Google Play store is the place you’re downloading applications and games from, to your Android smartphone of tablet. Sometimes, errors occur and they can be quite frustrating when you don’t know what to do, to fix those problems. Fortunately, we’re here to provide solutions to some of the most common error codes that appear while accessing the Google Play store or when downloading content from there.
Error Code 194 – When Trying To Download Apps Or Games
The solution to this problem is simple. All you need to do is clear the cache data by going to Settings > Apps or Application Manager, where they will scroll across to All, then they’ll find the Google Play Store app, tap on it, open the app details, then tap the Force stop button and finally, the Clear data button. You’ll follow the same steps with Google Play Services, because you need to clear cache data here, as well.
Error DF-BPA-09 “Error Processing Purchase”
This problem occurs when trying to download an application and you can’t fix it even if you’ll try again to download the app. In this case, you’ll head to your device’s Settings, tap on Apps or Applications Manager, swipe to the All column, scroll down to Google Services Framework and tap on Clear data, then on OK.
Error Retrieving Information From Server
If you’ll get this error, you’ll have two solutions to fix the problem: you’ll either clear data and cache in Google Play Store or Google Services Framework, or you’ll remove and re-add your Gmail account by following the steps we’ve told you above.
Google Play Store Error Code 498 – Interruption Of Downloads
If the cache is full, you are required to delete unnecessary applications and files. You will need to restart your device and boot it into recovery mode by pressing the volume down+power+home buttons / volume down+ power buttons at the same time. When the phone boots, select wipe cache partition.
Error Code 495, 941, rh01, 504,
These errors appear when trying to download applications, but they’re interrupted. You’ll need to clear data, or perform a factory reset, or delete your Google account and re-add it.
Error Code 505 – When Multiple Apps Have Duplicate Permissions
First of all, you will need to identify the application that has the same permission as the application that you’re trying to install. You’ll uninstall the application that’s causing the problem and you’ll use a find the APK file of the file you want to install and restore it. There’s a cool tool named Lucky Patcher which can do the job for you.