Getting “Error code 910” while downloading apps from the Google Play Store? Due to this error unable to download any apps on your smartphone from the Google Play Store? Don’t worry you are not alone, 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 the YouTube app from the Google Play Store. Incidentally, the message appears on the Android device screen:
“Youtube can’t be installed. Try again, and if the problem continues, get help troubleshooting. (Error Code: 910)”.
This error Error code 910 on the Google Play Store usually caused because of Internet disconnection or a Play Store software update bug that causes failure to download and install apps from the Play Store. Since we can’t fix bugs in Google Play Store software, it’s the developer’s task, But until that we always can try to fix it using the usual ways.
Google Play Store error code 910
Following the instruction below hopefully, you will be able to get rid of the issue and restore your Google Store functions:
Before apply the steps below we recommend restarting your phone, which fixes the problem if any temporary gitch causes the issue.
Check you have a stable internet connection
First, you should check the Internet Wi-Fi connection (for instance, connection through a cell network provider). It is possible that the problem is in your modem or your Android smartphone. So, check your mobile or WiFi connection. Maybe the phone’s Internet or router doesn’t work, then do restart it.
Try to clear the Cache
Then try to clear the cache and delete Google Play and Google Services Framework apps data. to do this
- Navigate “Settings”→ then “Apps & Notifications”
- See all apps, then scroll down the list to the Google Play Store.
- Open it and select Storage.
- scroll down then click on “Clear Cache”.
- Go back and check whether the Play Store starts working.
If Error 910 is still there, go back to the application settings and do the same steps with Data (“Clear Data”, “Clear All”). Doesn’t it help?
Repeat all the steps for Google Services Framework. This app does not show up in the menu. Select “All applications” and find Google Services Framework, open it and clear cache and data. Check whether Error 910 is gone. Still there?
Perform the same steps with the Google Play Services app. Go to “Applications” → “Google Play Services”, select “Clear Cache”, then “Clear Data”. If your smartphone asks to confirm, tap “OK”.
Relink your Google Account
If your error after trying above all the fixes still revolves around the same updation or downloading issue from the Google Play Store then you should first try to remove your Google Account from your Android Device and link your Google Account Credentials once again. You can do it by Going to your Device Settings -> Account Section.
Go back to the previous version of the Google Store
If none of the usual ways above doesn’t help to fix Error code 910, it only remains to go back to the previous version of Google Store. To do so, delete recent updates from Google Play Store settings.
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