Most of the time, Google Play Store errors are caused by intermittent or slow internet. If you are on mobile data, try to connect the device to a strong Wi-Fi network. If Google Play Store is not downloading while you are connected to Wi-Fi, you may need to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi first. The general rule is to ensure that your phone has a stable internet connection before you start to download anything from the Play Store app.
How to check the Internet connectivity
If you are connected within a Wi-Fi network, you may find Wi-Fi status on the bar whether it has strong or weak internet connectivity. If you are using your mobile data, you will need to ensure that you have enabled mobile data via your Quick panel. Follow the steps below to check your mobile data available.
Step 1. Swipe down from the top screen to access your Quick panel.
Step 2. Turn Mobile data on.