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Google Play Store app 926, 927 error, problems restored

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We woke this morning to a number of emails via our readers to learn that they were having issues installing and updating apps from Google Play Store. Some of the errors that popped up included error 926 and 927.

Google Play started to experience issues yesterday, it is not only the mobile version playing up it was also the Web version having problems as well. We have looked this morning and have noticed you can still install and update apps, seems like everything is back to normal.

How are you getting on, can you now install and update apps via Google Play?

Whilst on the Google Play news we want to share a new vending machine with you, as we all know Japan loves its vending machines and they have gone one step further to make it easy and fast for gamers to access Android games.

Google Play App vending maching

Engadget reports that the new vending machines will have 18 different games, some will be free and of course some will be purchasable. Payments can be made using NFC-enabled mobile phones running Android 4.0 or higher. If you do not have a phone that is compatible the vending machine will give you a Nexus 4 to test the games using the machine, and yes you DO have to give the Nexus 4 back.

Would you use a vending machine to get Android games?

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16 thoughts on “Google Play Store app 926, 927 error, problems restored”

  1. Reply
    Kazam401 says:

    Things NOT back to normal at all – no downloads possible all morning on UK Three network on Note 2 mobile !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Reply
    Juxxize says:

    error 927 for me for 3 days now, i’ve been unable to update any of my apps on my tablet or my phone, i’m in england too

  3. Reply
    Electra Midnight says:

    It hasn’t been fixed I can’t update Simpsons tapped out because its still saying error 927 please fix .

  4. Reply
    jennifer says:

    wheres play store gone only had my phone a week its bad enough getting used to a new phone without things not working

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      carmen says:

      Had the same problem. Settings. Application manager. Slide to the left and on top of the page you’ll find ALL. Find download manager ( possibly at the bottom of the page and click on enable.

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    carmen says:

    ‘Application cannot be installed in the default install location.’
    This is the message I get after I try to download on play store. Any idea how to work around this problem?

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