Sometimes Android users face “Error Code 110”. The error mostly occurs while updating or installing Google Play apps. That might happen for OS incompatibility. Mostly “Error 110” arises either a device has updated OS or recently installed the custom firmware (LineageOS or MIUI). At the same time, tablet users face the issue more frequently than Android smartphones owners.
Recently many users complain about Google Play failure on their smartphones. They can’t download games and other apps. For example, this issue is pretty often when trying to download YouTube app from Google Play Store. Incidentally the message appears on Android device screen: “YouTube can’t be installed. Try again, and if the problem continues, get help troubleshooting. (Error Code: 910)”.
Recently several of our readers encountered the following problem: they were not able to make a purchase with a credit card on Google Play Store. Instead of a successful transaction, the message “An unexpected error has occurred. Please try again later. Error code: [OR-IEH-01]” appeared in the screen. Moreover, some users have failed at the stage of adding a credit card to Google Payments, while others have faced the similar error trying to make a payment from an already added card.
Recently many Android users have complained for when trying to buy any app in Google Play Store or to make an in-app purchase using direct carrier billing (DCB) their smartphones had shown the error massage: “Your account isn\’t eligible for mobile payment service. Call your mobile operator. [OR-DVASA2-02]”. Today we decided to work out possible causes of this error and to suggest a couple of ways to fix it.
February brought an unpleasant surprise for Android users. In the beginning of the month many users faced a problem when they tried to download an app from Google Play Store. Instead of an anticipated routine process the error message “The app can\’t be downloaded. Try again, and if the problem continues, get help troubleshooting (Error code: 404)” appeared in their screens. Following this instruction and making another try ended with no result.
Probably you have already known that a lot of universities in the US provide Google accounts to their employees and the university students. It is pretty convenient. This practice promises some benefits. The most important is having .edu mail is guaranteed to get educational and organizational process information in time. However there will always be some limitations. In particular, when a user tries to get an application or a game from Google Play Store he faces the error message: “Your Google account isn\’t authorized to use Google Payments. Please contact your organization\’s Google Apps administrator. [OR-DDUH-01]”.
Have you ever faced the issue when trying to download an app from Google Play the service just failed to run and the message “Device is not certified by Google” appeared in the screen? If it’s so this article is for you. We will explain why malfunction arises, whether certification lack causes problems, and show a safe way to fix this issue.
Recently many users have frequently faced a new issue while downloading or updating applications from Google Play Store: “The app can\’t be downloaded. Try again, and if the problem continues, get help troubleshooting (Error code: 0)”. The thing is that many previous Google Play Store issues could be successful fixed by clearing Cache and Data. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The root of the problem turns out to be independent of the cache. It has another source.
A great number of users reported that a problem arose while downloading apps from Google Play. To be more specific, when they try to download something the client says “Download Pending”. Surely, it will not be a great deal if the message says the truth. That is, the app in question would be actually pending to be downloaded. Unfortunately, the pending error might occur in case when no downloads are in progress.
Recently many Android users have unexpectedly experienced a funny sort of situation. When trying to download an app from Google Play Store a usual image onscreen displays “Downloading” with a slider showing the downloading process. At the same time the message “Waiting for Wi-Fi” appears on the right. Actually, there is no downloads. The waiting can last forever. A peculiar point is that the issue occurs with properly working Wi-Fi, and when you get internet access via SIM card mobile network. Moreover the issue depends neither a firmware version nor a Xiaomi model. Obviously, the internet connection is not the cause of this error. Experts found out that the “culprit” is Google Play Store 7.6. However there are several ways to fix this issue. We are ready to share them with you.
Purchasing a phone one usually does not pay proper attention to internal storage space available for his Android. Obviously, it is always more practical to buy a model with a tiny amount of internal storage and expansion capability due to a micro SD card. Modern devices support 128GB and more of card space. Thus if you intend to install many apps and all kind of content in you device, this choice costs much cheaper rather than a phone with maximum available internal storage.
Error code 491 is one of the most often encountered issues Android users facing on Google Play Store. Usually the error takes place while one is downloading an application or a game from Google Play. Obviously, it is very annoying to find out a problem when you are ready to work with a wanted app or have fun getting a new game. Fortunately, this error can be easily fixed.
Error code 924 which is a Google Play Store issue can be fixed by removing Google Play updates or re-adding Google account in device settings. This issue is similar to those do not allow to download or update apps or games from Google Play Store. Such popular apps as Facebook, Skype, Candy Crush, Clash of Clans, Viber and Hearthstone could also generate the error. This issue is not solved just by removing and reinstalling an application. Fortunately there are effective solutions that makes it possible to get rid of the error. Below are details about some of them.