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I keep getting error 920 when I am trying to update my apps in the play store. What does that mean?

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I keep getting error 920 when I am trying to update my apps in the play store. What does that mean?

Hi rcyphermd.

Try settings > more > Application manager > all > Google Play Store, select force stop, clear data and cache. Reboot your phone. See if that helps.
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Thanks but it did not work. Appreciate you trying to help.
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Try going to settings > accounts, remove your Google account and then add it back in.
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It works for about five apps, then the same thing happens. Is there a way for it to just download all your previous apps without all this hassle?
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It works for about five apps, then the same thing happens. Is there a way for it to just download all your previous apps without all this hassle?
Try going back to settings and the play store app again. Uninstall updates. Next, Google play services and clear data and cache. Next, Google services framework and clear data and cache. Then reboot your phone.

If you have Google backing up your settings it should restore apps. You could also go to the store on your computer and under My Apps select all the ones you want to install.
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There is a really simple fix :

IGNORE EVERYTHING ELSE UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED THIS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1) Simply go to the quick settings panel
2) DISABLE (or re enable) Wifi
3) if it was Disabled and you just enabled it disable it again

4) Finally re-enable it again


5) Working !!!! No ?! Should be
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