common-google-play-store-errors-how-to-fix-onandroid-part-3

Well, here is the last and final part of 45 Google Play Store Error Codes: How To Fix Them on Android that is Part III. In this last part, you are again going to learn about some more Google Play Store Error codes and how to solve them.

Also Read:

45 Google Play Store Error Codes: How To Fix Them on Android [Part I]

45 Google Play Store Error Codes: How To Fix Them on Android [Part II]

So, here we go…………

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 101

When you get this error code then, play store will display this error message “Can’t download app as there are too many currently installed”. It means that this error occurs when you try to install the app that is already installed on your device.

Solution

Fix error 101 is very simple, you have to just uninstall the old app and unused app and then re-install that particular app that you want.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 961

This is one of the errors that occur when users install Apps from Play Store.

Solution

If you have purchased the app, then first of all perform the refund process from the Play store that you can perform within 15 minutes of purchase. To perform this process you have to go to repayment option available in the Play Store.

After this:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play and tap on it
  • Now click on Clear Cache. If error still exists, then select Clear Data also
  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 944

This error occurs when there is issue in Google Play server or when it is down and you try to attempt to update app.

Solution

In order to solve error 941, you can wait for some time and attempt to update app later. Since, this is temporary problem from Google’ side, you have to just wait for some time, that’s all!

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 941

This error occurs when there is any kind of disturbance while updating the app.

Solution

To solve error 941, follow the below steps:

  • On your phone, go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Now look for Google Play Store and tap on it
  • Now click on Clear Data and Clear Cache

Follow the same process for Download Manager.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 940

This error occurs when apps are not downloadable.

Solution

To fix error 940, you can simply Switch OFF and Switch ON your Android device. If problem still exist then follow below steps:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All. Now look for Google Play Store and tap on it. Now click on Clear Cache and Clear Data
  • Go to Settings>Apps>All. Now look for Download Manager and tap on it. Now click on Clear Data and Clear Cache

Repeat the Same process for ‘Google Services Framework’, ‘Google Hangouts’, ‘Google Apps’, ‘Checking Service’ and Google hangouts. If problem exist then you may also Clear Data on Chrome.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 927

This error occurs when users try to install app when there is an update of Google Play is in process.

Solution

For fixing error 927, you have to just wait for Play Store to complete its up-dation process. Once, completed you can then try to download app. If issue still exists, then follow the below steps:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Service and tap on it
  • Now choose Clear Data and Force Stop

Follow the same process for Google Play Store App.

Wait a few minutes until the Google Play Store is completely upgraded. If the problem persists, go to Settings, then Apps, swipe to All and locate the Google Services. Tap on Clear data and then Force stop. Do the same with the Google Play Store application.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 924

This error occur when user download application with larger size. The app gets downloaded, but when you try to open it, it display error message “installation was unsuccessful do to an error”.

Solution

The solutions to resolve error 924 is mentioned below:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play Store and tap on it.
  • Now choose to Uninstall Updates
  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 923

This error occurs when users try to sync Google Account or when there is low cache memory.

Solution

Sing out from your Google Account and uninstall application that you do not use or do not want, so that it will free up some space. After this you have to reboot your phone in recovery mode. Once you enter in recovery mode select ‘wipe cache partition’ and then restart your device normally. You can now re-register your Google account.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 921

When this error occurs, then app will not get download.

Solution

Follow below steps to solve error 921:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play Store app and tap on it
  • Now choose Clear Cache

If problem still persists then, then remove all Apps downloaded from Google Play Store. Alternatively as last solution, delete Google account, reboot your device and re-register your account.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 920

When Android users get this error, then they may face problem in downloading the app from Play Store.

Solution

To solve error 920, follow the below solutions:

First solution is that you can delete your Google account and re-register it and then try to download the problem creating app. You may also use alternative Gmail id.

Alternatively, you may follow the below steps:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play Store and tap on it
  • Now choose Clear Cache and Uninstall Updates

Reboot/Restart your phone and then try to download the app that was creating problem.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 919

You will encounter this error when are successfully able to download an app, but when you try to launch the app, then it won’t get open.

Solution

Solving error 919 is very easy and simple. The app doesn’t launch because there is no/low space on your device. Hence, you can uninstall the app that you do not use and you can also delete unwanted files to free up some space.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 911

Even in this error also, the app is not downloadable and give error 911.

Solution

You can follow below mentioned solutions:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Services and tap on it
  • Now click on Clear Data

If you are using Wi-Fi for downloading app, then Turn OFF and Turn it and then try. You can also try another Wi-Fi network.

If problem still persists, then Turn OFF Wi-Fi network and turn ON mobile data and then try to download app.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 907

The error 907 and 963 occur when users try to download app or update existing app. Also note that this error re mostly found in HTC model One M8 and M9.

Solution

To fix error code 906, follow the below steps:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play Store and tap on it
  • Now choose Clear Data and Clear Cache
  • If it not works then also choose Uninstall Updates

If problem still exists then remove your SD card and then try to install the app.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 906

This error is similar to Error 907.

Solution

It can be fixed in the similar way as fixing error 907.

  1. Google Play Store Error – Error 905

This error occurs when there is problem to download app or update existing app properly.

Solution

In order to fix Play Store error 905, you can follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Go to Settings>Apps>All
  • Look for Google Play Store and tap on it
  • Select on Uninstall Updates and wait for un-installation process to complete
  • Now re-install and restart the Google Play Store

Conclusion

So these are some common Google Play Store errors and their solutions. If you are getting any of the mentioned error then you can easily solve them by performing the solutions mentioned. However, while performing some of the process, you have to be careful as you may face data loss. Hence, it is suggested that you must backup your data, if forget to take backup then you can always use Android Data Recovery Software to restore your lost/deleted or missing data.

45 Google Play Store Error Codes: How To Fix Them on Android [Part III]