Solution to error retrieving information from server RPC: S-7: AEC-0
Before you continue reading, you notice the error code red title: only use this solution if you are getting an error with the same code, BUT NO. And seriously, different codes represent various errors, and each requiring a different solution.
However, the RPC error: S -3 usually occurs after upgrading to a new version of Android and want to install an update to an application it came from the factory, usually happens with Facebook, and this happens because the old application was not intended for the brand new features of the new Google Play.
The error RPC error: S -7 is also popping up lately but it's not clear why what is generated.
There are two methods to solve both errors disseminated...
Method 1: Level: Easy
First we have to remove our Google account settings on this device. Go to: Settings > Accounts > Google > Delete Account we .
Then, we will:
- Settings> Applications > All> Downloads > delete data.
- Settings> Applications > All> Play Store> delete data.
- Settings> Apps > All> Google Services Framework (or if they have it in English: Google Service Framework) > delete data.
- We turn off the device. Turn it on again. We are going to Settings> Accounts> Add Account, and checked again. Then go to the Play Store and it should work.
If this method does not work ... you come
Method 2. Level: Advanced / Technical
I ask you to read carefully the steps because the solution is a bit technical: as the procedure recommended by those who managed to solve it is to go to Android Store and download the APK application file in hand with the browser's own phone or tablet. If the download does not work from the device, you have to download it to your PC and copy it to the device using the USB cable to the download folder of the external memory (microSD).
The Facebook app is the one most commonly generating this error, so the tutorial will focus on solving the case of Facebook, but changing the download files can be applied to almost any application that is giving you this problem.
If your problem is with the Facebook application, you'll be able to download the APK file from this site,
Download Facebook APK
If the application that gives you problems is another, here I share with you a minitutorial so you can download the APK:
How to download APK files Google Play Store
Once we have the APK file to your Android device , to run it we will have to , first, to enable installation from Unknown Sources , going to Settings> Security> and mark the box for Unknown Sources option . In some versions, rather than security, this option may be within or Options Applications Developer .
Then with the Android file manager or any application that we could lose to handle files (Recommended: you ES File Explorer File Manager or Total Commander) will find the APK file you downloaded. If you downloaded from the device itself, certainly is in the Downloads folder (folder: sdcard / download) . If I copied it via USB, you should have copied to that folder :)
Simply open the APK file with a touch and when we asked to do , we must choose INSTALL .
If we come to realize that we had installed version is newer than the APK, must end for now, go to Settings> Applications> seek apk and uninstall. Reboot the device. We return to the Downloads folder, and now, to install the version you downloaded.
At the end, open the application and we login on Facebook with your username and password provided. Close the application and restart the device again. Now go to the Play Store to check for updates, and we should already work fine again.
When finished, do not forget to turn back the option to accept “Unknown Sources” for added safety.
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