Google Play Error Code 920 On My Phone.

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I am using an Android phone. I want to download and install an app from the Google Play Store into my phone.  But when I start to download, it shows an error code 920 on the phone. Please help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #297172

Google Play Error Code 920 On My Phone.

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To fix the error try any one of the following methods.

  1. Turn off your Wi-Fi.
  2. Close Play Store application.
  3. Go to task manager and end all the processes.
  4. Clear the cache and temporary memory of Google Play Store.
  5. Turn on your Wi-Fi
  6. Connect to the internet.
  7. Open Play Store.
  8. Download the app that you want.
Answered By 590495 points N/A #325151

Google Play Error Code 920 On My Phone.

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In Android, there seems to be a lot of reasons why you encounter error code “920” on Google Play when downloading something and there appears to be no fix solution. The most common causes of error code “920” on Google Play are:

  • Too much load on your data connection.
  • Connection is getting hampered because the cache has not been cleaned.
  • Unstable internet connection.

First thing to do is to uninstall and reinstall the application where you encounter the error. Locate the app where you receive error code “920” then open it on Google Play store and uninstall it. Once the app is removed, clear the task manager and install that app back. If this doesn’t work, try to turn off and turn on your phone’s Wi-Fi connection.

If this doesn’t work, clear the Google Play store cache. Go to “Settings” then select “APPLICATIONS” tab. Here, locate “Google Play Store” then tap it to open. On the next screen, tap “CLEAR CACHE” at the bottom. After this, clear the task manager then continue with your download or update.

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