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Google PlayStore Not Working on Android - Here's what you can do


Google Play Store is one of the most popular app markets available for all the Android device users. It acts as the best negotiator between the users and their preferred Android apps. The users can easily download and install their desired apps for free through this Play Store app store marketplace. If in case, you come across some issues with Play Store, you might look for the best solutions on the web. Most frequently, people encounter a problem as 'Play Store not working' error while using this marketplace. In such a situation, you need to look for the fix so that you can easily get out of that problem. In order to help you, we have come up with the best solutions to overcome the issue. There might be no specific reason or root cause behind the issue, but there are some workarounds provided below in this post. Have a look!


  1. Switch on Airplane Mode

If you switch on your device to airplane mode, it helps you in recovering the Google Play Store issue. It is pretty much simple to go on to airplane mode and you need not have to worry about the risk. However, we are not sure to how much extent this works, but for most of the people, it is the best fix for that particular not working error.


  1. Wipe out Play Store Cache Data

Cache data helps the users in lessening the mobile data usage and also boosts the loading time of your device while browsing for some data. Whenever you are seeking to access specific page, it directs you to that page very fast. But, due to massive data piling on that cache memory, your Play Store might struck. In order to overcome the issue, simply wipe out or clear the complete cache memory.


  1. Force Close Play Store

If you are unable to access Play Store due to not working error, you can forcibly close the Play Store app. In order to do so, you need to just navigate to Settings >> Apps >> apps >> all. You need to hit the option 'Force stop.'


  1. Uninstall Play Store Updates

Google Play Store is the pre-installed or default application that comes on every Android-powered device. You need to uninstall al the updates installed recently on your deice. This way you can fix the Play Store not working issue.


  1. Toggle Wi-Fi

As mentioned earlier in the first fix, you might have some issues with the Wi-Fi or internet connection. You can simply switch on and off your Wi-Fi so that your Google Play Store app runs perfect. Otherwise, you can also restart your router to make the app market work without any glitches.

  1. Date and Time Settings

Even after checking all the above solutions, if you are unable to solve the problem, just check your date and time settings. The issue might be due to the error at the server side i.e., problem with synchronization of date and time settings. So, check out your date/time settings.


These are some of the best solutions or fixes for Google Play Store not working error.

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