Google Play Store Error Code: 101 ? [Fixed]

Error Code 101 creates many problems for Android users while they are downloading the apps from the Google Play Store. Mostly, it’s happened due to a lack of phone memory. They have already installed a lot of apps on their phone, leaving their phone out of memory. Whenever you face this issue, you will see an error message on your mobile screen as

“[App Name] could not be downloaded due to an error. (101)”

If you are also facing Error Code 101 while downloading or updating the apps on your mobile, you are at the right place. Here we will help you to fix the Error Code 101. We will see the three different ways which can help you.

Google Play Store Error Code 101
Google Play Store Error Code 101

Different Ways to Fix Error Code 101

Below are some possible solutions to fix error 101. You can start with the first one to fix the Google Play Store Error Code 101 on your android device.

Method #0: Clear up Some Space

Before following any of the methods try to clear up some space in your mobile by deleting the unused apps. If you have done all the clearing and still facing this issue try these methods.

Method#1: Clear the Cache and Google Play Store 

This is the first and the simplest way to fix the Google Play Store Error Code 101. Follow the below steps.

  • Go to the Settings>Apps and choose the Google Play Store.

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  • Tap on Clear Data and Clear Cache.

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Repeat the process for Google Play Services as well.

Method#2: Force Stop Google Play Store 

If the above method doesn’t work for you. You can try this one. Follow the below steps.

  • Go to the Settings>Apps and choose Google Play Store.
  • Tap on Force Stop.

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Hopefully, your issue will be resolved. If you are still facing the same issue, follow the below method.

Method#3: Uninstall Google Play Store Updates 

If both of the above methods are not working for you, you have to uninstall the Google Play Store Updates. Follow the below steps.

  • Go to the Settings>Apps and choose the Google Play Store.
  • Tap on Uninstall Updates. 

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This will remove all the Google Play Store updates from your phone, and it looks like you bring a new mobile.

 

We hope our solutions have helped you resolve your problem. If you are still facing any problems, let us know in the comments. We will try to respond to your query as soon as possible.

 

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