Google Play “No Connection – Try Again” Error

How to resolve Google Play Store “No Connection – Try Again” Error ? Sometimes you come across a very strange error – “No connection – Try Again” when you want to install an app from Google Play Store on Android. Usually this error means that your device is offline and not connected via WiFi, USB tethering or Internet over 2G/3G/4G cell phone data connection.However, if this error keeps appearing even when you are connected online, then it becomes very frustrating. You can access various websites in the browser on your Android, but Google PlayStore won’t come online. If the error doesn’t go away even after rebooting, then you can follow these steps:

How to fix Google Play Store “No Connection – Try Again” Error

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  1. Since your device’s PlayStore is not working, you cannot download any apps from there. Hosts Editor APK from and install it on your device. If you don’t sideload an app, you can read –  How to install apps from APK files on Android.
  2. Launch the Hosts Editor app and select all entries with google domains (e.g.,,, etc.). Then tap Delete from the top option at the top.
  3. You will be asked if you want to delete all selected master records. Choose Delete’ to continue    and remove them.
  4. Restart Android and you should now be able to access the Google PlayStore without any problems.


Some system optimizer applications may modify the hosts file to establish a fast connection to Google servers but then cause PlayStore connection problems. You can get Play Store working again by removing the Google servers hosts file entries.

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