Folks, it’s time for “another” android fix. The Error 921 is a common code that pops up when you are trying to update or install apps from the Google Store (Google Play Store previously). The error pop up reads – “apps could not be downloaded due to an error occurred (921)”. Well, the fix is pretty simple and long time Android user have encountered this problem a number of times and already know what to do. As for you, the solution for the 921 error is the same as another common Android issue – the RPC:S-5:AEC-0 error.
Note: In case, you have older version of Android or cannot remove your Google account from the settings. You should try this link to manually remove Gmail account from Android without factory reset.
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It works! Thank you so much! 🙂
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thank you so much worked a dream 🙂
Worked perfectly thanks
Thanks… your post its been very helpful!
Thanks Man 🙂 Great work
it didn’t worked for me.. pls help.. I followed all your instructions.. 🙁
Ye didn’t work for me either
didnt work so i reset my phone
hi it’s better to reset your phone 🙂
did’nt work for mee too.. i restarted my phone but still problem is there.. wut should i do know! plz tell me..!
I’ve lost my contacts after unlinking google account. linked same account again but some contacts are not showing
..pls help me..
It didn’t work for me also… I’ve lost my other contacts! I followed all your steps… pls help us fix this problem…
My play store don’t want to open and asks for redeem password. Please help to reset my play store
Its Work for me as well. Thanks alot for the kind support.
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