06-08-2015, 09:43 AM
I will be posting different methods on how to fix google play store errors. I had the same problem long time ago but now I know how to fix it.
METHOD 1 :-
● Goto Settings >Date & Time
● Set the device to manual and set year to 4 years in the future, then open to the Play Store, Once play store Opens without the 'connection error'
●Go back to time settings and reset to Automatic, then everything is okay!
METHOD 2 (Root needed)
The problem can be resolve by removing host file /etc/hosts file.
● You must be Rooted, before you follow my simple guide.
● DOwnload Root Explorer, to access the file.
●Launch Root explorer, Scrol down and look for etc folder
●Cick to open the etc folder and locatefolder and delete hosts files, better, instead of removing the file rename it to something else, so that you can restore it back if needed or backup the host file before deleting . Sometimes you need to reboot the phone, sometimes it works straight away and if it doesn't work straight up just restart.
METHOD 3 (wifi connection needed)
● Get connected to a wireless connection
● Move to the Wi-Fi settings and press and hold on the network your device is connected to. Then tap the ‘Modify’ button.
● Tick the ‘Advanced Options’ button and then proceed.
● Scroll down further and change IP Settings from ‘DHCP’ to Static.
● Change DNS 1 to 184.108.40.206 and DNS 2 to 220.127.116.11
● Press Save and exit the Wi-Fi settings. Now, move on to your list of Apps in Settings and select the ‘All’ Apps section.
● Clear Cache on Google Play Store, Google Play Services and Google Services Framework.
Reboot your phone (optional). Now your Play Store will work and you won’t have the ‘No Connection’ error any longer.