Users have taken to Twitter to report problems with the Google Play Store, which has been down for a few hours. It appears that a 'DF-DFERH-01' error is being discovered, which has resulted in various functions of the online store not working as they should have.
On Tuesday, 20th September, the Down Detector feature that hosts various applications reportedly appeared to be down for a portion of its users. Google has not reportedly resolved the issue. Users have noticed that they can't download applications from the store because of a huge delay. A couple of others have complained that they aren't even able to sign in or make any purchases.
On Tuesday, Google's Down Detector reportedly appeared to be down for a portion of its users, which have endured more than six hours of work. Despite the delay, users have stated that they can't download anything from the Google Play Store. The issue with the download clearly indicates that the download is ongoing. Some users have expressed frustration that they aren't even able to sign in or make purchases.
Users have complained that they are being denied access to the Online Store due to the 'DF-DFERH-01' error. Twitter is abuzz with tweets indicating that the Google Play Store is down? Another user asked@GooglePlay is down? Can you confirm that the issue is the code df-dferh-01?
There are a couple of possible troubleshooting strategies you may follow for a potential solution:
- Ensure you have strong Wi-Fi or mobile data association to enable continuous download of applications.
- Check the storage on your gadget.
- Close and reopen the Google Play Store or uninstall and reinstall it.
- Clean cache and information off of Google Play Services.
The DF-DFERH-01 issue on the Google Play Store while making in-app purchases and downloading games often resolves itself sooner or later. Not surprisingly, we will update when and when there are any new enhancements to the issue.
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