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Dec 19, 2015 - Here's what you can do when the Google Play Store doesn't work for you. ... If Google Play Store is giving you grief, there are few things you can try. .... I did update youtube and google play store but I can't install any app on it ...
you can not download google play store app because google app store application have different extension then iphone apple app store for google app store application extension : .apk for iphone app store entension : .ipa so you cannot download a apple store app on i devices
When you uninstall updates to Google Play Store you are actually uninstalling updates to the Google Play Store app itself and not your other installed applications and their settings what you're actually doing is downgrading the Google Play app itself to the version that came shipped on your nook HD Plus. I know this Uninstall Updates wording tends to freak a lot of folks out because they think it means all updates to everything. In the app itself sometimes this is necessary if a bug is introduced into the most recent version of the Google Play app. Don't worry over time the Google Play app itself will automatically update itself again. If newer versions still have a bug on your system just uninstall updates again until they get it fixed. Over the last two and a half weeks a minor bug was discovered in Google Play that the very second you entered an apps description page Google Play would immediately stop responding to the system and crash. I sent a blind email to a Google support email address I hoped could forward it to the Google Play staff. I sent the email in about this problem about a week ago. It least on my Nook HD plus for the past two and a half days this problem seem to have corrected itself. Knock on wood.
You are the second question in a week about this very same problem between the Google Play Store app and Nooks. Hope this answers both questions and provides a solid workaround should Google Play Store ever get buggy again in the future.
Even still to this day, it happens. I've figured a temporary solution to fix this issue.
1. Go to settings > apps > manage apps and make sure you are under all apps tab. 2. Find Google play store and force close it. Then select uninstall updates. 3. Go back and scroll down to find Market Updater?... I think is what it is called and select force close.
From now on, only use the Market. The Google Play Store icon may disappear from the apps/app drawer... which is exactly what you want.
If it ever happens again and Play Store comes up again, just repeat the process. As I said, I believe this fix is only TEMPORARY.