It must be related to something else. You should also if you have one. You have to install them manually, now the problem is how to identify the version and install correct Google play services on your Android device. The only thing you should see is Add Account. Then I can install applications.
Go to your Settings and tap Accounts. Even, You may lose your existing settings that are saved in play services. If it isn't already then you should toggle it on. For example, there are multiple versions of Google Play Services for the different versions of Android you might have. Hopefully this helps anybody else that might be stuck. The steps are: Before installing Google Play on a Kindle Fire tablet, then you need to download and install several applications that are needed, such as Google Service Framework, Google Login Service, Google Play Services, and Google Play Store. This happened after I installed a launcher.
For example Arm or Arm64. I will do most of the things you listed and that Google says in the help section. How to Get Rid of Google Play Services: Actually, I never recommend you to disable or remove this app. Firstly, you need to make sure your Google Play Store is up-to-date. Install the latest version of Google Play It's silly, but sometimes a Google Play update is available but won't automatically download until days after being released. The only way I can get it to work is to uninstall updated and revert back to the original factory version.
This can be useful for app developers, or for anyone who is suffering from a software error that blocks Google Play Services from updating normally. You first need to turn Automatic date and time off. Go back into your Settings and tap on Account again. I'm at a total loss as to what to do next, without resetting and wiping my phone. If this is the case, the solution is simple. Now, make sure the Back up my data slider is on.
When I try root again with the same method using kingo root it says waiting for device then my tablet turns off. Simply tap this button to switch Download manager back on. You first need to head into your Settings, tap either Apps or Application manager, and you should either see all of your apps or you might have to choose All. It works once or twice. After doing it, this type of notification will not appeare in future.
Lose the sync and sync again. Once installed all the apps dependent on Google Play Services like Snapchat will work fine on your phone. However, as with most things Android, there are always newer and better versions available if you're willing to put in a little more effort. I just did another factory reset and all the books are fine now. Phone had no issues, only the tablet. You can search on google for the steps to root your device.
If that fails to solve the problem, come back to this page and hit Manage space or Manage storage then tap Clear all data. Come to think of it, I might start installing more apps this way, from the comfort of a desktop browser. If your Play Store app still isn't working, then you may need to refresh your Google account on your Android device. Apart from government restrictions, there are also some firmwares that do not have preinstalled Gapps, you have to manually flash the gapps on your Android phone. It does have advice for developers of other apps that run into the same issue, but debugging a rooted device's issue is sort of out of scope. When I turn it on it then it turns back off.
I did all installs and am successfully running google play and downloaded my apps. Everything worked perfectly till today. Reinstalling google play services is not a thing that can be done by following common ways. So, if you want the very latest version, just follow the steps below. This is a drastic measure and there are consequences. The cache is a storage area that temporarily holds data so it can be quickly retrieved without needing to be reloaded. Then start by entering the date and time with as much accuracy as possible.
Now you need to tap the Google account you want to remove, then tap the menu icon three dots at the top right and tap Remove account. Everything downloads and installs fine and the icon appears on my home screen, but then I get an error message saying that I need to download the latest version of Google Play Services. If you suspect the problem is on the user end, you'll first want to restart your phone. If all you see are buttons for Force Stop and Disable possibly grayed-out, as seen below , then Download manager is not disabled and you can rule this possibility out. Tap on this and you will see whether your phone is on the Automatic date and time provided by your network. Although, these services are pre-installed on Android devices. Go into the Google Play Store app and hit the menu button three lines in the top left hand corner of your screen.