In this article, we will show you how to fix Google Play Error called; “Your device isn’t compatible with this version” while you download or update any App or Game from Google Play Store. Here we have mentioned below two methods to solve this problem on any Android smartphone. Now follow mentioned below instructions to fix this issue on your Android device.

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Clear Data and Cache of Google Play Services

In the method one, only you need to clear App Cache and data from Application manager. To fix this error on your Android smartphone, you need to Clear Data and Cache from “Google Play Store,” “Google Service Framework” and lastly also clear data and cache from “Download manager.”

Step 1: First Go to “Settings” of your Android device, Scroll down and select Apps (Application manager)
Step 2: On the “Apps,” swipe to “All” section then scroll down and select “Google Play Store.”
Step 3: From the Google Play Store app info, tap “Clear Data” and “Clear Cache” buttons
Step 4: Go back to “All” section, select “Google Service Framework” app
Step 5: Again perform “Clear cache” and “Clear Data.”
Step 6: Again from “All” section and select “Download Manager” app
Step 7: Now Clear data and Cache of Download Manager

After completing this process, try to download or update app or games from Google Play Store.

Remove Google Account and reconfigure to your phone

In this process, you will need to remove and reconfigure your Google Account to solve this error. Now follow these simple instructions to solve this Google Play Error on your device.

Step 1: Open “Settings” on your Android smartphone
Step 2: Scroll down and select “Accounts” option and open it
Step 3: Choose “Google” under the Accounts section
Step 4: Now click on Email account that configures with Google Play Store
Step 5: After this, tap on “Three Dotted Menu” button and choose “Remove Account” option
Step 6: Finally press “OK” button to complete this action
Step 7: Now Restart your Android device, then open “Google Play Store.”
Step 8: Now Reconfigure your Google Play Store and try to download or update App or Game from Google Play Store

If all above methods fail or not working on your Android smartphone, then you need to perform factory data reset on your Android smartphone to fix this error. This is the simple way to fix all Android smartphone errors.

How to perform factory data reset:

  • Open “Settings” on your phone
  • Scroll down and choose “Backup & Reset” option
  • Now tap on “Factory data Reset” option under the Personal data section
  • Tap on “Reset Phone” button

After factory data reset, if you still getting this types of error or problem then check for system Firmware update.

To check system update;

“Settings” > Scroll down and“About” > “System Update

We hope this guide will fix your error for this device isn’t compatible with this version. Do share your reviews and comments about this topic. If you want us something more valuable in this article, feel free to share your thoughts with us.

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Bharat Dudhrejiya loves to write about android smartphones and tablets. He also loves to read books, playing cricket and games on phone.