Frequently Asked Questions


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  1. On your device, open Google Play Store.
  2. Search for Barf
  3. Select Barf app.
  4. Select Install.
  5. select open and enjoy.

  1. Open the Google Play Store app.
  2. At the top right, tap the Profile icon.
  3. Tap Manage apps & device › manage.
  4. Tap the name of the app you want to delete › Uninstall.
  5. To reinstall it, tap Install.

  1. Open your device’s Settings app.
  2. Tap Apps & notifications › App info or See all apps.
  3. Tap Google Play Store.
  4. Tap Storage › Clear Cache.
  5. Tap Clear storage › Clear all data › OK.

  1. Open your device’s Settings app.
  2. Tap Apps & notifications › App info or See all apps.
  3. Tap Google Play Store.
  4. Tap Storage › Clear Cache.
  5. Tap Clear storage › Clear all data › OK.

Open your device's Settings app. Tap Apps › App info or See all apps. Tap Google Play Services. Clear cache and data. Re-open the Play Store, and try your download again.

The first thing you need to check is whether you have a stable internet connection and a sufficient amount of storage space. If on Wifi, try switching to mobile data and re-attempting the download. Also, disable your VPN, which might be the possible cause hindering the download. And Your Google Play Services cache could be another reason when you can't download apps. You need to have them cleared out. To do so, Open your device's Settings app ‐› Apps ‐› Tap Google Play Services. Clear cache and data.

  1. Open Barf app.
  2. select video from videos or playlists.
  3. select download icon on video view mode.
  4. Barf is ads supported app. watch ad.
  5. select from available download options.
  6. download started.

  1. Open Barf app.
  2. At the top right, tap the download icon.
  3. Running, pending and completed downloads lists appears.
  4. Tap on three-dot ⋮ icon on download item.
  5. Control menu appears.
  6. select from start,stop and goto options to control your downloads. or you can control it from notification aria.

When you’re browsing online, your device caches all sorts of data. That means it stores local copies of web pages, information related to sites you’ve visited and website cookies that help automate form entries, among other things. These caches can eventually take up a lot of your device’s random access memory (RAM), choking or even freezing its ability to carry out simple tasks. Clearing your phone’s data cache can be a useful way of correcting the problem.

You need to check whether you have a stable internet connection and a sufficient amount of storage space. If on Wifi, try switching to mobile data and re-attempting the download. Also, disable your VPN, which might be the possible cause hindering the download.

You need to check whether you have a stable internet connection. If on Wifi, try switching to mobile data and re-attempting to watch. Also, disable your VPN, which might be the possible cause hindering the process. Or the content you requested might have been moved or deleted from the server.

To quickly find where your downloads are in the Barf app, do the following:

  1. Open Barf app.
  2. At the top right, tap the download icon.
  3. Your downloaded videos listed there.

To find where your downloads are located in the File manager.

  1. Open the File manager.
  2. Tap Download folder › Tap Barf folder
  3. Your downloaded videos from Barf are listed there.

You might first want to enable the hidden files option in your file manager first. Another rare probable cause could be the delay in indexing of files by the media scanner in your phone. A simple reboot will help in this case.

  1. Open Barf app.
  2. At the top right, tap the search icon.
  3. Tap the search aria then type your favorite tv name.
  4. Tap on search icon or Tap on Enter key.

  1. Open your device’s Settings app.
  2. Tap Apps & notifications › App info or See all apps.
  3. Make sure the top dropdown list says All apps, then find and tap System UI in the list.
  4. Select Storage & cache, then Clear cache.
  5. Restart your phone.