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1) Uninstall play store
2) Enable 'Unknown Sources' by going toSettings > Security, then ticking the box next to Unknown sources
3) download .apk from Google Play Store 6 0 5 APK Download by Google Inc APKMirror
there should always be latest version
4) find this apk in your file manager
5) install the app by simply opening it and following instructions on the display :-)
(If you cannot for some reason download it directly into your device, you can always download it into your computer and transfer it into your device via cable of bluetooth...)
Similar problem on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 when trying to upgrade to Kit Kat 4.4.2. Since my device had been rooted is registered as "Modified". There were dozens of posts instructing me to download drivers and decompilers and more software to trick the update server into seeing my tablet as "Official". Since a firmware upgrade will unroot the device anyway I simply used KEIS connecting with USB and it was effortless. Just make sure your device has at least 50% battery.
I don't have a nexus but have had a similar problem with a cellphone. If you go into the settings you should look for a link to change the connection type, i.e. some products will connect as a storage media device allowing you to browse files or as a modem to allow you to share the 3G connection or in propriety mode where it will connect as a Nexus to the bundled software. With the Blackberry Playbook you have to install specific drivers stored on the Playbook before it is even recognised correctly. Please check if you have installed the drivers correctly. They might come on a CD boxed with the Nexus or if you connect the Nexus you'll find a new drive and it will contain an exe to install drivers so the PC can recognise it. The later was the case with the Playbook. Alternatively try downloading new drivers from the support page for your particular Nexus model. Web downloads are almost always the latest version of drivers and the one shipped with your Nexus may not be properly compatible or flawed. Hope this helps.