Google Play – Error DF-BPA-09 ‘Error Processing Purchase’
Google Play Error Processing Purchase DF-BPA-09 will often occur when you are trying to download an app. This problem can’t be solved if you are simply trying to download it again. So you must go to the Settings.
The problem is not due to the individual users, but to the Google Play itself. So, you have to follow the below steps carefully to fix the error.
- Go to the Settings of your device
- Tap on Apps or Applications Manager i.e. the name will vary depending on your device.
- Now you can swipe to the All column.
- Now, do Scroll down until you see the Google Services Framework.
- Finally, choose Clear data and then OK.
If the above steps don’t work means, go to the Google Play site on your PC and install the app which is giving you the issues on your smartphone or tablet from there. If you go back to your device, the install should work.
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Google Play – Error DF-BPA-30
The Google servers are the main reason for coming to this error. Now let us see how to fix the error.
- First, you have to open the Google Play Store on the web.
- Now you have to choose an application install it on your Android phone, that will logically send you the infamous error called DF-BPA-30.
- Now get back on your smartphone and then try the download, which should now be operational again.
Alternatively, you have to try to delete the data or clear the cache of Google Play Services.
Google Play – Error DF-DLA-15
When you are downloading an update or an application may fail the request will cause this error. Now let us see the fix for this issue.
The first thing to do is to clear the cache and data of the Play Store app. To do this, go to the Settings, select the Applications and look for the Play Store and you can delete the cache and data. In some smartphones, you have to enter into the Storage tab to see this option.
This method will fix the problem but if it continues, you have to go to your account settings and then delete your phone’s Google account. Once you’ve done this, you just need to go back in and then reinsert it.
Google Play – Error rh01
You have to face this error when you are retrieving an information from the server.
First, you have to go to the Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store and then select both Clear data and Clear cache. Do the same for Google Services Framework.
You have to remove and re-add your Gmail account on your phone and then restart your device and then re-add your Gmail account.
Google Play – [Error:rpc:aec:0]
When you are trying to download an app from the google play store, you may receive this error. So, we have to fix this error by doing the following steps.
Initially, You can remove your Google account and also remove the all synced accounts. Now you have to go to the Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store and then select the Clear data. Once done, you have to restart your device and then try again.