How To Fix Google Play Store Errors

Google Play Store might be the only reason, why Android OS is on the Top of every other OS in the market. More than 83 Companies are using Android as the Primary OS  in their devices. But like any other app, Google Play Store has some errors, that occurs rarely but once occurred they cause panic among the users. There is no reason to fret at the moment, but not all of the errors are that serious, you know some are because of recent activity of the app, which can be solved by a little patience. Today we will Tell you some of the Main errors of Google Play Store, what is the reason, Problems and how you can solve them.

Error 491

Google Play – Error 491:

The main Problem you will experience after this error is that you can’t Download or Update anything using Google Play Store, you’ll need to download and install these apps Manualy, using Apk files.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Go To Settings > Accounts.
  2. Remove your Google Account.
  3. Restart the Device and Add the same account again.
  4. Once again go to Settings > Apps.
  5. Go to All Apps Tab and Locate Google Play Services.
  6. Tap it and Clear Data and then Force Stop.

Google Play – Error 919:

The main Problem you will experience after this error is that you will be able to download apps, but they won’t work after the Downlaod.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

Clear some space on your device, that is all.

Google Play – Error 498:

The main Problem you will experience after this error is that your downloads will be interrupted.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Go To Recovery Mode of your Device. (Volume Up + Home + Power For Samsung devices, For all others Volume Down + Power Button)
  2. Highlight the Wipe Cache Option and use Power Button to Select it.
  3. Confirm the Operation on the Next screen and Reboot the device.

Google Play – Error 413:

The main Problem you will experience after this error is that you can’t Download or Update anything using Google Play Store.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Go to Settings > Apps.
  2. Go to All Apps Tab and Locate Google Play Services.
  3. Tap it and Clear Data and then Force Stop.
  4. Do the Same with Google Play Store
  5. Clear the Cache and From your Internet Browser too.

Google Play – Error 921:

The main Problem you will experience after this error is that you can’t Download any app at all.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Try deleting the Cache of Google Play Store application.
  2. If that doesn’t work, delete the Play Store Application Data.
  3. If still nothing, Remove your Google Account, restart the device and Add it again.

Google Play – Error 403:

The Downloading will be Impossible, this usually happens because Two Google Accounts are used to Purchase Appliactions.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Open Google Play Store using the correct account.
  2. Uninstall the Application in Question.
  3. Again try to download the app from Google Play store.

Google Play – Error 492

Devlik Cache is the Main problem here, you can’t install an Application because if that.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Go to Settings > Apps.
  2. Go to All Apps Tab and Locate Google Play Services.
  3. Tap it and Clear Data and then Force Stop.
  4. Do the Same with Google Play Store
  5. If still the problem occurs, Clear the Devlik Cache using Recovery Mode

Google Play – Error 927:

You won’t be able to download any App, because the Update of Google Play Store is in Progress.

Here Is How You Can Solve It:

  1. Wait for some Minutes, to see whether the update is over or not.
  2. If the problem still occurs, Clear the Data of Google Services and Force stop them.
  3. Do the Same with Google Play Store application

So, here they are folks, if you encountered any other Error do share with us, we might be able to provide you the solution.

Source: AndroidPit


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