Google Play – Error 20
This problem occurs when installing or updating an Android app.
To fix this error, you should be rooted because you need to access a file called 'smd2tmp1' located in / mnt / secure / asec / directory. When your mobile device has root, you can delete this folder to permanently fix the problem.
There is another solution if you don't want to root your device. Delete the file / data / data of the application causing the problems. Use the file explorer to access the folder. For this, I suggest you check out the best file managers for Android article.
Also check how Android is rooted: full guide
Google Play – Error-24
To solve this, you need a root administrator. If you have one, go to Data / data . In this folder, find the app's causing package name (this can be found by looking at the app's URL on the Play Store website). Delete the entire folder. Try reinstalling the app.
Google Play – Error 101
A large number of applications currently installed cannot be downloaded.
Uninstall old and unused apps.
Google Play – Error 103
This is a mysterious problem and Google Play thinks an application is compatible with a device, but it does not. Obviously, the Play Store tent setup, however, cannot. Suddenly, the error 103 occurs and repeats on all your other devices, including compatible ones - what a nightmare.
Usually, you do nothing with you since this error resolves itself after a few hours. The cause of the problem? An app signature concern. If you have developer knowledge, you can try to resolve the application by re-signing with the JDK tool 1.6+ version. If the error persists for more than 48 hours, contact Google Support.
Google Play – Error 110
The application cannot be installed.
Go to Settings> Applications> All> Google Play Store> Clear cache. If the problem persists, try downloading the app from the Play Store website.
Google Play – Error 194
This error happens when you try to download games or apps from the Google Play Store.
A fix for this issue is clearing cache data for Google Play Services and Google Play Store.
Go to Settings> Applications or Application Manager
Come across all and then go down to Google Play Store app.
Open the app details and tap the Force stop button.
Tap next to the Clear data button.
Now repeat the above process, but replace the Google Play Store with Google Play Services in the second step and then try downloading again.
If this doesn't work, don't worry, the problem is resolved and a fix is distributed in the next version of the Play Store app. Make sure you have the latest Google Play Store APK and you should experience this error again.
For the best Google Play experience, make sure you have the latest version installed. / © AndroidPIT
Google Play Error - 403
The download is impossible and the request is 'forbidden'. This usually happens when two Google accounts are used to purchase apps on a single device.
Go to the Google Play Store with the right Google account. Uninstall the app in question. Try to get the app again from Google Play and click the purchase button.
Enter the settings to clear the proxy you can set, then select Wireless and Networks (or More Networks ) and then Mobile Network . Select APN , which means Access Point Name and press Clear Proxy Option You can always reload the proxy.
Go to Settings > More networks > Mobile networks > APN, and hit the Clear proxy option. / © AndroidPIT
The third solution
Another solution would be to delete all your search history that you can do in the Play Store by selecting the Settings button. Then select Clear search history .
The fourth solution
Try creating a new Google account and using the Play Store instead. Go to Google Play and select the menu button again. Then select Accounts and choose New Gmail account . Then install the app again.
Google Play Error - 406
Applications cannot be downloaded. This particular error can occur if you reset the Google account you used to register your phone, reset your device to factory settings, or register a new account on your phone.
I will hopefully cache a classic swap. Go to Settings> Applications> All> Google Play Store> Clear cache.
Otherwise, try again on a different network connection.
Google Play – Error 413
It is impossible to download apps or updates. Note that if you are using a proxy, it may cause problems in the functioning of the Google Play Store.
In the Settings section, you can find Applications (or Application manager), then Swipe to All . Go 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.
Google Play – Error 481
There is an error in your Google Play Store account.
Remove your account and log in with an alternative account.
Google Play – Error 491
Downloading and updating is impossible.
Remove your Google account by going to your device's Settings , Accounts and Google . Remove the account . Restart your Android and add the account one more time. Then, in the Settings section, go to Apps and swipe to All . Go to Google Services , then click on Clear data and finally Force stop .
Wiping your cache partition is a solution to many problems on Android. / © AndroidPIT