How to Fix All Google Play Store App Download Errors

Google Play is one of the biggest and most favorite place of all Android users to download apps and games. But, still there may be several problems that you may face while downloading or installing the apps in your device. So, if you’re also having some problem in app downloading on Google Play Store, this article will be very helpful for you because here I will tell you some most common Google Play Store app download errors with appropriate solutions.

Solving the Google Play App Download Errors:

Errror 495: Problem downloading apps from Google Play

Solution: To fix this Google Play Store app download error, you will have to Delete your Google Play Store data in Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store > Clear data. Delete data from Google Services Framework from Settings > App Manager > All > Google Services Framework > Clear Data.

After this, Delete your Google account on the device, reboot your phone and re-add your Google account in Settings > Accounts > Add Account > Google Account.

Error DF-BPA-09: Error processing purchase

Solution: Google Play Error Processing Purchase DF-BPA-09 sometimes happens to Android users when trying to download or purchase an app. To fix this problem, you’ll need to go to Settings > Applications or App Manager > All > Google Services Framework and choose Clear Data then click on OK.

After doing this, this problem should be fixed. But, if it still remains, go on to the Google Play site on your PC and install the app in your PC that is giving you issues on your smartphone or tablet from there. And when you go back to your device, the install should work.

Error 941: Interruption during update

Solution: To fix this Google Play Store error, you will have to clear your Google Play Store cache. So, go to Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Storeand clear cache and data. In the same place, scroll down to Download Manager and clear cache and data for it too. Try the update again and it should work now.

Error 491: Downloads and uploads impossible

Solution: This problem can be solved by removing your Google account and rebooting the device and adding Google account again. To remove your Google account go to Settings > Accounts > Google and hit Remove Account. After this, again in the Settings go to Applications and swipe to find “All” of your Apps. Here scroll down to Google Services, click on Clear Data and finally Force Stop it.

Error 504: App could not be downloaded due to an error

Solution: It’s also very simple to solve issue. Just go to Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store and clear app cache and data. Also clear app cache and data for Google Services Framework. This should work.

Error 498: Interruption of downloads from Google Play Store

Solution: This problem indicates that cache of your smartphone is full. So, you should delete useless apps and files from your device. After that, restart your smartphone in recovery mode by pressing the volume down, power and home buttons (for Samsung devices) or volume down and power (for most other devices).

Error 492: Impossible to install an application due to the Dalvik cache

Solution: Under settings, find Apps, then swipe to All and scroll down to Google Services. Here, select clear data and then force stop. Do the same for the Google Play Store app.

If the problem is not solved, try deleting the Dalvik cache. To do this, enter the custom recovery mode (this can only done if you have root access). Another solution is complete data wipe/factory reset. This option applies to all users and can be done in recovery mode. Make sure you have backed up everything you wish to keep because it will wipe your complete data.

Error 927: Problem because an update of the Play Store is in progress

Solution: I hope you can understand why this problem occurs as already mentioned in the error line. So, it is necessary to fully upgrade Google Play Store to fix this error. You should wait a few minutes until the Google Play Store is completely upgraded.

If the problem persists, go to settings, then Apps, swipe to All and locate the Google Services. Tap on clear data and then force stop. Do the same with the Google Play Store application.

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