A lot of users use their Android Smartphones as a “feature phone”. These Users use their phones to make calls, sms or maybe use some pre-installed chat applications. While this is perfectly fine, it might cause issues on the long run. This is because your apps could become outdated. Eventually all apps will and they would be required to be updated. This is where users find a lot of issues to being with. To update your apps on your Android phone, you need to access the Google Pay store. In order to access Google Pay store, you need to activate it using a Google Account. Of course, you would need internet access using a WiFi or Mobile Data connection. All these if’s and but’s can make users unhappy. In this post, I will explain how to fix and resolve sign in issues on google play store for Android.
How to Fix and Resolve Sign In Issues on Google Play Store for Android
Before you try to update any Apps, you would need to ensure that your Google Play Store app is running and up to date.
- Go to settings on your Phone-> Apps -> Search for the Google Play Store -> Tap to Open -> Clear Cache and Reboot your Android Phone.
If your phone does not have an active Google Account
- From Settings -> Go-To Account -> “Add New account“, Add your “Gmail Account” and Password -> Then Tap to Sign In.
- Open Play Store-> Find Your App from the Play store-> Download
If you get the Error Message “Cannot Establish a secure connection” while accessing Google Play Store
- Ensure that you are not on WiFi connection. Choose a 3G/4G mobile data connection instead.
- Instead of synchronizing date and time using the phone network automatically, verify that you have the correct Timezone (GMT, Eastern, Central, Western Etc.)
- Go-to Settings -> Select “Date and Time” -> Deactivate “Automatic“
- Reboot your Phone after changing the settings.
- Logout and login into your Google Account.
- Delete any old data and cache of the Play Store Market App (See Above for Steps)
Other Error messages related to your Google Play Store are as follows:
You haven’t accessed the Google Play Store app on your device with this email account
Step 1: Do not try to install Apps using a different Google Account and what is used to activate the Phone.
Step 2: Do not install this on a Chromebook or a Non-Android device.
Hopefully this was helpful. Do not hesitate to leave a comment. Thanks!