Easy Way to Fixed Error 403 in Android Play Store
1. The Proxy Settings Fixed the proxy setting was the thing that resolved my issu about this 403 error that it’s worked and made Android Play Store back to normal again, so that I can download any apps in the Play Store. Just follow the easy steps:
– From the Menu, just click “Settings” –> “Wireless & Networks”
– Now just simply click “Mobile Networks” –> “Access Point Names”
– Now if you have 2 SIM Cards in your Android Mobile, just choose the one that You used to Data Connection, and select “GPRS”, then you set up the “Proxy” to <Not Set>. Meanwhile if you’ve found there’s the proxy code, just remove and klik “OK” to be set up to <Not Set>.
2. Clear the Cache on the Play Store
-To do this, from the menu just simply click “Settings” –> “Apps”
– Now you find “Google Play Store” and then click on it, and then “Clear Cache”
– Now restart your Android, and then try to access the Play Store to download any apps you want.
If those ways doesn’t worked. Then you might be try another way out by adding or replacing with the new Google account, by simply navigate it from the “Menu” -> “Settings” -> “Acounts & Sync” -> “Add Account”
I’ve tested that tips and it’s worked in my Android mobile phone 2.3.6 Gingerbread version.
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