Google Play Store allows Android users to easily download and update their favorite apps whenever they want. It’s a great service provided by Google, as you can use it to search for any app that you need in no time and you can quickly install it on your phone or tablet. Unfortunately, though, you may sometimes encounter some errors when trying to use the Play Store. Let’s take a look at which errors are the most common and what you can do to fix them.
In case you receive this error code while using the Google Play Store, there could be a problem with your Wi-Fi connection. What you need to do in order to fix this error is to clear the cache.
This error basically tells you that the Google servers are currently experiencing some connectivity issues, so all you can do in this case is to wait until the problem gets fixed.
If you see this error while using the Play Store, you have to remove the cache from the application. That will fix the issue right away.
Errors 101, 919, 921, 923
Whenever you get one of these error codes it means that your Android device is running out of space. This is something that you can fix easily, by simply trying to remove some files from your phone or tablet.
This error code tells you that for some reason you cannot download or update any apps, due to some technical problems. In this situation you will need to remove and then re-add your Google account to the device.
You might also encounter situations when the Google Play Store will stop responding and then crash. In this case, you will have to force the app to close. This can be done by going to Settings -> Apps -> All and then selecting the Google Play Store and the Force Stop now option.
On some occasions, removing the SD card from your device and inserting it back could fix various errors with the Google Play Store. It has been also reported that switching on and off the airplane mode on devices might help fix some issues as well.
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