How to Fix Error Code 495

In my posts, I’ve already talked about error codes 194, 406, 491, 492, 497, 504, 905, 919, 920, 923, 926, 963, 910, 924, 927, 941, 961, 971, DF-DFERH-01, RH-01, and connection timed out error.

In this post, we’ll see the diverse ways to fix Google Play Store error code 495. Let’s get started.

Fix Error Code 495

Method #1

Restart your Android device.

Method #2

Try a different internet connection.

For example, if you’re in the mobile data connection, then switch to Wi-Fi.

Method #3

  1. Open Settings on your Android device.
Settings app
  1. Tap on Apps & notifications.
  1. Tap See all X apps (X is a number).
See all 67 apps option
  1. Hit the Google Play Store.
Google Play Store app
  1. Tap three vertical dots at the top right.
App info screen of Google Play Store app
  1. Hit Uninstall updates option.
Uninstall updates option
  1. Tap Ok in the pop-up.
Google Play Store pop-up

Method #4

  1. Open Settings.
Settings app
  1. Hit on Apps & notifications.
  1. Tap See all X apps (X is a number).
See all 67 apps option
  1. Hit the Google Play Store.
Google Play Store app
  1. Hit Storage.
App info screen of Google Play Store app
  1. Tap Clear Storage.
Clear Storage button
  1. Tap Ok in the pop-up.
Delete app data pop-up
  1. Hit the Back button twice.
  1. Tap the three vertical dots and then tap the Show system.
  1. Hit the Google Services Framework.
  1. Repeat above steps five, six, and seven.

Method #5

  1. Launch Settings.
  1. Hit Accounts.
  1. Tap your Google account.
  1. Hit Remove Account button.
Remove Account button
  1. Tap on Remove Account option in the pop-up.
Remove account pop-up
  1. Add the same Google account to your Android device.