Google Play error 492 is an error that usually occurs when users are trying to update or install an app from the Google Play Store.
Some of the solutions to this error include checking your internet connection, unmounting the SD card, clearing the cache, and restoring your device to its factory settings.
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
Solution 1. Check internet connection
“Google Play error 492” may occur if your internet connection is not stable. Check if you’re having a good signal. If you have a Speedtest.net app run it, to check if the internet connection is at the subscribed speed. If the internet speed is far below from the normal speed, contact your internet service provider (ISP) or try it later.
Solution 2. Unmount SD Card
NOTE: Please skip this solution if the android device does not use an SD card.
“Google Play error 492” could be a result of an SD card problem. Try to reconnection your SD card on your Android device or re-mount the SD card using the settings. To unmount the SD card, see it below.
If the “Google Play error 492” is still occurring, temporary remove the SD card, then restart the android device and then reinstall the application that has an error 492. If “Google Play error 492″ was fixed, it is possible that the SD card is damaged or corrupt. Another possibility is that the application does not like or compatible storage in an SD card.
Solution 3. Clear the cache
“Google Play store error 492” may also occur due to damaged cache and data. If the error only exists in a certain application, please delete the cache and data of that app. If all applications are experiencing the error, please clear the cache of the Google Play Store.
Clear the Application Cache
Clear the Cache of Google Play store
Solution 4. Restore device to factory settings
If none of the previous solutions work and “Google Play error 492” persists, consider restoring your device to its factory settings to fix the error.