How To Fix Google Play Store RPC:S-3 Error [Retreiving Information From Server]

There’s a number of Google Play Store errors that can be easily resolved by touching up a few options in the Google Play Store and Google Play services applications, but the RPC:S-3 Error, that occurs when your Google Play Store cannot retrieve information from the server, happens to be the most annoying one you might ever come across. It doesn’t let you update any application, doesn’t let you download and install any application. As soon as you tap the update / download button, the error pop ups and also comes up in the notification bar. Just yesterday, this error came up on my Galaxy Tab 4, and it annoyed me while I wasn’t able to fix it by clearing up Play Store’s data, cache, removing and re-adding Google account, clearing the cache of Google Play services. After a little work around, I was able to get across this error and finally got my Google Play Store working, the culprit behind this problem was the outdated Google Play Services.

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Since the Google Play Services application outdated, as It couldn’t get updated due to some problem, it caused the disturbed the functionality of all other Google Applications on the device. While Play Store couldn’t work during this trouble, you won’t be able to update Play Services using it, the only solution is to install it manually and refresh everything. If you’re going through this annoying error at the moment and you just got here while looking for a solution, you’ve spotted the right place. As you scroll down, you will the method to resolve this RPC:S-3 [Error Retrieving Information From Server].10719512_10204305650654056_1302502595_n

How To Fix Google Play Store RPC:S-3 Error [Retreiving Information From Server]

  1. Download and install latest Google Play Services APK, current version is 6.1.11 – Find the guide to install here.
  2. Now on your Android device, go to Settings > Apps / Application Manager > All > Google Play Store > Clear Data
  3. Now on your Android device, go to Settings > Apps / Application Manager > All > Google Play Services > Clear Cache
  4. Now reboot your device, and check out the Google Play Store, the error should be resolve now.
  5. Just in case it still comes up, boot your device into recovery mode and clear the cache of your device.
  6. That’s all!

To resolve other issues with your Google Play Store, check out this guide.

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