If you are recently having any issues with making in-app purchase then you can blame it to the latest Google Play store update. It has made it difficult for users to bypass the process where one has to do in-app purchases. We have curated some fixes to this problem which is very common since the google play store apk installs the latest updates on its own. Its an automated process.
We will help you with steps to downgrade the playstore apk.
This method applies to users who are running android version 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 or 8.0. You work it for Android Lollipop, Android Marshmallow, Android Nougat and Android Oreo.
1st Method: Go to the settings and see for the option Apps & Notification. If you are not on the latest Android version, this option may be only called as Applications.
2nd Step: Once inside, you can either look for the option Google Play Store or search for it. Don’t confuse it for Google Play Services.
3rd Step: Once inside, you will see the 3 dots to the right side. On some phones, it may come at the bottom. Just figure out a way to locate the 3 dots and once you find them. Click over it. Click on the option “Uninstall Updates”. This option will stop any necessary updates to the Google play store.
- Once you have downloaded the apk,
- Enable the option “Install Apps from unknown sources”, this will allow you to install apps which you download from third party
- Locate the downloaded apk and install it
- You may get warning but you can ignore it. Go ahead and install the apk
Now you will be able to make in-app purchases with ease. If you still can’t, let us know in the comment section.