How to Fix Snapchat Error 910

Everyone experiences some crashes or errors with apps on their phone at some point, and if you have been using Snapchat for a long time or installed and reinstalled the app a couple of times, you may have encountered the infamous Error Code 910. Error 910 doesn’t just happen to Snapchat, it can also happen with pretty much any app you can download from Google Play.

This error prevents you from installing or updating Snapchat, but worry not as we have found the most common causes and resolutions to this error and we would like to share them with you.

Causes of Error Code 910

There are a couple of things that can cause this to happen, from Snapchat and Google Play malfunctioning to issues relating to your SD card.


1. Cache Folder with Corrupted Data

The error may occur due to some improperly cached data in the installation folder of your Google Play Store app. The usual fix for this is to clear the cache and app data from the Google Play Store app.

2. Issues with Your Google Account

Sometimes your Google Account can get corrupted for no apparent reason, and the most common way of fixing it is by signing out of and in to it.

3. Corrupted SD Card

If the data on your SD card gets corrupted, there is a possibility of Error 910 occurring. This is usually resolved by ejecting your SD card.

4. Non-Accessible SD Card

The error happens way more frequently on Android devices that do use an SD card for extra memory. It’s probably related to the formatting of the memory card, and the best way to fix it is by moving Snapchat to your device’s internal storage and updating it from there.

5. Google Play Store Bug

Sometimes this error occurs because there is an incompatibility between your Device and the Snapchat App, and to get around this issue, you have to download Snapchat from an external website.

Error 910 Fixes

We have previously mentioned what the possible fixes are for Snapchat’s Error Code 910, but now we will delve into the details of how to implement them.

1. Clearing Google Play Store Cache

This is one of the most common and easiest methods for resolving this error. If the issue arises from badly cached data, clearing the cached data of the Google Play Store app will fix the issue permanently.

  1. From your device’s Home Screen, tap the Settings menu. Once inside the menu, scroll down and tap on Apps
  2. Scroll through the list until you find the Google Play Store app then tap it open.
  3. Tap on Storage
  4. After that, tap on Clear data, and once the process finishes tap on Clear cache as well.
  5. Reboot your device and try updating or installing Snapchat.

2. Re-enter Your Google Account

If the first method doesn’t fix the problem, you should try this one next as it is the second most common way of resolving the issue.

  1. Tap open the Settings menu, then scroll down to tap open the Accounts menu.
  2. Find your Google account and tap on it. If you have multiple Google accounts synced on your device, do the following step for both.
  3. Tap on your account and then click the Remove button near the bottom right corner.
  4. Once removed, return to the Accounts menu and tap Add account.
  5. Choose Google and follow the instructions to re-add your Google account.
  6. Reboot your device and try updating or installing Snapchat.

3. Ejecting the SD Card

On newer Android phones, the SD Card is bothersome to eject as you might have to use a pin to eject it manually. Luckily your Android device has a built-in function for ejecting the SD card virtually with the same result.

Ejecting the SD Card

  1. Tap open the Settings menu, and tap on Storage.
  2. Once inside the Storage screen, tap on Unmount SD card and confirm.
  3. Open the Google play store and try updating or installing Snapchat again.

4. Moving the App to Internal Storage

If ejecting the SD Card didn’t work, you can try moving Snapchat to your phones internal storage and updating it, then moving it back to your SD card.

  1. Open Settings, then scroll down and tap on Apps.
  2. Locate the Snapchat app and tap on it.
  3. Tap on Storage, then tap on Change storage location and move it to Internal Storage.
  4. Once moved, try to update Snapchat again.
  5. If everything works, go into Change storage location and move it back to the SD Card.

5. Downloading the App from Another Website

If none of the previous fixes worked for you then this should be your last option. You will have to download Snapchat from a third-party website, but be careful as a lot of these websites are shady and can cause more issues.

  1. Visit the 3rd party website. We have found that APK Mirror is pretty reliable, but feel free to use another one if you feel it is more trusted.
  2. Use the site’s search function and find the latest version of Snapchat then tap on it. On APK Mirror, you will find the listed versions of Snapchat when you scroll down.
  3. Click on the Download APK button and wait until the download is complete. On APK Mirror, you will find the download button on the right side.
  4. If this is the first time you have downloaded an APK, a notification will pop up blocking installation from unknown sources. If this is the case, you have to go to Settings and tap on Security and Privacy and change Install unknown apps behavior to Allowed under your Browser.
  5. Open the APK and follow the prompts to install or update Snapchat.

No Other Options?

Well, not quite. These 5 solutions work in the majority of Error Code 910 cases and they are very straightforward, except the last one that is a bit more complex. There are other options but they require a bit more technical know-how, but you can search for them online if the error continues. We hope that our guide helped you out, and happy Snapchatting!

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