Rid Yourself of Annoying Play Store Errors
The Google Play Store is home to countless numbers of apps. Inside, there are hundreds of thousands of applications divided into many different categories. Most of us use it practically daily to install new software onto our devices or get updates for our favorite applications and games.
The Play Store can bring lots of fun, as well a lot of frustration when enigmatic error messages appear. Error 491 or 498 is just a number, and doesn’t really tell you how to fix the problem. But surely, someone on the Internet has already faced the same issue and posted a solution. These solutions are then spread across the web, including the XDA forums.
XDA Senior Member mohamedrashad decided to put an end to this fragmentation, and he gathered together all information regarding Play Store errors and pieced them into one thread. The errors are explained, and mohamedrashad even provides possible fixes for all found errors. The list isn’t short, covering eleven various inconveniences such as a lack of storage space and Dalvik cache problems.
If you have been or are currently facing some issues with the Play Store, head over to the original thread and give the proposed solutions a shot.
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