You may be surprised to learn that you need to install the Google Play Store. Indeed, apart Huawei, this application is part of the baggage of any Android device that is compatible with.
In summary, you absolutely don't need to install it, it's already done by the manufacturer and all you have to do is turn on your laptop and launch the Google Play Store to download your favorite applications.
The problem is, sometimes there can be issues with how your Google Play Store works that can lead you to uninstall it and that's where the trouble begins.
In this article, we will teach you how to reinstall your Google Play Store on your Android mobile with ease. But we are not going to stop there.
Indeed, we are also going to give you some tips and tricks, in order to ensure that you no longer go to this extreme which is to uninstall the Google Play Store because it is clearly not supposed to be uninstalled.
Fix problems by clearing the cache
The first thing we can advise you to do before thinking about uninstalling your Play Store on Android is simply to empty the cache of the latter to get rid of slowdowns.
Indeed, by dint of storing data, the Google Play Store can start to crash your Android smartphone or quite simply have slowdowns. So, here is the procedure to empty this cache.
- First, go to Settings.
- Then go to Application.
- Choose the Play Store.
- Then go to Storage and cache.
- Choose from empty the cache.
See if a newer update exists
If emptying the cache of your Google Play Store application has not changed anything or at least if the changes are minimal, what we will advise you is to make sure that you have the latest version up to date.
Indeed, like any application, the Play Store also benefits from updates at regular intervals. The purpose of these updates is multiple. We will obviously have new features.
But we're also going to have a lot of bug fixes and it could just be a Google Play Store bug with your Android mobile that's causing all your problems. The procedure to follow is then the following:
- Open the Play Store.
- Click on your profile picture.
- Go to Settings.
- Then press About Us.
- Update if your Android phone offers one.
Only uninstall the Google Play Store if nothing works
The two techniques that we have just given you to put an end to a Google Play Store that is having problems on Android must have already solved the problem for a lot of people. However, it is still possible that some have this problem.
In this case, what we can advise is simply to try to restart your phone, or to try to reset the phone settings to factory values to see if that solves the problem.
What is certain is that uninstalling the Play Store should only be done as a last resort. But if it's impossible to override it, we'll see how to do it later in this article.
Download the Google Play Store via an APK file
To download the Play Store on Android, you will therefore have to go through something other than the stores. Go to the internet and type Google Play Store apk to find the installation file directly.
It's simple and fairly quick, but it's not without risk either. Indeed, be aware that when you download an application outside the official stores, there is no guarantee of its origin.
Therefore, the application you are installing may for example be infected by a virus. So pay close attention to the site on which you download APKs and do not hesitate to check if they are reliable on the net.
It is also for these questions of reliability that we have advised you not to uninstall the Play Store from your Android phone as long as it was possible not to do so.
Install the APK file on your phone
Now that we have downloaded the APK from the Google Play Store, all that remains is to install it. The installation itself is not very complicated. Indeed, we just have to click on the file and choose the installation.
Wait a few minutes and you will have access to your Google Play Store again. But as it comes from an external APK file, your mobile does not trust it and you will therefore have to give it permission to run. So here's what you need to do:
- Go to Settings, then depending on your phone model, tap Security or Applications.
- Now check Installation from unknown sources.
- Finally, you will only have to download the APK from the Google Play Store from APKMirror.
That's it, you should now have no more problems with your Play Store account which has just been installed again and which is therefore perfectly functional for you to use it.
Be aware that in the future, it is better to spend a little time trying to solve the problem before thinking that we will uninstall everything and try to install it again in the hope that things improve .
Indeed, if it is not too serious with other applications, it is much more so with those which are embedded directly by the manufacturer of your Android telephone like the Google Play Store.