How to resolve "Package File is Invalid" error when installing or updating Evernote for Android
Google Play and Android apps sometimes fail to install properly and display a "Package File is Invalid" error. You may check Google's site for details and updates, but in the meantime here are some steps that have worked for other Evernote users.
Change your internet connection
This error is sometimes related to your internet connection. Try turning off your Wi-Fi and downloading the app or updates from a cellular or mobile data connection or a different Wi-Fi connection.
Uninstall and reinstall Evernote
Simply try uninstalling and reinstalling the application or the update.
Clear your Google Play Store data and cache
- Open Settings, then go to Manage Applications > All Applications > Google Play Store > Clear Data and Clear Cache
Uninstall Play Store updates:
- Open Settings, then go to Manage Applications > All applications > Google Play Store > Uninstall Updates
- Log out of your Google Play Store account and log back in, then reboot your device
- Open Settings, then go to Manage Applications > All Applications > Locate Google services Framework > Clear Data
5. Force downloads to go through a VPN application (advanced users):
- Download Hideman VPN app from Play Store or try to download Hideman APK from Google
- Open Hideman VPN and connect with the VPN server of any country provided in the list
- Open Google Play Store and download Evernote
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