I can't download any apps from Google Play Store which I also downloaded in an attempt to replace the phone's default app downloader: AppGallery. So uninstall the update and allow the app to update once again. Even YouTube, Google search, Translate, Gmail App, etc. The Google account will be completely removed from your device and it will be added all over again. I can install apps on the Motorola until my heart is content but they fail on the Galaxy. I am feeling helpless with this phone and really disappointed with it.
I am using a Huawei Ascend P2 phone. My husband and I bought this tablet this weekend and have been working on it nonstop the entire weekend. If anybody has any other suggestions as to how I should go about fixing it I would be very much obliged. Check if the problem you were facing has been fixed. However, I know it is not a problem with storage because the very first time I tried to download an app I got the insufficient storage message. This is why you must create a backup for the data that you consider important.
It wakes again after turn of automatically 3 - 5 times. Mar 27, 2012 will roms made for the huawei ascend 2, work on the huawei sonic, as the phones look identical, and the specs are pretty much the same? Is this what you've got? After installing the Apk file on my phone, Google Play store is working properly. Once the cache files have been wiped, check if the problem is fixed. Solution 8: Update your Device Software The software of your device must always be updated so that any bugs or problems in the previous version is fixed effectively. It can help in solving the problem.
You must ensure that it is On so that your apps can be downloaded successfully from the Play Store. All you need to do is drag the app icon to the uninstall option on the screen and the app will be uninstalled. What to do if I get the error 911 when I try to download an app from the Play Store? Be sure to for the application, though. But when I do this, it still says game has to be downloaded. I could delete everything on my phone and it will still give me that message.
The app store will automatically start downloading. And there's nothing else that can be done with it. Once the updates are re-installed, try to download the apps all over again to check if it is working as expected. This is deliberately misleading for the sake of ego. However, if you like it and want to use it, try getting rid of some factory apps. Solution 2: Check your date and time settings When you try to download an app from the Play Store, the Google servers will try to check for the time on your device.
If I've posted in the wrong subforum, feel free to move it to the right subforum or let me know to do that. If you begin to encounter the problem too many times and the restart begins to get annoying then you must try the other troubleshooting steps. Before you start this troubleshooting guide you need to check one important thing: Can you use your mobile phone's internet connection? Whether you are connected to the Internet through Wi-Fi or you are using mobile data, the most fundamental step to ensuring that you are able to download the apps is the fact that you have a proper internet connection. If you are still unable to download apps from the Play store then follow the same steps to return to the screen from where you cleared the cache. I was all about the processor and camera.
You must follow these steps to add all your Google accounts and once this is done, return to the Play Store and find out if your problem has been resolved by this. However, there is a chance that restarting the device may be a temporary fix. Press Ok to confirm and then open the Play Store once again to look for the app and begin the download. Tap on uninstall and confirm the uninstallation. You will notice a warning on your screen. Indeed it is very useful but in your case I would get rid of it by rooting the phone and removing it with an app. I can't download any apps from Google Play Store which I also downloaded in an attempt to replace the phone's default app downloader: AppGallery.
Solution 7: Refresh the data sync settings The data synchronization of your device that allows the syncing of data can help you solve the problem. Resetting the Google Account can help you solve the problem of your Android not downloading the apps. Further, please note that by submitting a question or comment, you are agreeing to relinquish any subsequent rights of ownership to your comment by submitting it on this site. Once i have yesterday installed custom rom my batery was discharged so now then i press vol+,vol- and turn on butons at once and then it stucks! Your device is expandable to 32 gig but if you are not a phone junkie then a 16gig card should do fine. Solution 3: Use mobile data instead of the Wi-Fi network If you are using a Wi-Fi network to download the apps then switch to mobile data and check if it works.
Now you will find the option to Add Account. Tip: Make sure your phone has the Unknown sources option in the Security settings turned on to install an app outside of the Play store. The truth is that our phones may not be as powerful as they seem without all the apps that we download to it. I have done a factory reset as well but still the issue persists. If you don't reboot the phone, some things may not work correctly, so make sure you do the reboot.
Once you have completed this step, go back into Google Play Store and check if the app is being downloaded now. Mar 6, 2014 I got around 7gb storage left, and when I go to Google Play Market, and download apps which got hmm. I recently got a Huawei Mate 10 Pro and have been loving it so far, despite being an iPhone user previously and is still getting used to the Android World. Nothing works and some help is much appreciated! And now I want to install games. Hi Andreas, I have bought Huawei Honor 6 2 weeks back and I am facing the same issue.