Solution You need a root manager to solve this one. In that folder, locate the package name of the app causing trouble this can be found by looking at the URL of the app on the Play Store website. Delete the entire folder. Try reinstalling the app. Google Play - Error Can't download app as there are too many currently installed. Solution Uninstall old and unused apps. Clearly, the Play Store tent installation, but can not.
Suddenly, the error occurs and recurs on all your other devices, including those that are compatible — what a nightmare. Solution Generally, you have nothing to do on your side since this error will solve itself after a few hours. The cause of the problem? An application signature concern.
Google Play - Error The application cannot be installed. If the problem persists, try downloading the app from the Play Store website. For the best Google Play experience, make sure you have the latest version installed. This usually happens when two Google accounts are used to buy applications on one device. Uninstall the application in question. Try to get the app from Google Play again and click the purchase button. Next, select Clear search history. Fourth solution 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. Google Play Error - Problem Apps cannot be downloaded. Solution A classic clearing of the cache will hopefully do the trick. Otherwise, try again on a different network connection. Google Play - Error Problem Downloading applications or updates is impossible.
If you use a proxy, remember that it may cause problems with the operation of the Google Play Store. 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. Solution Remove your account and login in with an alternate account. Google Play - Error Downloads and updates impossible. Solution Remove your Google account by going to the Settings for your device, then Accounts and Google.
Reboot your Android and add the account once again. Scroll down to Google Services, then click Clear data and finally Force stop. Wiping your cache partition is a solution to many problems on Android. Here, select Clear data and then Force stop. Do the same on the Google Play Store app. If the problem is not solved, try deleting the Dalvik cache.
To do this, enter the custom recovery mode only if you have root. This option applies to all users and can be done in recovery mode. Beware, it will wipe your data so make sure you have backed up everything you wish to keep.
Second solution Disable your SD card, if you have one. Third solution If your phone is rooted, you can delete the app's APK and reinstall it. Solution The problem is that the cache of your device is full.
Delete unneeded applications and files. This mode provides a few more options. Confirm using the power button. Solution To fix it, you must go to the Settings, then open these two applications: Google Play - Error App could not be downloaded due to an error. First solution The usual, please: Second solution Try removing your GMail account Google Play - Error Two or more apps with duplicate permissions Solution You need to find out what app has the same permissions as the one you're trying to install and uninstall the problem app.
The tool should present a window alerting you to which app is producing the conflict. This is the app you need to uninstall. Solution With problems downloading and installing the application, you must clear the cache and data of the Play Store app. If that does not work, uninstall the updates.
If the problem persists, you probably have your app on an external card to transfer it to the internal memory. Google Play — Error This problem is identical to Error Here, select Clear data. Second solution If you're on Wi-Fi connection requiring a web page login, ensure you are still logged in.
Third solution Try another Wi-Fi network. Fourth solution Switch from Wi-Fi to mobile network data services. Only do this if you are comfortable using up data on your mobile plan. Solution There is simply no more space on your Android. Some problems can be fixed by clearing the cache and the data from the Google Play Store app.
First solution Turn your Wi-Fi off and back on again, and then try to download or update the app in question. You could also try using an alternative account. Turning your Wi-Fi off and using mobile data can sometimes be an effective solution. Solution Try deleting the cache of the Google Play Store application. As a last resort, remove your Google account, restart the device and enter it again.
For some Play Store problems, you need to remove and reinstate your Google Account. Solution Remove your Google account and delete any useless applications that are taking up space. Next, reboot your device in recovery mode. Select Wipe cache partition and start your device as usual. Set up your Google account once again.
Wiping the cache partition can solve the problem caused by insufficient cache memory. Once you've done this, try downloading the problem app again. Uninstalling updates to the Play Store might solve Error Solution Wait a few minutes until the Google Play Store is completely upgraded. Tap on Clear data and then Force stop. Do the same with the Google Play Store application.
Before resorting to a factory reset, make sure you try all other solutions first. You will also need to back up your data beforehand. If this doesn't work follow these steps: Some users report needing to clear the data on Chrome. Google Play - Error Interruption during update. Try the update again. Clearing the cache and data for the Play Store will fix many common problems.
Solution Try updating the app later. It appears to be a temporary problem on Google's end, so will just have to wait it out. Solution First, get a refund from the Play Store, which you can do within 15 minutes of purchasing. To do this, select the repayment option in the Play Store. Now scroll down to Google Play and choose it. Third solution Disable your SD memory card. Head back to the Play Store and try downloading or updating the app again.
Fourth solution Move the app to your device's internal memory. Head back to the Play Store, try downloading or updating the app again, and if it works, move it back to the SD card. It prevents you from installing an app after downloading it. Solution Wiko recently fixed this problem with its V30 update. If you're seeing this error on your Wiko phone, try to manually update using the instructions on the official Wiko site.