November 13th, 2012, 06:26 AM
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Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: North Carolina
Device(s): Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S2; Nexus 10
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Try these suggestions I found at Google.
- Try your download(s) using both wireless and cellular network connections, and ensure firewalls aren’t blocking access to ports required for Google Play (TCP and UDP 5228).
- Make sure you've cleared the cache and data of both the Google Play Store app and the Download manager. Here's how:
- Visit Menu > Settings > Applications > Manage applications
- Tab over to "All"
- Select the Google Play Store app, and then tap "Clear data" and "Clear cache;" then, select Download manager and tap "Clear data" and "Clear cache"
- You must be able to successfully sign into Google Talk to download Android apps on Google Play. Make sure your device is signed into Google Talk by following these steps:
- Go to your phone’s app launcher, and press the Talk app.
- If you’re already signed into Talk, press Menu, and then touch Sign out.
- Launch Talk again to sign in.
If that doesn't help, I can only suggest a factory reset. If that doesn't help, I don't know what else to try except to reinstall your OS with Odin
Last edited by Atma; November 13th, 2012 at 09:56 AM.