Tablet users are not new to troubleshooting, although one wonders if users know about some of the common issues occurred in Play Store. Users get the tablets running to perfection by doing the basic troubleshoots. The below troubleshooting steps are perhaps the easiest ones for a tablet user, and most necessary since Play Store is the gateway to free apps.
Below are the steps to clear the cache data in Google Play Store.
- Go to the Settings in Android
- Select Apps
- Find Google Play Store
- Hit on Clear Cache Data
- Restart your tablet
Users shall do this troubleshoot on a regular basis as well, not necessarily when a crash occurs. It will get the Play Store to a former state, such as in a factory reset of the tablet.
Android Operating System Allocates Fixed Storage
One of the common things that occur in a tablet is the lack of storage to run different apps simultaneously. At times, users run into “insufficient storage space” error even when there is sufficient space available. The easiest way to fix this is to uninstall unused apps or those that are seemingly unnecessary. Further, Android OS allocates fixed storage for a particular application in tablets. So clearing the app data could also help.
Troubleshooting Unresponsive Google Play Store
Play Store is termed unresponsive when users cannot download the applications from the portal. There are two types of troubleshooting options to fix this issue. Firstly, you can go to the app Settings > Clear History to get Google Play Store running efficiently, or try the Clear Cache alternative as discussed earlier but without deleting the application data. This would get Google Play Store running without resetting the app to a former state.
To perform such fixes for complex issues on rental tablets, you may as well get in touch with a troubleshooting expert for help. Perfection is a task achieved through skill and practice only.