8 Google Play Error Codes And Their Solutions

8 Google Play Error Codes And Their Solutions : Have you ever found yourself in the following situation? You’re browsing through the Play store, find a really cool and useful app, download it, and then receive some cryptic error message with what appears to be a handful of useless numbers. It’s darn aggravating, right?
8 Google Play Error Codes And Their Solutions

Don’t worry. We’ve all been there and are here to provide you with eight of the most common Play store errors you’re likely to encounter – and their solutions.

Here are some of the most commonly faced 8 Google play error codes And their Solution


1. ERROR Code 194


It’s an error that occurs while downloading apps and games from the Google play store.

How to fix?

  • First of all, make sure that you have the latest version of Google play store.

  • This error could be fixed by clearing Google play store and Google play services data.

  • To clear Google play store data, open it in the application manager and tap ” CLEAR DATA “ .

Doing so will delete all the data or login information shared with Google play store.

2. EROR Code DF-BPA-09


This error occurs while downloading or purchasing apps and games from the Google play store. Here the problem is with the Google play services and not the Google play store.

How To Fix It?

  • Go to your phone’s settings

  • Open “Application manager” or “Apps”

  • Swipe to “All” column

  • Scroll down and look for “Google services framework”

  • Open it and tap on “CLEAR DATA”


3. ERROR Code RH01


This error occurs when Google play store is facing problem retrieving information from the server.

How to Fix It?

Clear Google services framework data. Remove and re-add your Google account.

Here’s how to remove your Google account:

  1. Open your phone’s settings app

  2. Look for “Accounts” which is under “Personal” subheading

  3. Tap on “Accounts” and then tap on “Google”

  4. Next, tap on your Gmail ID

  5. Now, tap on the three vertical dots on the top right of the screen

  6. Select “Remove account” from the menu

  7. On the pop-up menu tap on “Remove account”

Now your Gmail account is removed from your device. To re-add that account simply open any Google app and log in using the required information.

4. ERROR Code 495


This error means that there is a problem in downloading or updating apps and games from the Google play store.

How to Fix It?

This error can be fixed by clearing data from Google play store and Google services framework. Both are accessible via application manager in your phone’s settings.

5. ERROR Code 919


This error occurs when the app or game is downloaded but cannot be opened.

How to Fix It?

The problem is due to low storage. Try uninstalling the apps that you don’t use anymore. Remove the stuff that is taking unnecessary space in your phone’s storage.

6. ERROR Code 927


This error means that apps will not be downloaded because Google play store is updating.

How to Fix It?

Wait till the Google play store updating process finishes.

7.ERROR Code 481


This error means that there is a problem with your Google account.

How to Fix It?

Remove your Google account and then re-add it.The steps to do so are mentioned above.

8. ERROR Code 492


This error means that apps cannot be installed due to Dalvik cache.

How to Fix It?

  • Rooted users can delete Dalvik cache by entering the recovery mode.

  • Non-rooted users can perform a factory reset .Make sure to backup your data since all your data will be deleted after factory reset.

You’ve probably caught on that there is a standard way of alleviating most Google Play errors.

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