5 Most Common Google Play Store Errors And How To Fix Them [Tutorial]

The Google Play Store is the largest app store for Android apps and games, which acts as a giant hotspot for all the Android users.

Well, Google Play Store can be frustrating when it comes to errors. Every, Android smartphone users may have issues while downloading or purchasing from the Google Play Store.

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You find an interesting application and try to download it, but the Play Store end up with cryptic error message containing seemingly random number from Google Play Store.

Here are some of the most common Google Play Store errors, and how to fix them.

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Google Play Store Error:

Google Play Store error code DF-BPA-09 happens quite often while trying to download an app. This problem won't go if you simply try downloading again, you need to go into settings. Go to your device Settings >> Application Manager >> Google Services Framework and tap on Clear Data.

Google Play Store Error:

The error caused when you are trying to download apps or games from the Play Store. One fix for this issue is to clear the cache data for Google Play Service and Play Store apps.

Go to device Settings >> Application Manager >> Google Play Store app and tap Clear Cache.

Google Play Store Error:

This error is caused when downloading or updating apps or games from Google Play Store. To fix this issue, delete your google play store data in Settings >> Application Manager >> Google Play Store and tap on Clear Data.

Google Play Store Error:

This error appears when there is an interruption during update. The only solution is to Clear cache and Clear data in Play Store app.

Google Play Store Error:

Interruption of downloads from the Google Play Store. This problem is of cache in your device. Delete unused application and files, free some space. Restart the device in recovery mode by pressing volume down, power and home buttons together (for Samsung device) or volume down and power buttons together (for other devices) and clear Wipe cache partitions.

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