Why is Google Play Store Not Working and Responding?
The bad part is that sometimes older data can pile up, and it can also misbehave. This is why it's good to clear cache from time to time. To wipe the Google Play Store cache memory, just head over to your Settings and select the “Apps” option. From there, simply look for Google Play Store and tap on it.
Why my download is pending in Play Store?
Try going to Settings>Apps>All, select Google Play Store, and Clear Cache/Clear Data, then Force Stop. Do the same for Download Manager. Now try again. If that doesn't work, try going to Settings>Accounts-Google, select your Google account, and remove it completely from the phone.
Why is my Google Play services not working?
Go to Settings > Apps. Scroll to All apps and then scroll down to “Google Play Services” app. Open the app details and tap on the “Force stop” button. Solution 3 – Clear the Google Services Framework cache.
How do you fix Google Play store?
- Go to Settings > Apps or Application Manager.
- Scroll across to All and then down to the Google Play Store app.
- Open the app details and tap the Force stop button.
- Next tap on the Clear data button.
How do I reinstall Google Play store?
Step 4: Use a file manager and install the Google Play Store
- Open your file browser and navigate to wherever you downloaded the Google Play Store APK.
- Once you find the APK, click on it.
- On the next screen, read over any permission changes (there usually aren't any) and then click install.
What causes Google Play store to stop working?
If clearing the cache and data in your Google Play Store didn't work then you may need to go into your Google Play Services and clear the data and cache there. Doing this is easy. You need to go into your Settings and hit Application manager or Apps. From there, find the Google Play Services app (the puzzle piece).