How to Solve Various Type of Google Play Store Errors?
Most of the time we face errors in Play Store that is when we downloading the apps from the store. here are some error details with solving solutions. it may help you one day.
The Error is – Error- 504
The app could not be downloaded due to an error.
Solution 1 –
The usual, please: go to Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store and Clear cache and Clear data. Also Clear cache and Clear data for Google Services Framework.
Remove your GMail account once and add again
The error is -Error- 501
–If you can’t open the Google Play Store or perform downloads, then surely you have the 501 error
You must go to the Settings, open these two applications: Google Play Services and Play Store – then you have to tap Clear Cache. Once you have done this, go into Accounts and delete your Google Account. Then restart your phone, input and synchronize your Google account again, then let your phone sit for five minutes without touching it. After these five minutes are over, the 501 error should not bother you anymore.
The error is – Error- 413
–Downloading applications or updates are impossible. If you use a proxy, remember that it may cause problems with the operation of the Google Play Store
In Settings, find Apps (or Application manager), then swipe to All. Scroll down to Google Services and tap on Clear data and then Force stop. Do the same with the Google Play Store app and clear the cache from your internet browser.
The error is – Error- 498
–Interruption of downloads from the Google Play Store.
The problem is that the cache of your device is full. Delete applications and files which are not needed. Restart your smartphone in recovery mode by pressing the volume down, power and home buttons (for Samsung devices), or volume down and power (for most other devices).
This mode provides a few more options. Select Wipe cache partition by navigating between options with the volume rocker. Confirm using the power button.
The error is- Error- 497
–Difficulty updating installed apps
Clear out your Play Store data. Go to Settings > Applications > All > Google Play Store and clear cache, Clear data and Uninstall updates.
Disable your SD card, if you have one. Go to Settings > Storage > Unmount SD card.
If your phone is rooted, you can delete the app’s APK and reinstall it. To do so, open up Root Explorer, or a similar application, and navigate to System/app > Mount R / W > Delete application. Or you can play it safe and rename the offending APK to something like GoogleSearch.apk.backup, so you can revert it if anything goes wrong.
the error is – Error – 403
– The download is impossible and the request is ‘forbidden’. This usually happens when two Google accounts are used to buy applications on one device.
Go the Google Play Store with the correct Google account. Uninstall the application in question. Try to get the app from Google Play again and click the purchase button.
Clear the proxy you have possibly set up, by going into the Settings, then choose Wireless and Networks (or More networks) and then Mobile Network. Select APN, which stands for Access Point Name and hit Clear Proxy Option. You can always reinstate the proxy afterward.
Another solution would be to erase your entire search history which you can do in the Play Store itself by choosing the Settings button. Next, select Clear search history.
Try creating a new Google account and using it instead for the Play Store. Go to the Google Play, and select the menu button again. Then select Accounts and choose the New Gmail account. Then reinstall the app.
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