This Error Either means It can not connect to the Microsoft server OR Problem is from the Users side.
The Windows Update Error 80244019 Should get Fix automatically after few hours if the issue is from Microsoft server.
If updating the Drivers does not work you will need to move on to the next solution which involves completely uninstalling and reinstalling the Drivers.
Before uninstalling or deleting Drivers, you should uninstall the device linked to the Drivers.
So if you are getting this error while Downloading or Updating apps in Windows store then it indicates that you don't have Proper Permission to the folder in which all apps are stored.
To solve the issue follow below steps Navigate to C: Packages.
Ok so now right click on Packages and select Properties, Now Click on Advance and Give Full permission to all the users Specially the one you are signed in with in Windows. That is it, now try and see if you are still getting Error code 0x80070005.
If above methods fail to solve the problem, Then you can manually download the update from Microsoft's Servers.
Just go to Windows update history and take note of the Update Number that is failing.
Search that Number on Google or Microsoft's website; You will be then able to download the update and install it without any further issue.
You should also look at cleaning up your Registry – Click here to read our article on how cleaning your Registry can help speed up your PC.
Error code 0x8007001f often arises when you are trying to install the anniversary update for Windows 10.