The majority of the users prefer to use Android phones that allow them to customize and give the performance that they need. Android mostly supports the Google search engine that provides decent services, applications, and updates regularly. Google’s service is widely accepted globally, and it’s nearly impossible to build one from the scratch. In the article, we’ll be discussing how to fix the ‘Check Your Connection and Try Again’ issue in Google Play Store.
You may have encountered some issues related to your Google service, might be running slow or you may have come across any bugs and errors. Also, there’s been a YouTube error that showed up recently with an unknown error. And some issues won’t work out even if you try any workaround and fixes.
Fix ‘Check Your Connection and Try Again’ issue in Google Play Store
Just follow the explanatory guide that will help you to fix that, without further ado, let’s get started.
Check other Google Apps
If your phone is unable to connect to the Google service “Check Your Connection and Try Again” appears, this may be due to your device is not connected to the internet. If your device is connected to the internet and it still tends to persist, then you should check that other application powered by Google on your Android phone is running fine.
In this way, you will come to know that the Google PlayStore that is showing an error has issues.
Wipe out the Cache and Data of Google Play Store
Clearing the cache files and data mostly resolve the issues, here’s how you can do that:
- Visit device Settings > Apps & notifications > Google Play Store
- Click on Storage & Cache > Clear cache > Clear storage
Re-login to your Google Play Store
You can perform a re-login to the Google Play Store application. Just remove the account from the phone and log in again.
- visit Settings > tap on the Accounts, search your account
- Tap on Remove account
- Once done, visit Settings > Accounts > tap on Add account
- Re-login to your account
Fix the Date and Time Settings
Date & Time plays an important role to sync up the application with the server so that it can work.
- Visit Settings > System > Date & time
- Enable the toggles for both Use network-provided time and Use network-provided time zone
Your device will display the correct date and time.
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