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How To Fix The Server Error in the Google Play Store

How To Fix The Server Error in the Google Play Store

Of course, there are other methods without using the Play Store, but the ease and security that the Google Play Store offers are far beyond any other alternative. The Google Play Store is pre-installed on almost all Android phones, except in countries where Google services are banned such as China, Myanmar, etc.

 

The most useful application on any Android phone is the Google Play Store, Questions? The Google store download other applications for our devices. Of course, there are other methods without using the Play Store, but the ease and security that the Google Play Store offers are far beyond any other alternative.

The Google Play Store is pre-installed on almost all Android phones, except in countries where Google services are banned such as China, Myanmar, etc. Over the years, the Google Play Store has improved a lot, but nothing is perfect.

Like other applications, the Google Play Store also generates several types of errors from time to time. Although most of these errors are the user’s fault.

An error that usually appears on the Google Play Store is “Server error” with a Retry button (as shown in the image above). So, what to do in this case when you see that pressing the Repeat button several times does not solve the problem.

Look no further, follow the instructions below and the server error should disappear as quickly as it appeared.

Check your internet connection

Usually, the Google Play Store throws the “server error” when the internet is not accessible on your device. If they are on a Wi-Fi network, check that your Wi-Fi network is working properly.

Start Chrome on your device and open any webpage. If the webpage also doesn’t open, something is wrong with the internet connection. They should switch to mobile data to see if it fixes the problem.

Likewise, if they are on mobile data, first check if the internet is working or not. If the mobile data is not working, switch to Wi-Fi. Basically, this fix involves checking the internet connection on the Android device, as it is the main reason for the server error in the Play Store application.

Restart the phone

Stop what you are doing and restart your phone. Restarting the phone is very useful for many problems and you should always try whatever the problem with the device is.

Clear your Google Play Store cache and data

  1. Open Device Settings followed by the application / Application manager.
  2. Scroll down and touch “Google Play Store”.
  3. Touch “Storage” on the next screen.
  4. Touch Clear Data, followed by Clear cache.
  5. Restart your device.

Force Stop Google Play Store

  1. Open Device Settings followed by the application / Application manager.
  2. Scroll down and touch “Google Play Store”.
  3. Touch the “Force Stop” button.
  4. Go back and open the Google Play Store again.

Remove your Google account from your phone

To remove the Google account from your phone and add it again, follow the steps:

  1. Go to the Settings device followed by Accounts.
  2. In accounts, select Google.
  3. Select the account name linked to the Google Play Store.
  4. On the next screen, tap the menu or three dots in the upper right corner and select “Remove account” .
  5. After removing the account, clear data and cache for the Google Play Store as mentioned above.
  6. Restart your device.
  7. Now, go to Accounts, then Google, add your Google account back.
  8. Then, start the Google Play Store. It should open normally.

Uninstall Play Store updates

  1. Open Device Settings followed by the application / Application manager.
  2. Scroll down and touch “Google Play Store”.
  3. Touch the “Disable” button.
  4. A pop-up will ask for your confirmation, tap Disable on the pop-up.
  5. After removing all recent updates, the “Disable” button will be replaced with “Enable”, select it.
  6. Please allow time for the Google Play Store to automatically update to the latest stable version. Open Google Play Store and the “Server error” should be gone.

Change language to English (United States)

Another fix that the user can try is to change the system language to English. To do this, follow the steps:

  1. Open device Settings followed by Language and input.
  2. Language and select English (United States).
  3. Go back and open the Play Store.

We hope your problem has been resolved. If so, give us a little love in the comments below, if not, share your problem in detail in the comments below.

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