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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by that_1_guy, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. that_1_guy
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    I have been having issues with google play from my verizon galaxy nexus for about a week.
    I would get error code [DF-BPA-09], would then clear cache, data, and updates from play and it would work again....for a bit.
    After a couple days of that the error code switched to [DF-BPA-13], I then cleared the Google Services Framework.
    This let me get one or two updates. Now I have a lot of updates waiting but when i update them i get a message that there was an 'error' and cannot be downloaded.
    I have emailed google support SEVERAL times but I guess no one works there.
    I have done all I know to do and at a complete loss....ANY help is greatly appreciated.:hail:

    Running:
    AOKP BUILD 39....if that helps or anything

    EDIT: now i am getting error code [RPC:AEC:0]
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    Same issue.....
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    This happened to me today. I removed my Google account that was tied to my play account, and the issue is resolved at the moment. I was just wondering if anyone had experienced this and come up with a permanent resolution.
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    I ran into this error about a month ago. For a week it would keep acting up so I ended up just flashing the ROM on a clean slate. I just backed up my apps and data via Titanium Backup and made the whole process of setting it up again alot less painful. That was the only permanent solution I found at least, then again my patience was running thin and just to avoid frustration the next day I went to the extremes of a factory reset.
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    Hayes,

    This sounds and is much more simple than starting all over with a "clean slate." Follow this link: Troubleshooting Download Issues - Google Play Help

    It's the last bullet point on the page. This provided a permanent solution for me. Hope this helps!
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