Error 907 in Google Play is an error in the Play Store. The full error message looks something like this: “Application name failed to load due to an error. (907)”. This error occurred after Google updated the Play Store. This error usually occurs when trying to download an app from the Play Store.
What causes error 907 on Google Play
- Insufficient memory: sometimes the user does not have enough memory in the device, which does not allow Google Play to install the application.
- Incompatible with device: Sometimes the version of the app the user is trying to install is not compatible with the device it is installed on, usually because the Android operating system version on the device is old.
- Cache problem: Sometimes the device cache and Google Play cache conflict, resulting in an error message and installation cancellation.
How to repair the Google Play error 907?
Clear data and cache
- Go to Settings > Go to App Settings (on some devices, app settings are called apps).
- Go to All apps > Search Google Play Store > Clear data and cache.
- Once you’ve cleared everything, you need to force close the app.
- Then restart your device and try downloading the app again.
Delete an account
- Go to Settings > Accounts > Google
- Delete all of your Google accounts.
- Go back to the Google Play Store and log in with your account information.
- Accept all Google terms and conditions and configure your Google settings.
- Then launch the Google Play Store
- and download the app.
- The error is finally fixed
Remove the SD card
- Go to Settings > Storage > Scroll down and select Disconnect SD Card.
- Open the Google Play Store > Reload the app that gave you the error message.
- After a successful installation, go back to Settings > Storage > click “Mount SD card”.
- If the above steps didn’t help, try removing the SD card before installation as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Google Play Store update may have been interrupted or corrupted, which is why the Android error code 907 appears. So if you've recently updated the Google Play Store, try updating it again. Also, clear the Google Play Store cache so that all the data is updated.
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Tap Apps and notifications. Show all apps.
- Scroll down and tap on Google Play Store.
- Tap Memory. Clear the cache.
- Then tap Clear data.
- Open the Play Store again and try downloading again.
- Go to the Settings menu on your device.
- Tap Memory. In your Android device settings, tap Memory.
- Under Device Memory, tap Internal Memory. Tap Internal Memory.
- Tap Cached Data. Tap Cached Data.
- Tap OK when a dialog box appears asking if you are sure you want to clear the entire app cache.
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