How to fix Google Play errors when installing and updating apps

Have you ever encountered errors that pop up when installing or updating apps on Google Play? Nothing, it’s only a matter of time! If you run into unforeseen difficulties one day, do not give up. Take a look at our guide to fighting common mistakes!


No one can guarantee that the recommendations will help you get rid of installation problems. Moreover, unconscious actions can harm both your smartphone and personal data stored in it. I strongly recommend not to go into the water without knowing the ford. Although, by and large, nothing “criminal” you do not have to do. Go.

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Delete your Google Account. To do this, go to your smartphone settings, scroll to your accounts (accounts), sign in to your Google profile and delete it. Reboot your smartphone and reconnect your account. Then go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find “Google Play Services”, click “Clear data” and “Stop”.

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The problem is that the device cache is full. Delete unnecessary applications and files. Reboot the smartphone in the Recovery mode – press the Volume down key and Home (on most Samsung devices) or the audio and power down key (on most other devices) at the same time. This mode offers a number of options. Choose “Wipe cache partition “using the sound control keys and confirm the action by pressing the power key.

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Solution 1. Your smartphone does not have free space. Get rid of unnecessary music, video and large-scale applications.
Solution 2: Change the APN settings.

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If you use a proxy server, remember that this can cause problems with the Google Play Store.

Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find “Google Play Services”, click “Clear Data” and “Stop”. Do the same for the Google Play Store app and clear the Internet browser cache.

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Delete your Google account and get rid of unnecessary applications that clog your free space. Then restart the phone in R modeecovery. Select “Wipe cache partition” and load the device in the usual way. Do not worry, your personal data will not be deleted. Set up your Google Account again.

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Try uninstalling the Google Play Store app cache. If this maneuver does not work, delete all data from the Google Play Store app, but keep in mind that this action will remove all previously set up settings. As a last resort, delete your Google Account, reboot the device, and then reconnect it.

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Typically, this error involves using two Google accounts to purchase applications on one device.

Connect to the Google Play Store from a valid account. Delete the problem application. Try installing the application again by clicking the “Buy” button.

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Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find “Google Play Services”, click “Clear Data” and “Stop”. Do the same for the Google Play Store app. If the problem persists, remove the dalvik-cache. This feature is available in Recovery mode if ROOT rights are present. If you do not have superuser privileges, you need to execute data wipe / factory reset. This option is available to everyone all in the same Recovery mode. Be careful, this action will clear all your data on the smartphone, you must first save the backup copy of the information.

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Just wait a couple of minutes for the Google Play Store to complete the upgrade process. If the problem persists, go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find “Google Play Services”, click “Clear Data” and “Stop”. Do the same for the Google Play Store app.

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The banal removal of unnecessary applications should help. If not, please clear the Google Play Store data, delete your Google Account, and sign in again.

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Delete the current Google Account and use a different one.

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Solution 1: Clear the Google Play Store data. Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Stop”, “Clear data” and “Clear cache”.

Solution 2: If you use a WiFi connection that requires authorization on a web page, it’s likely that the authentication option has been exhausted. Log in to APN using your mobile browser again. Open the Google Play Store and run the app update again. If this did not work, the problem lies in the WiFi network itself.

Solution 3. Just connect to another WiFi network and run the update.

Method 4: Use the cellular network to update instead of WiFi. But use this method only to update small games and applications. Major updates can hit your pocket.

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Solution 1. Turn off WiFi. Turn on WiFi. Open the Google Play Store app and start the installation or update the application.

Solution 2: Delete your Google Account. Reboot the phone and log in again. Alternatively, you can add another Google account, launch the app store and download the application.

Solution 3: Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, remove the updates, click “Clear Data” and “Clear the cache”, restart your smartphone. Open the Market and install the applications.

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Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Stop”, “Clear data” and “Clear the cache.” Also, clear the cache and delete the boot manager data. Open the Market and try to upgrade. If the problem persists, please try to uninstall the Google Play Store updates.

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Solution 1. Go to settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Clear data” and “Clear the cache.” Repeat the steps for “Google service framework. “

Solution 2: Delete your Google Account. Stop, delete data and cache for the Google Play Store, Google service framework and the Download Manager. Add a Google account and restart your smartphone.

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Solution 1. Go to settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Clear data” and “Clear the cache.” Repeat the steps for “Google service framework. ” Try installing updates. If the error still pops up, try uninstalling the Google Play Store updates first.

Solution 2: Delete your Google Account. Stop, delete data and cache for the Google Play Store, Google service framework and the Download Manager. Add a Google account and restart your smartphone.

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Solution 1. Go to settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Clear data” and “Clear the cache.” Repeat the steps for “Google service framework. ” Try installing updates.

Solution 2: Delete your Google Account. Stop, delete data and cache for the Google Play Store, Google service framework, and Download Manager. Add a Google account and restart your smartphone.

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Solution 1. Go to the settings, go to the application menu, click on the “All” tab, find the “Google Play Store”, click “Delete Updates” and “Clear the Cache”. Delete the cache and data for the Google service framework and Download Manager. Try installing updates.

Solution 2: Delete your Google Account. Stop, delete data and cache for the Google Play Store, Google service framework and the Download Manager. Add a Google account and restart your smartphone.

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Solution 1 (requires ROOT). Install the file manager, for example, ROOT Manager. In the internal memory, go to the android / data / com.whatsapp folder and delete it. Install whatsapp from the Google Play Store.

Solution 2: Install the Cleanmaster. Remove Whatsapp. Delete the residual files with Cleanmaster.

Solution 3: Back up the applications and data stored on your smartphone and reset the device to factory settings.

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Solution 1. Find the application in the device settings and delete its cache and data.

Solution 2: Install the application using the Google Play Store web interface.

Solution 3. Disable WiFi and install updates using the mobile Internet.

Solution 4: Delete the cache and data from the Google Play Store and the Google service framework. Try to upgrade. If it does not work, delete your Google account. Reboot your smartphone and log back in to your Google account.

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Solution 1: Uninstall the application and reinstall it.

Solution 2: Clear the Google Play Store cache.

Solution 3: Uninstall the Google Play Store updates.

Solution 4: Disconnect the SD card before installing the application.

Solution 5. Delete the .android_secure folder.

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Delete your Google Account. Delete all synced accounts. Clear the Google Play Store data. Reboot your smartphone.

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Delete your Google Account. Add it again or connect another profile.

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