The list of WhatsApp error codes and how to fix them

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WhatsApp It may be the most used application in the world, but it is not free of errors when installing it on our smartphone. Like many other services, the system has an error code list so that users can find out in more detail about the technical problem.

Fortunately, it is not necessary to memorize all the error codes from WhatsApp, because several of these can be solved in the same way. Most likely, the error will appear when downloading or updating the messaging service, so it is advisable to be aware of the procedure so that you can reconnect with your account.

The solutions it offers WhatsApp They are available on the official website. Let’s see what you should do based on the error code that appears on the screen.

WHATSAPP | Error codes

Procedure for codes 413, 481, 491, 492, 505, 907, 910, 921, 927, 941 or DF-DLA-15

  • Delete your Google account in your phone’s Settings. Go to Cloud and accounts> Accounts> Google.
  • Select your Google account and touch More options> Remove account> REMOVE ACCOUNT.
  • Restart your phone (turn it off, wait 30 seconds and turn it on).
  • Add your Google account again in your phone’s Settings. Touch Cloud & accounts> Add account> Google.
  • Sign in with your Google account.
  • Clear the cache and Google Play Store data in your phone’s Settings. Touch Apps> Google Play Store> Storage> CLEAR CACHE.
  • Also delete data from Google Play Store in DELETE DATA> OK.
  • Try to download WhatsApp again.

Procedure for codes 101, 498 or 919

  • On your phone, open Settings> Applications> Google Play Store> Storage> CLEAR CACHE.
  • Touch DELETE DATA> OK.
  • Turn your phone off and on and try to install WhatsApp again.

Procedure for codes 403, 495, 504, 911, 920, 923

  • Follow the steps above to clear cache.
  • Open this link from your phone’s browser to download the APK file.
  • Tap DOWNLOAD NOW.
  • Open the APK file to start the installation.
  • Important: You need to have Unknown sources enabled in Phone Settings> Lock screen and security> Enable Unknown sources.

Procedure for code 490

  • Try to download WhatsApp using only Wi-Fi connection.
  • If it doesn’t work, try the following:
  • Go to your phone’s Settings> Applications or Apps and notifications> Google Play Store> Data usage> turn on Background data.
  • Go to your phone’s Settings> Applications or Apps and notifications> Download manager> Data usage> turn on Background data.
  • If the above suggestions don’t work, try clearing the Google Play Store cache in your phone’s Settings. Touch Apps> Google Play Store> Storage> CLEAR CACHE.
  • Also delete data from Google Play Store in DELETE DATA> OK.
  • Try to download WhatsApp again.

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