Problems updating to 4 01
This discussion does not cover rooted devices or those running a custom ROM.These processes change Android’s system files and thus introduce too many variables to diagnose.You don’t need to use all of these; try the first one and see if it fixes the problem. The five fixes are: Walking through these steps will resolve the majority of Play Store problems.However, we will cover some common error codes that these methods won’t fix later.Note that you’ll need to tap the three-dot Menu button at the top-right of the All apps screen and toggle Show system to see the latter two entries.We’ve looked more closely at the “Unfortunately Google Play Services has stopped” error if you’re having issues with that specifically.
Once you’ve done this, you can update to the latest version of the Play Store in two ways.
Press and hold on the Wi-Fi icon to open its settings, where you can find a list of nearby networks.
If there aren’t any suitable ones nearby, wait until you’re back on your home network.
It’s possible to have the opposite problem as well.
When you have problems installing an app over a Wi-Fi network, try switching to mobile data and reattempt installation.Once wiped, restart your device and then reattempt the installation or update.