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HELP. Error 927 from the Play Store

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26th January 2014, 03:23 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys. Cam someone help me figure out a fix for error 927 in the play store. It won't allow me to update or download any apps. Some times it will work but man its driving me nuts. I Googled it like crazy and none of the "fixes" i find work. I talked to Google support today and that was a huge waste. I created and new Gmail and bam all is good but the biggest problem is of course all my paid apps are attached to my original Gmail. Does anyone know of a real fix or am i just out all the money I've spent in apps since 2009😭

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26th January 2014, 01:49 PM   |  #2  
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Any body have this issue too?

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28th January 2014, 03:33 PM   |  #3  
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Hey guys. Cam someone help me figure out a fix for error 927 in the play store. It won't allow me to update or download any apps. Some times it will work but man its driving me nuts. I Googled it like crazy and none of the "fixes" i find work. I talked to Google support today and that was a huge waste. I created and new Gmail and bam all is good but the biggest problem is of course all my paid apps are attached to my original Gmail. Does anyone know of a real fix or am i just out all the money I've spent in apps since 2009😭

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Wow that is weird if it is tied to your account specifically. Let's narrow it down to see...

Update apps on different network connection. Try both 4g and over WiFi/secondary WiFi. Does error still occur?

Force stop Play Store, Google Services Framework, and Google Account Sync. Uninstall Play Store Updates, and clear data within each app/service. Reboot the phone. Does error still occur?

Remove your account entirely from your phone and add a different account, reboot phone. Does error still occur?
28th January 2014, 03:53 PM   |  #4  
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If you have 2 accounts setup make sure you choose the account tied to those apps in the play store. Sometimes it defaults to the last one you added.

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30th January 2014, 07:28 PM   |  #5  
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Wow that is weird if it is tied to your account specifically. Let's narrow it down to see...

Update apps on different network connection. Try both 4g and over WiFi/secondary WiFi. Does error still occur?

Force stop Play Store, Google Services Framework, and Google Account Sync. Uninstall Play Store Updates, and clear data within each app/service. Reboot the phone. Does error still occur?

Remove your account entirely from your phone and add a different account, reboot phone. Does error still occur?

i was having this issue too and i did what you suggested and all is well now thanks
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