A common error message faced by most Android smartphone user is the Google PlayStore app, “No connection – Retry”, if there is any connection problem. But sometimes even when the internet is working it shows same error. Many users are complaining about this issue. If you are also having problem with this error, and searching for the tips to fix it ? Then here is something helpful for you.
Below we are adding few of different solutions, which will help you to get rid of this problem. Just follow any of them which you like and which will make everything OK on your phone or tablet.
- Clear the Google Play Store Cache: Most of the times this solution works. Most of the apps on your Android device stores some cache data on your device, which could be the reason for the issue for No connection – Retry” error message. You can just:
- Go to Settings > Apps.
- Scroll to All apps and then scroll down to “Google Play Store” app.
- Open the app details and tap on the “Force stop” button.
- Then, tap on the “Clear cache” button.
- Now start the Google Play Store app and it should now work fine.
- Date and Time of your Device: Some users suggested that if date and time on the device are not correctly set, then you will again get the “No connection – Retry” error message. So check and correct the date and time of your device.
- Force re-install Google Play Store app. Other solution is that you can uninstall all the app updates on your phone and re-install the Google Play Store APK again to see if that would work for you.
- If nothing works then reset the Android Device to factory settings. Be sure to take a backup of your phone, before doing a Factory Reset.