Google PLAY Store not working?

There's no definite manual for fixing the Google Play Store, but we have put together a set of tips and tricks that will most likely get your precious app store up and running again.

In case any of the next advices do not work, remember thatyou have a downloader button to install Google PLAY in case you just uninstalled it:

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What will happen when you click "Download" button?

  • You will be redirected to an external website to complete the emulator download.
  • If you encounter any issues with your download, please report them here.

Before you go through a bunch of steps attempting to fix a problem, make sure the problem isn’t with Google itself. The best way to do this is to head somewhere like the Down Detector to see if others are reporting issues. If enough people are claiming similar problems, it could be a temporary server issue that will fix itself with just a little patience.

>> Click here if the external download website does not launch automatically <<

Sometimes a simple force close is all you need! You can do this by simply swiping away the Google Play Store on your multi-tasking app switcher. Or you could go to Settings > Apps > All and then access the Google Play Store and hit “Force stop.”

Just like with Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi could be the issue. Not to mention, your network may very well be having simple connection issues! Toggle Wi-Fi on and off, and play around with the Google Play Store for a few. It just might help.

Once you have downloaded the application…

I am no expert, but I have fixed a Wi-Fi issue or two by simply restarting my router. It may not always make sense, but give it a try and you just might affect the Wi-Fi magic enough to get things working again.

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ike in the good ol’ days, modern electronics sometimes just need a smack to work properly. OK, maybe not an actual smack, but you do need to put everything back in place, and sometimes a simple reboot will do. This will take a minute or two and very often fixes problems.

Once you have tried every possible fix…

Just Uninstall it! If all fails, your best bet would probably be to uninstall the Google Play Store. The only trick is that this is a system app and you really can’t just get rid of it. What you can do is uninstall the updates, taking the application to an older version. You can update it again afterwards, so don’t worry — this is a safe procedure.