Play Store is a great resource to download any app for an Android device, but sometimes, you can face with the Google Play 403 error “Failed to download the application”. So what is a 403 error code and what causes the 403 error?
The first meaning why such error 403 could occur is a bad Internet connection.
What else does a 403 error code mean?
Error code 403 means also the lack of free device memory space. It can be that there is a lot of free memory on the SD-card, you need to transfer data there to end up receiving Android error 403 Google Play Store. Unfortunately, not all devices can install applications from the Play Market on the SD card and the device memory may not be enough, because the system store there not only Android system files, but also all application data and cache.
Still have the question “what kind of error 403?”. Another common problem that causes the question is “what is a 403 error?” In the Play Store, Google account synchronization fails, which causes a 403 error, which does not allow downloading applications from the Play Store.