Errors in getting data from the Google Play server are quite common, especially error RH-01. What is this error and how to say goodbye to it, read in this article.
What does error RH-01 mean?
Error RH-01 most often occurs when various changes are made to the functionality of the gadget. This applies to incorrect Google Play settings, low-quality custom firmware, setting the wrong date and time, or the Google Services Framework application has been removed or frozen from the system of your device. If you froze it yourself, then defrosting it will not be a problem. But how do you get Google Services back in place?
How to fix RH-01 error without Root and Recovery?
- First of all, reboot your device, if the error persists, then this is not a single insanity of your device
- Make sure the date and time are correct and correct if they don’t match
- Clear cache and data in settings. The article How to delete the cache on Android? will help you with this.
- If it doesn’t work, delete your Google account from the device, reboot, go to Google Play (GP) and sign in to your account. If you have problems, please read the article How to delete a Google account on Android.
Installing Google Services with Root rights
If you yourself decided to delete the services, but made a backup, then everything is simple, return the application to its place. If everything happened “by itself”, then Explorer and Root rights will help you, since these actions are performed in the root of the device’s memory. How to get Root rights you will learn in this article.
If you are rooted, you can try going to the /System/App section and check the permissions of Phonesky.apk and GoogleServicesFramework.apk, it should be “rw-r-r”, correct if necessary. If these files are not present, then you will have to install the GP manually.
Before downloading GP services, you need to know one important feature – this application is installed according to the screen density (DPI). If installed incorrectly, it will work poorly, or not at all. You can ask in the comments which version of Google Play services you need.
Installing Google Play:
- Download the Google Play Services app
- Search for one of these .APK files: com.google.android.gms/Google Play or Services/GmsCore. The name depends on the device model and the installed firmware. You need to look in system / app or data / app, sometimes found in both places.
- First put the downloaded version of GP services in system/app. Set permissions to “rw-r-r”. Restart your device.
- If the previous step did not work, then do the same in the data/app folder.
Fixing an error when getting data from the RH-01 server using custom recovery
On some devices, you can install Custom Recovery, CWM or TWRP without rooting. What to do if there is a custom recovery, no root rights and there is an RH-01 error? It’s simple:
- Download the appropriate GApps package
- Go into recovery
- Making “Wipe Cache” and “Wipe Dalvik Cache”
- Go to “Install Zip” and install the downloaded Google Apps package
If all else fails?
If all your efforts fail, don’t give up! Try changing the Wi-Fi access point, operator, provider, maybe they have a problem. Try doing factory reset, in rare cases it might help. If this does not help, then you will have to flash or write in the comments below, we will solve your problem together.