Android; though famous for its customization options and open-source system, has a lot of bugs too. The bugs may be in the form of anything- and the Google Play Errors also lie among these. In the line of Google Play Errors that Android is suffering, a new error is discovered among the Android users lately: Error 110. Let’s discuss about the symptoms and the solutions of this error.
In those smartphones and tablets which are suffering with this error; while updating or installing any app from the google play store, it says “unknown error code -110“, or simply error 110. You may see this error after the app’s been downloaded, or sometimes even before that. This can occur in your device anytime, even instantly while your device is running smoothly. Usually this error is reported from the devices which have the updated OS version, and which have the Custom ROMs like CyanogenMod or other. It is also reported a lot from the tablets, rather than the smartphones. This is the worse among all errors prevailing, since the users have reported the error not been solved by several techniques too.
If your android smartphone or tablet is suffering with the same error 110 in google play while updating or installing apps, try using the following solution techniques:
This is the most simple method- all you will require is to clear the cache and data of your device. For this, go to Menu > Settings > Applications Manager > Google Play Store, and then clear the cache and data of your phone. This method has the less probability of solving the error 110 problem, but still it is useful.
Install the apps in your device manually. For this, you can see our article on how to install third party apps on Android. This will not be as good as the play store, but there are lots of APKs available to download and install outside the Play Store too.
If the Method 2 also doesn’t works, i.e. the problem persists for the installation of apks, it’s now the time for you to go to your Brand’s service center, claim your warranty (if its left) and exchange your device.