What to Do If the Google play store keeps stopping or crashing
If the Google Play Store app keeps stopping or crashing on your Android device, there are several steps you can try to resolve the issue:
Restart your device
This can help to resolve any temporary issues that may be causing the app to crash.
Check for updates to the Google Play Store app
Sometimes updates can fix bugs or improve performance, so it’s worth making sure that you have the latest version of the app. To check for updates, open the Google Play Store app, tap the hamburger menu in the top left corner, and tap “My apps & games.” If an update is available, tap “Update” to install it.
Check for updates to your Android operating system.
Outdated software can cause compatibility issues and lead to app crashes. To check for updates, go to “Settings > System > Advanced > System update” and follow the prompts to install any available updates.
Clear the cache and data for the Google Play Store app
To do this, go to “Settings > Apps > Google Play Store > Storage” and tap “Clear cache” and “Clear data.”
Uninstall and reinstall the Google Play Store app
This can sometimes resolve issues with corrupted app files. To uninstall the app, go to “Settings > Apps > Google Play Store > Uninstall.” To reinstall the app, open the Google Play Store app and search for “Google Play Store.” Tap “Install” to download and install the app.
Check for any system errors or issues that may be causing the app to crash
To do this, go to “Settings > System > Advanced > Reset options” and tap “Reset all app preferences.” This will reset all app permissions and settings to their default values, which may help to resolve issues that are causing the app to crash.
If none of the above steps help to resolve the issue, it may be worth reaching out to Google support for further assistance.