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Anyone that has a mobile device running on Android knows about the Google Play Store, at the same time, there are a lot of bugs and errors that you find on Android’s official store, but you can fix them with the help of some solutions that we’re going to tell you about below.

Google Play Store: Error Code 194

This error is happening when you try to download games or application from Android’s official store.

How To Fix It

To fix this issue, you will need to clear the cache data for both the Google Play Store and Google Play Services, to do this, head to your device’s Settings->Apps (or Application Manager), swipe to “All” column and then look for Google Play Store app. Open the application details and tap the “Force stop” button. After that, you will need to tap on the “Clear data” button. After that, repeat the process with the Google Play Services (you will find it in the same location).

Google Play Store: Install Error Code 961

This is caused when you try to install Android applications that you’ve just purchased from the Google Play Store.

How To Fix It

First of all, make sure that you that you get a refund for the application that you’ve just purchased (you can do this within 15 minutes after purchasing). After that go to your device’s Settings->Applications->All->Google Play Store and tap on the “Clear Cache” button. If this doesn’t fix the issue, go back to location we’ve mentioned above and tap on the “Clear Data” button as well.

Google Play Store: Error Code 941

When you will notice this error on the Google Play Store, it means that the update was interrupted.

How To Fix It

To fix this issue, you will need to head to your device’s Settings->Apps->All->Google Play Store tap on the “Clear Data” and “Clear Cache” buttons, after that, you can try to update again and see if it works.

Google Play Store: Error Code 919

When you receive this error code, it means that the applications are downloaded from Google Play Store, but they won’t open once they’re downloaded.

How To Fix It

When this happens you don’t have enough free space on your Android device, just delete useless files such as old photos or videos that you don’t need anymore.

Google Play Store: Error code 491

This error is occurring when you try to update or download applications.

How To Fix It

First of all, you will need to remove your Google account by going to your device’s Settings->Accounts and Google->Remove Account. Restart the Android device and after that add back your Google account. Finally, head to your device’s Settings->Apps->All->Google Services and tap on the “Clear data” and “Force Stop” buttons.

Google Play Store – Error DF-BPA-09 (Error Processing Purchase)

This error happens very often when you are trying to download an application from Android’s official store, unfortunately, this problem won’t go away if you retry to download the application and instead you will need to follow some steps.

How To Fix It

First of all, you will need to go to your device’s Settings->Apps (or Application Manager), swipe to “All” column and scroll down until you find “Google Services Framework”, here, you will need to select “Clear data” and then tap “OK”.

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