did you greenify playstore/services? coz this error happened to me before. After de-greenifying them, back to normal.
Nopes I didn't,it (play store services)was from stock, all I did was root two days back. And this problem of not being able to download more than 48mb was there from day 1of purchase, and yesterday I just uninstalled Google play store and Google play services.
I had this issue before, like I accidentally uninstalled the playstore and playstore services. I wasn't so patient enough to read anymore for solutions, so I Flashed back to stock and unrooted. Then rooted again.
I didn't uninstall updates, I uninstalled the app itself, and yes I'm rooted. When you said uninstall playstore, I had that option only, so should I do a factory reset? Why is it not working when I downloaded a new version?
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In the op you said new and stock phone,i thought you are not rooted.
Here is the playstore http://d-h.st/M5s
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