Are you getting Google Play Store Error Code 0 on Android while trying to download or install an app.

The Error code 0 can sometimes occur when google play store doesn’t have the right permission enabled. To fix you just have to allow some permission to the Google Play Store app.

Example of the Error message “Can’t download app. App can’t be downloaded. Try again, and if the problem continues, get help troubleshooting. ( Error code: 0 ) “.

How To Fix Google Play Store Error Code 0?

As mentioned earlier to fixing Google Play Store Error Code 0 is quite simple and just need to sort out the permissions. Let’s see how we can do that, please continue reading.

Once you do enabled necessary permissions, Error Code 0 will no longer appear and you can download and install any apps you would like to.

There are two methods which will fix Google Play Store Error code 0, which are

  • Fix Google Play Store Permissions
  • Fix Google Play Services Permissions
  • Set Permission using PC
1. Google Play Store Permissions

First, to fix the google play store error, let’s set the Google Play Store Permissions correct.

  • Open Settings and then tap on Applications or App.
  • Scroll down and locate Google Play Store and tap on it
  • Then, from the App Info screen, select Permissions.
  • Now enable all the toggle button to the right.
  • Restart your smartphone and try installing any app.

If this method didn’t fix the issue then please try the next solution.

2. Google Play Services Permissions

In this method, we will enable the permissions for Google Play Services.

  • Open Settings and then tap on  Applications or Apps.
  • Scroll down until you find Google Play Services and tap on it
  • Next under App Settings, select
  • Permissions
  • Lastly, enable all the toggle button by sliding it to the right.
3. Set Permission using a PC

If the non of above mentioned methods fixed Error Code 0 issue, then you might need set the file permission with Android Debug Bridge.

  • First, restart your Android phone in “Recovery mode” by pressing the Volume+ and power button simultaneously.
  • Then, connect your Phone with a PC using a USB cable
  • Next, from your PC, open Command prompt and then type in following commands. 

adb shell
chown -R media_rw:media_rw /data/media/
find /data/media/ -type d -exec chmod 775 {} ‘;’
find /data/media/ -type f -exec chmod 664 {} ‘;’4)

After executing the above commands, restart your phone again and see if you issue has been fixed or not.

We hope that you were able to fix your Google Play Store error by applying the simple solution we provided.

If you are continuing to face the same issue, please let us know, and we will definitely try to help you. Thank you

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