How To Fix Play Store No Connection Error (100% Worked)





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Published on Feb 13, 2016

How to fix no connection error in play store or Check your connection and try again in play store Error

No Connection Error occur Even if you have Internet connection working on your Android phone .

Method 1: Clear the Cache

One of the reasons for this error could be the cache of the Play store. So the easiest solution is to clear the cache. For this go to Settings, Apps and scroll to All apps section and find the “Google Play Store” app listed there. Open the app and hit clear cache button and also force stop this app.
Now try opening the Google Play store again and see if the issue is fixed.

Method 2: Check the date and time

Check if the data and time on the device is correct. A lot of times Play store will not work properly if the date and time is not correct. This error even happens on Windows Phones as well. Once you fix the data and time, come back to Play store and check.

Method 3: Change the DNS

In most cases, the IP addresses used by your ISP’s domain name servers are automatically set by your ISP via the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). The server at which you trying to connect can’t be found, because the DNS lookup failed.In this case you need to chane DNS of your android divece.

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