Stop play store from updating

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On the dark side, many Android users frequently complain about receiving different weird errors while trying to install apps from Google Play Store.

I’ve included both resources for looking up error codes, as well as some fixes for commonly seen codes that a simple cache wipe won’t resolve. You don’t need to use all of these simultaneously — just try one and see if it fixes the problem. The four fixes are: Stop the app and then wipe the Store’s cache and/or data; switch from a data connection to Wi Fi; Uninstall and Reinstall the Play Store (requires root privileges); refresh your Google Account.).

So, without any further ado, let’s see how to fix Google Play Store errors on Android devices.

The Google play store errors can either be identified using the unique error code or the error message.

The Google Play Store relies on other processes that runs silently in the background.

Whenever you wipe the Google Play Store, it’s also a good idea to do the same with Google Services and Google Framework Services.

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