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solution 1

  • Go to Settings.
  • Then, click on Apps.
  • Now, scroll down and look for Google Play Store app. Click on it.
  • Here, you will see three buttons – 1. Force Stop, 2. Clear Cache, and 3. Clear Data. Click on them in the given sequence.
  • Now, go back to All Apps list and follow the same steps for Google Service Framework and Download Manager app.

If this solution did not work, then follow the below Solutions to Fix Google Play Store Error 404 in Android.

Solution 2 

If you have a rooted phone, then you can follow below steps to fix this issue. I found this solution at XDA Developers and it has helped to some users.

  • Go to /system/etc/permissions.
  • Delete services.cn.google.xml file.
  • For Huawei users – If your phone has EMUI 8, then you can find the file at \system\emui\china\etc\permission.

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