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ᐈ Error retrieving information from server rpc s-7 aec-7”, How to fix it?

Getting errors every now and then when using the Google Play Store is pretty much common and happens to a lot of people, who waste a good amount of their time trying to solve them wether if said errors are too complex or the user lacks proper information.

There are many types of errors emerging from the Google Play Store app when trying to install applications. The “error retrieving information from the rpc s-7 aec-7 server” is one of them. This is a common problem among the Android operating system users.

This error can give you a headache at any time. It basically appears when you are trying to install or update an app or game. In other words, this error not only prevents the users from having access to install new applications, but also prevents them from updating those apps that have already been installed on their devices.

This error can be seen equally on phones, tablets, and even on the Bluestacks emulator despite the operating system being utilized. But do not worry, since all of the solutions we are about to mention will work on both platforms.

Therefore if you want to get rid of it and go back to an error-free Google Play Store, here are some methods you should try out:

Delete the cache and data of the google play store app, Google Services Framework and Google play services

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  1. Open the Settings menu on the Android device, then scroll down until you see the Applications or Application Manager tab and tap on it.
  2. Look for the Google Play Services app, once you find it tap on it and then tap on the Clear Data and Clear Cache buttons.
  3. When the process has been finished, go back and look for Google Services Framework and Google Play Services, then repeat the step aforementioned to delete their respective Data and Cache too.
  4. Restart your Android device and try to use Google Play Store to see if the problem has been fixed.

Remove the google account from the device and add it again

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  1. Open the Settings menu on the Android device, then scroll down until you see the Accounts tab, tap on it and then select the Google tab.
  2. Select your main account and remove it.
  3. Go back to the main Settings menu on the Android device and then tap on the Applications or Application Manager tab.
  4. Select one by one the Google apps including Google Chrome and delete the Cache and Data again as mentioned in the previous method.
  5. Then add your Google account again by following the first step (you can also use a different one since it will not have any extra effect in the process).

Uninstall The current google play store app update

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  1. Open the Settings menu on the Android device, then scroll down until you see the Applications or Application Manager tab and tap on it.
  2. Select the Google Play Store app and tap on the Uninstall Updates option, wait for the process to finalize and then restart your device.
  3. Go to the Google Play Store app and try to either install a new app or game or update one you currently have in order to see if the method worked or not.

Perform a factory reset on your android device

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If the problem persists in every app you want to install, try performing a factory reset on the Android device. If you are a Bluestacks user, you can update it to the latest version or reinstall it. In many cases this method can solve not only this but also many other serious problems.

  1. In order to do this on your mobile device, open the Settings menu, then scroll down until you see the System tab and tap on it.
  2. Select the Reset option, swipe up to scroll down to the bottom of the page and then select the Reset Phone button.
  3. Enter your device PIN and tap on Continue, then select the Erase Everything option.
  4. Your device will reboot and you can go through the initial setup as if it were a new phone.

There are high possibilities that these methods will definitely fix the rpc s-7 aec-7 error. Nevertheless, if none of them do the job, you still can install your desired application through an alternative way. Try downloading the apk file of the app by searching for it on Google and installing it.

Before doing so, you need to go to the Settings menu, tap on the Security tab and enable the Unknown Sources option.

Never download apk from untrusted and unauthorized websites. There are also ways to install the app directly from the PC to the phone if it makes it easier for you.


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