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I uninstalled updates for Google play service and now I can't even use my Google play store, help me please

I'm using a Samsung galaxy grand quattro

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Try this link - Google Play Apk. Try upgrading it later if an update is available.
Edit:
Open any browser and go to PlayStore and try to install any application so that website may prompt to install Play Store before continuing.
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1 - There is a chance that you've unknowingly disabled Play Store permanently in App Manager. To re-enable it again just follow Menu>Settings>Apps/App Manager>Disabled apps and enable it.
2 - You can also use apps like CleanMaster to perform above job.

  • mega.co.nz/… _isn't a link to the playstore – HasH_BrowN Sep 6 '14 at 10:08
  • @HasH_BrowN - Oh I know it man! You don't find Google Play app in Google Play so I gave that link to give it a try. You've downvoted my answer and discovered a great truth that it's not a link to Play Store. – MANI Sep 6 '14 at 11:02
  • Then you need to include details that are relevant to the question. Anybody reading that unedited answer you had originally wrote would think that was a link to an actual apk. Now the updated answer addresses the question, thank you for clarifying. Down vote removed!! – HasH_BrowN Sep 6 '14 at 17:03
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I faced the same problem on my LG G2(purchased a few months ago) with the google play store. Earlier I used Playstore to download as many free apps as needed. But then to save the battery backup time, I disabled all the apps that used to restart automatically, each time I closed them. But after disabling them from task manager, play store stopped working and even after re-enabling it, it did not start. Even the apps downloaded through play store did not function and used to give info that for running this app I need to update play store and after opening play store to update, it used to straightway say no connection. I called google support, and did a bit of troubleshooting on it remotely, but it did not help, they asked me to take the device to the service centre. But as I barely find any time in any week, I decided to do it myself and used the factory mode reset option and now it is functioning again wonderfully.

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