Google play store update error 941
In the Google Play store, many people experience a problem stating that a 941 error appears when updating apps on their Android devices. This error is visible in all Andorid operating systems of Ice Cream Sandwich, Gelatinous Bean, Kitkat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, etc. This error occurs after Google Marketplace has been renamed Google Play Store and it appears that many apps update appears. The error 941 appears in all devices such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Micromax, Nokia, Huawei, Honor, Xiaomi, etc.
Like all the error solutions that we have reported previously, this can also be solved easily, mainly because of the presence of cache in your Android device.
Fixing it is not a big deal. A few steps are enough to repair it. Anyway, Here are the methods –
Clear Cache and Data:
This is the first step to correct error 941. You can clear the cache and data. Then try to update the application again. Hope you will succeed. Anyway, to do it -
- Go to Settings> Applications.
- Find the app and tap it.
- Now press Clear data. Then tap Clear cache.
- Again, do it for the Google Play Store App. Before doing so, do not forget to force him to stop.
- clear the cache data android
Now, close everything and try to update the application again. Hopefully this will fix the 941 error on your Android phone.
If that does not work, you can follow the next method.
Using Different Network to Fix Error 941:
In 99% of cases, this game store can be corrected first by applying the first method. Bu, if you still have the problem, we would like to try different network. This means that you can try different Wi-Fi or cellular networks. If you are using a virtual private network, disable it, and try again.Hope this will solve error 941.
We found online that some users could solve this problem by reinstalling the problematic application. But before doing so, we recommend that you back up your apk file. Because, in some cases, this error code 941 appears during the installation of the application.
4. Last option:
Sometimes adding a Google Account can fix Google Play Store errors. So, you can delete your account. Then, clear the cache of your phone. Then restart it and add the Google Account again. Then see if you still have the annoying 941 error. If the problem persists, you can reset your phone to fix the problem. But remember, if this is a problem (bug) with your Android version, resetting will not resolve error 941. In this case, you can check for updates for new minor updates for Android. For example, we solved a problem by updating my Android 5.0 to 5.1.