How to fix Google Play Store DF-DLA-15 error

google play store df dla 15 error

Google Play Store Error DF-DLA-15 is an error encountered by some android device users when trying to update existing apps or downloading a new app. The error stops the affected users from further using the Google Play Store at that point in time. This error is caused by a myriad of issues, one of which is from Google’s servers.

Through extensive research, we have recommended three solutions to fix this Google Play Store related problem.

Fix: Google Play Store DF-DLA-15 error

Solution 1: Clear your Google Play Store Cache

This option has recorded the highest success rate in fixing the error ‘DF-DLA-15’ for users experiencing such. You can try it out by following the steps listed below

Step 1: Launch your Google Play Store

Step 2: Tap or press your home button to take you back to the launcher

Step 3: Go to settings>>Apps

Step 4: Scroll down and tap on Google Play Store>>’App Info’

Step 5: tap on ‘Force Stop’>>Ok

Step 6: Tap on ‘CLEAR DATA’>>OK

This should automatically fix the error DF-DLA-15. If this fix did not work for you, try out the next fix detailed in solution 2.

Solution 2: Add a Payment Option

Sometimes Google Play Store prevents you from updating or installing a new app because it could not verify your payment option. Adding a payment option is a good fix for many of Google’s Play Store error encountered by some Android device users.

You can try out this fix in the steps below:

Step 1: Launch your Google Play Store

Step 2: Tap on the menu in the form of three horizontal bar to reveal your dashboard

Step 3: Tap on ‘Payment methods’>>Add credit or debit card

Step 4: input your Credit or debit card number and other details>>Save

Try re-updating the existing app in question or try downloading an app.

Note: Adding a payment option to your Google Play Store does not automatically translate to deducting money from your account. You are not required to make any payment for this fix.

Solution 3: Uninstall Recent Google Play Store Updates

Step 1: Go to settings>>Apps>>Google Play Store>>App Info

Step 2: Tap on the menu in the form of three vertical dots

Step 3: Tap on Uninstall Updates>>Ok to uninstall recent Google Play Store Updates

If this works for you, we recommend that you disable the auto-update feature of Google by following the steps below

Step 1: Launch your Google Play Store

Step 2: Tap on the menu bar in the form of three horizontal bars

Step 3: scroll down to ‘Settings’>>Auto-update apps

Step 4: Check the ‘Don’t auto-update apps’ circle,>> DONE.

Hope you find this helpful?

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