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Google Play comes pre-installed on Android devices that run Android OS version 2.2 (Froyo) and above. For lower versions, the app is named as Android Market. You can check what version of Android OS your tablet is running on. To know more, you can refer to the following link: https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/190860?hl=en
The Google Play / Android
Market error retrieving information from server RPC:S-5:AEC-0 error
message can be a bit of a pain, the RPC:S-5:AEC-0 error just randomly
appeared on my tablet after it upgraded to a newer version of Android.
However this is how i managed to fix the RPC:S-5:AEC-0 error with ease.
Load the Settings app, click apps, then select "All"
Next in the all apps view find the "Google Play Store" and click on it
Now click "Clear Cache" (Not Data), then Force Stop.
Next in the same app list find "Google Service Framework"
Click clear data (Not Cache), then Force Stop
Switch off the phone or tablet and turn it back on
You should be able to download and update apps from the Google Play store once more.
Enjoy no more RPC:S-5:AEC-0 errors when downloading or updating apps.
Go to settings/app.manager/all
Delete data + cache :
Google Play Store
Google Services Framework
Market-feedback agent (important)
Then delete google-account(data/system/user/0/ fine the accounts.db file and cut and paste it somewhere else)
Restart the phone and then re-add google-account( paste your accounts.db file earlier to it's original location).
p/s~Your device need to be rooted to remove/delete google account without a factory reset.
Epad Apad 7-inch Android tablet features, specs and review
Epad/Apad is probably the cheapest tablet device you can buy from tech stores. These Chinese brands (including aPad, iPed, epad and some others) represent a line of very affordable tablets that claim to function as any other tablet on the market today. Today we are going to take a look at 7-inch ePad aPad Android tablet with 800MHz and 256MB of RAM. The operating system is Android 2.3 which means you can easily download tons of apps through the Android market and with the help of the build-in WiFi connection. Other extras include pre installed Google navigation with Google maps (no built-in GPS though) and a 1.3 megapixel camera. Here are the main specifications of this cheap aPad tablet: • 7-inch (16:9) TFT LCD resistance touch screen • 800 x 480 pixels display resolution • Android 2.3 operating system • CPU: Via 8650 800MHz • RAM: DDR2 256MB • WiFi: 54Mbps 802.11B/G • Lan: 10/100M Ethernet Access • Built-in Micro-SD card slot (supports up to 32GB MicroSD card memory) • Built-in G-Sensor • Built-in 1.3 megapixels digital camera • Built-in 4GB flash • Plays AVI,RM/ RMVB,FLV,MPG4 - 1,MPEG - 2 video format files • Plays MP3,WMA,AAC,AC3,WAV audio format files • Picture browsing of JPEG,BMP,GIF,PNG,TIFF format files • Built-in 2400mAh Li-poly battery • 3.5mm earphone socket • External RJ45 . External 2x USB Ports • Android keyboard and Google keyboard input • Multi-language support
Even still to this day, it happens. I've figured a temporary solution to fix this issue.
1. Go to settings > apps > manage apps and make sure you are under all apps tab. 2. Find Google play store and force close it. Then select uninstall updates. 3. Go back and scroll down to find Market Updater?... I think is what it is called and select force close.
From now on, only use the Market. The Google Play Store icon may disappear from the apps/app drawer... which is exactly what you want.
If it ever happens again and Play Store comes up again, just repeat the process. As I said, I believe this fix is only TEMPORARY.
Find the Icon with the Circle Arrow with a dot in the center, Click on it you should see two checked Boxes , they are used for Back up & Restore leave them alone. Scroll down to Next line This line will say Peronal Data, under stat it says Factory Data Reset, Click on this and let the Tablet do the rest. . I realize you cannot read Chinese, but this will work provided you click on the Correct Icon.. . Best of luck.
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How do you install apps on Android?
The following applies to any app that you might want to install on your Android tablet.
There are a few ways to go about this. The easiest is, of course, the Android Market itself. But it's quickly finding competition in the likes of the Amazon Appstore. And there are smaller third-party app stores as well, though they haven't necessarily caught on as much as you'd think.
The Android Market
The Android Market is the easiest way to install new Android apps. It should already be installed on your phone or tablet. If it's not, chances are you have one of those (really) cheap Android tablets, and it didn't meet Google's approval. That doesn't mean you can't install new apps, though, and we'll talk more about that in a minute.
Android Market To use the Android Market, you'll need to be signed in with a Google account. Chances are you did this when you first set up the phone. But if not, you can add a Google account to your phone (and even sign up for one at the same time) straight from your phone. Go to Settings>accounts to do so.
Once you're logged in, you'll be able to browser the Android Market, purchase apps, or download free apps. The Android Market also is where you'll update apps you've already loaded. Purchasing apps is done a couple of ways.
One is through Google checkout. You give it a credit card number, and it manages the transactions for you.
Another way is through carrier billing. If you're on Sprint, AT&T or T-Mobile you can charge apps to your phone bill.
There are also a couple ways to browse the Android Market. You'll mostly likely do it from your phone. But if you're at a computer, you can browser, purchase and install apps from the Android Market web portal. It's at www.market.android.com.
Fun fact about the Android Market: Once you've purchased an application, you can download it onto as many phones as you have. Need more space on your phone? Uninstall an app and put it back on later if you need it again, at no additional charge. To install from the Android Market on your phone
Choose an app.
To install, tap "Free" (If it's a paid app, you'll tap "Purchase"
You'll be asked to accept permissions -- this shows you what the app can access on your phone. Hit yes, and the app will download and install.
Note: You can cancel a download as it's happening. For paid apps, you can request a refund within 15 minutes. To install apps from the Android Market
Go to market.android.com from a web browser.
Pick an app. Hit the install button.
You'll be asked to accept permissions, and choose which device you want to install on (if you have more than one).
Look over the permissions and hit the install button again. The app will magically be downloaded and installed on your phone.
The Amazon Appstore
A relative newcomer is the Amazon Appstore. It's similar to the Android Market in that you'll have to have an account with Amazon to use it. Unlike the Android Market, the Amazon Appstore likely didn't come pre-installed on your phone, so you'll need to download it.
Once it's on your phone, you can download apps directly from it or, like the Android Market, from a web portal. App downloaded through the Amazon Appstore will be updated through the Amazon Appstore and not through the Android Market.
The following tutorial video will take you through the entire process better than my written words.
Did your tablet come with the market app already installed? If so go to
settings>Accounts & sync. You must use the original username and
password of the Google account (if you don't have a gmail account set
one up and make a note of the username and password. You don't actually
have to use Gmail for your email activities, but you do need one to set
your tablet up properly for market usage!) used when you set up your
android tablet. If (as I suspect) your tablet was not cleared by the
original owner before they sold it on Ebay, you'll need to restore the
tablet to its factory settings and start as if it just came out of the
1. Go to Settings 2. Go to Applications 3. Go to Manage applications 4. Go to all tabs 5. Gp to "Market" applications 6. "Clear Cache" then "force stop" - DO NOT CLEAR DATA 7. Now go to "google service framework" applications 8. "Clear data" then "force stop" 9/ Reboot your machine/
The best option in the long run is to root, and install the market. This will give you access to all android app's which will allow you to run plenty of apps that will do what you are looking for. Here is the "how to"
Hope this helps.