Android is one of most used Smartphone OS. All the smartphones use Android OS except iPhone. There are many awesome features in Android one of them is installing Apps. Apps are very useful, and you can install the app according to your choice. The app support environment helped Android to reach to this position. There are two ways to Install and app on Android device 1 is to install it from Google play store and other is to sideload the app. The official and recommended way to install an app is to use Google Play Store. But sometimes Google Play store gives some unusual error. In this post, I will help you to solve google play store no connection error.
Note: this is Article written for all Android devices so you can try it on Any Android Device.
How To Fix Google Play No Connection
1. Clear Google Play Store App Cache.
Android makes the cache of all the apps to serve the apps quickly. Many times this causes issues in several ways to solve these kinds of issue we Clear the cache of any app. In our case, the problem may be the cache of Play store so delete it and restart your Phone. Doing this, you can solve this error. It helped many people so make sure to try this before trying anything else.
1. Go to settings.
2. Open “Apps.”
3. Find Google Play Store and open it.
4. Press Clear Data button and you are done.
Restart the phone if it works or not. If it does not help you to solve Google play store, no connection error then proceed to bellow steps.
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2. Uninstall Google Play Store Updates.
Google play store keeps on updating itself as soon as it gets an update unless an automatic update is not disabled on your device. Sometimes an update may cause this error. Your device may not work correctly with new update Google Play Store so uninstalling the update will help you to solve the issue. Uninstalling the update will make the Play store to the older version, so this may help you.
- Go to Settings on your Android device.
- Open “Apps” and find Play Store.
- Now, Click on “Uninstall Update” option.
- After uninstalling updates Activate the app and try if it works.
3. Re-Login your Google Account.
Google account is required to use Play store. Ther may be some problem with your Google account and Play store. This mostly happens when you change your Login details of your account and do not update it on your Android device. So, simply try to re-login your account. First remove your account and then add it again.
- Navigate to setting > Accounts > Google.
- Choose your Google account.
- Open the three dots on top right corner and remove your account.
- Now, Open Google play store. It will ask you to Login.
If you are using multiple accounts, then remove all accounts and try.
4. Fix Date and Time Settings.
If you changed date and time of your Android device to cheat some games or to get some extra lives in the games, then this may be the reason. Google play store sync it with the server of Google to complete this accurately the Date and time of the device should be correct and if it is not correct it causes errors. It is recommended to use Automatic date and time so do not correct it manually.
- Navigate to Settings > Date & Time.
- Turn on automatic date & time option.
Restart your phone and try again to connect to Google Play store. In many cases, this helped to solve google play store no connection error.
5. Diable any Proxy or VPN Service or App.
Android supports VPN and proxy to browse the Internet safely. So, If you are using any f such apps on VPN service, then it is time to uninstall them. This error may be because of the problem between Google servers and your VPN or Proxy so better uninstall them.
- Go to Settings > Wireless & More > More > VPN
- Disconnect VPN service.
- If you are using any proxy app, then uninstall it.
6. Factory Reset Your Android Device.
This is the last step to solve almost any problem in Android Os if you are not the Advanced (Rooted your phone) user. Factory resetting your device will remove all the apps you installed all the setting you made, so it is the ultimate solution for almost any solution in Android.
Factory resetting will erase all the data from your Phone so please backup your contacts and other important files otherwise you will regret this decision.
- Navigate to Settings > Backup & Reset.
- Tap factory data reset.
The conclusion of how to solve Google Play Store No connection error.
Hoping that above steps solved your problem. If it does not solve the problem, then the problem is with your ISP. Check if you can access the website of Google Play Store from your PC or any other device. If it failed to connect then contact your ISP and make sure they are not blocking Google’s IP.
If you are still facing the issue or facing problem to perform any update, then comment bellow.