MANY PEOPLE ARE FACING THIS PROBLEM WHERE THEY GET ANNOYING ANR PROMPTS IN ANDROID PHONES - GOOGLE PLAY STOPPED WORKING, UNKNOWN ERROR WITH GOOGLE PLAY SERVICES, ETC.,
So, This Thread is Dedicated to All Possible Solutions to this Google Play Store problems when things just aren't working.
1. Empty the cache
-- In most cases, you just need to empty the cache of the Play Store app. In order to empty the Play Store cache, you just need to open the settings and find the Apps section. Now choose ‘All’ and find the Google Play Store. Tap on it and press on the ‘Empty Cache’ button. Now when you open Google Play, it should run as before.
2. Delete data
If the first tip didn’t work, then you can try deleting the data from the Play Store. The option is again found by following the same route as above, but this time you tap on ‘Delete Data’.
3. Uninstall Play Store updates
Sometimes an update will get Google Play in kind of an error, so it makes sense to uninstall an update, which you do by going into the Settings, search for Google Play Store and press the button that says ‘Uninstall Updates
This will revert Google Play back to the original version (as it appeared when it was first installed on your device), so you may want to then search for the second newest Play Store version and update to that.
4. Google Play Services
Emptying the cache for Google Play Services could do the trick. Go to the application manager in your settings, look for Google Play Services and press the ‘Empty Cache’ button.
5. Check Download Manager
Google Play won’t work anymore, If you recently Turned off Download Manager. Go to Settings, then App Manager (or equivalent) and head to the All apps tab. Search for Download Manager and tap on the activate button.
6. Remove Google account and reinstate
Go back into the settings of your phone, ‘Accounts’ and choose Google and select the Google account that you use for Google Play. Choose ‘Remove Account’. reboot your smartphone. Reinstate your Google account once it has completely loaded by going through Settings > Accounts > Add Account > Google.
7. Delete hosts file (*Rooted Users)
* Google Play Store won't Load Problem
Now When all the Above Methods Doesn't Work, This method I personally think will definitely work. Just modify your Hosts file for a quick fix.
I- LUCKY PATCHER METHOD
-- Download and Install Lucky Patcher
(Requires Root) (Ask for Latest apk)
-- Open it and Go to Toolbox
-- Remove Ads>Select Clear Hosts.
-- Reboot Device.
-- Download Root Explorer by Gprshub.com from here:
(Size: 2.38 MB / Downloads: 28)
-- Turn off Data connection/wifi.
-- Open Root Explorer and Navigate to /etc/hosts
-- Use any text editor to clear all the content of hosts file.
-- Save the file. Exit and restart your device.
8. Factory Data Reset
Go to your Settings, then ‘Backup and Reset’ and select ‘Factory Data Reset’. Once the process is complete, you can set it up again as before and restore the backup.
We Hope, Your Problem is Solved by any of the Above methods. Please Comment below with the method which helped you.
THANKS TO: coolmantosh
(For Testing the methods)
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