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Something about how it was talked about on the aforementioned questions/answers made it seem a lot like Google Play. Turns out, it basically is.


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Guys this is an easy fix and the reason is pretty easy to determine. The reason is because of Androids "Optimize battery Usage" feature it puts the google play store to sleep or google play services and restricts background activity. This means that when your phone screen turns off the app is put to sleep so it does not consume battery or if the phone is ...


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Check the Internet Connection and again Open the Google Play Store App. Clear the Google Play Store App Storage Go to Device Settings -> Apps-> Find Google Play Store App Go to Play Store App Detail Click on Storage Click on Clear Storage Delete App Data? Click Ok Re-open the Application


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You can also clear "Google Play Store" cache.


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I had the same problem today (just after updating my phone) and eventually found a way to uninstall Google Play Services updates, thanks to the thread in Google Play Help Forum: I was able to fix the issue today, by uninstalling the Google Play Services updates. Could only do that after making sure 'Find My Phone' was no longer a device administrator. ...


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You probably share usage and diagnostics information of that device with Google. In this particular instance, It means that Google Play Store was connected to its server and as stated "Updated usage information of some apps". The information can be when last you used the apps, how long, etc.


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I think yes. I have different accounts with a different country. It is working fine.


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