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How To Fix Error Codes on Play Store

Sometimes while updating or downloading apps from the Google Play Store, users are met with an error message that reads, “App could not be downloaded due to an error. (492, 910 etc)”. This error occurs when data stored in Google Play Store's cache becomes corrupt. If you've seen this message, don't worry, we'll explain how to fix it!

Note: The below procedure can also be used on the following error codes: error 18, error 20, error 103, error 194, error 492, error 495, error 505, error 506, error 509, error 905 and error 910.

How To Fix Play Store Error 910

First Step

Open Settings, and then select Applications option. Next, you must choose Application Manager. Press the drop-down menu at the top right (icon with three vertical dots) and open Default applications. Choose the first app that appears. If you don't find this option, just skip to the next step.

Second Step

In the Default Applications list, scroll down to find the app from the Google Play Store. Open it and look for the Clear cache option. If you use a newer Android version and you're using a newer device, it is likely that this action is within the Storage option. Then select Clean data.

N.B.: If you're still having problems with error code 910, try restarting your phone.

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