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I have a storex ezeetab702 tablet. My Google Play Store was working very well until a few weeks ago, when it start saying "error retrieving information from server DF-DFERH-01".

I tried to clear the cache, clear the data, force stop, and downloading another Google Play Store, but I'm still having the same problem.

How can I fix this issue?

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How recently? I've been seeing Google servers of all types having issues the last few days. –  Al E. Jan 16 '13 at 18:46

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ROBERT EXCUSE ME IN fRENCH, le problem avec le serveur DF-DFERH-01, vient du fait que votre appareil est très récent et que les serveurs de votre opérateur internet ne sont pas mis à niveau, si vous avec un téléphone avec une version ancienne pas de probleme avec google play si vous avez un téléphone ou tablette neuve avec les dernière version androïd = pas de google play. le responsable est votre opérateur internet !!!! oui

veuillez faire suivre l'information

merci et patience

Google Translation:

ROBERT EXCUSE ME IN FRENCH, the problem with the server-DFERH DF-01 comes from the fact that your device is very recent and that your operator internet servers are not upgraded, if you have a phone with an older version no problem with google play if you have a new phone or tablet with the latest version google android = no play. the operator responsible for your internet!! yes

please forward the information

thank you and patience

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Ce site prend en charge uniquement l'anglais. (Je m'excuse pour cette traduction de la machine.) This site only supports English. (I apologize for this machine translation.) –  Al E. Jan 16 '13 at 18:45
And where do you have that information from? And what has the google play infrastructure to do with your carriers/internet provider server? –  Flow Jan 16 '13 at 18:50

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