Android devices running Android 7.0 or higher have been plagued by problems with the Play Store, which has a new “play” button to quickly download and play apps from the Play store.
If you have problems with downloading apps, you can check out a workaround on our post How to update Google Play to fix the problem.
But it’s not all bad news.
Google Play has a feature called “Restore” which will restore some of your apps to a fresh state.
You can also uninstall apps that you don’t need.
So if you have an Android device running Android 5.0.2, or Android 5, 5.1, 5, 4.4, or 4.2.1 (or any other version of Android) and it’s been offline for at least a week, it’s possible to restore your apps without reinstalling the Play app, according to a post by the Google Developers on the Android forum.
This is not something that will automatically install apps and it may take a few minutes, but it’s an option.
We recommend following these steps if you’re still having problems with Google Play: Go to Settings > General > About and let the software update process complete.
Once it completes, restart the device and open Google Play.
Restart the device again to restore.
For users who have been offline a lot, this may be a temporary solution to help them download and install apps.
You may also want to go ahead and delete any old apps you don’st need to use anymore, if you still have them.
Google also says it is working on a fix for the issue.
Google is rolling out an Android fix for this issue, so we’re sure the Play platform will support this soon.