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  1. Adam Kaas

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    Hello,

    I've seen many threads of people not being able to download things from the Play Store with the error referenced in the title. My problem is I can download anything I want from the play store, but I can't do in-app purchases without receiving the above error. I'm using a DROID MAXX on Wi-Fi only (Not currently connected to a carrier). Any suggestions? I've tried removing my account and re-adding it. I just recently performed a factory reset as well. I've cleared all of the data and cache data for Google Play Service and the framework. I'm out of ideas.
     

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    Welcome to our AndroidForums, @Adam Kaas.

    I thought this sounded familiar and found a thread from last Fall:


    with the end-result being to:

    -Go to Settings->Applications->Manage Applications->All
    -Select "Clear Data" for Google Play Services and Google Service Framework
    -Reboot the device​

    (edit: it does seem like you've already tried this, though :( )

    Not 100% sure that will work, but thought I'd suggest it...

    Cheers!
     
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    Double check that time and date is correct.

    Following these steps will sync your device with our servers.

    1. Open your device's main Settings app.
    2. Touch Date and time.
    3. If you see "Automatic date & time" and "Automatic time zone," uncheck them.
    4. Manually change the date and time so that they are wrong.
      • Note: don't worry - we'll change them back to the right date and time in a minute.
    5. Tap the Home Screen button.
    6. Go back to your Date and time settings (repeat steps 1 & 2).
    7. Manually change the date and time, so that they are correct.
    8. Re-check the boxes for "Automatic date & time" and "Automatic time zone."
     
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    @scary alien @tube517 Thank you for your contributions. Unfortunately neither method works. Again, I can download things from the play store, but I can't make in-app purchases.
     
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