Error "The Play Store has stopped"
"The Play Store has stopped" is one of the most errors found on Android devices. The problem may be caused due to various reasons so you may have to try several of these solutions until the error stays fixed.
Possible causes of error:
- Apps partially installed: something went wrong in the middle of an installation
- / Mnt / sdcard is full
- App corrupt data
- corrupt binary
First Fix: Deletes apps and frees up space
If you have too many apps installed on your device, your storage could be filled and that would cause the app from the Play Store to stop working, or result in not being able to download more apps. To fix this problem try clearing some apps and data to free up space.
Second Fix: Disable the Play Store, and clean the data and cache.
This is the most common arrangement for error "The Play Store has stopped."
- Enter the settings of your device.
- Search for "Apps / Applications" in the setup menu and click there.
- Slide the apps page from right to left to view the list of "all apps" present on your device.
- Now look at the "Google Play Store" and click list.
- On the page "Information app" click on "clear cache" button and then "force stop" and "off". If you see an option to "uninstall", let it uninstall and then restart the app. Reboot your device and see if the error has disappeared.
- If the problem persists, open "Settings> Apps> All> Google Play Store again and click on" clear data ". Restart your phone and try again.
Third arrangement: Reset your Google Account
Are you still seeing the error "The Play Store has stopped"? For it is a thing to try.
- Open Settings> Accounts and Sync> Google.
- Click your Google account.
- Now click on the icon of the three points at the top of the screen (on Samsung devices, click the menu button) and select the "delete account" option.
- Now reruns the Google Play Store app.
- Log in with your Google account.
- Fixed up!
Fourth fix: Reinstall Google Play services
Sometimes the error "The Play Store has stopped" is caused because binary Google Play services are corrupt. You can easily fix that problem when cleaning data from the app from Settings> Apps> Google Play Services or simply reinstalling the app.
Fifth Fix: Flashing the apps by Google
If you are using a CM, AOSP, AOKP, UFO, Slim or any other custom ROM on your Smartphone or tablet and you are receiving the error "The Play Store has stopped", you should look for the last zip flasheable gapps (Google apps) based on Android version of your ROM.
We recommend that you install the recommended or provided by the developer gapps your ROM package. Having downloaded the package with the Google apps zip right, just falséalo / install using CWM / TWRP / philz recovery, and restart your device