PUBG Mobile crashing error in iOS devices, developers working to fix -Fix Guide

As per the recent updates, PUBG Mobile, Free fire, and COD Mobile crashing errors have announced that the crashing of apps will soon be resolved. According to the sources, it was noticed that these games were crashing due to some mistake in the IOS SDK, which leads to a problem in signing up the account. But according to PUBG, mobile Players will be very soon able to log in to COD and all other crashing similar apps without any crashing issue.



PUBG has officially announced on their Twitter account with a quote “Dear players, and we are glad to inform the previous crashing problems encountered by IOS users has been resolved.” So, which was
constructive news for all the PUBG Supporters.


Due to this crashing problem, the PUBG mobile world league 2020 has been postponed. And now, it begins from 11th July 2020 Instead of 10th July 2020 at 5:30 pm IST (East) and 11:30 pm IST (west).



Because Currently, PUBG has not given any solution to the crashing problem as it only announces not resolve yet. So, for Current situation, you can try the below steps regarding the login issue in PUBG mobile as follows –

  1. First thing first, you need to turn off the Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity in your iOS device.
  2. After that open your device Settings >> Click on Date and then to the Time and turn off the “Set Automatically” option.
  3. Therefore, you need to set your date to your respective date such as includes a 10th July 2020 and go back to the home screen.
  4. After it, Open up your PUBG Mobile app and click on OK on all the network connection unavailable
    Notifications. (Where it redirects you to the login page of the game).
  5. Now, you can turn on the Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity allow you to login with your account to play the game.

Hence, you will be able to get rid of the crashing problem of games like PUBG, COD, and Free fire. Hopefully, we believe that you have successfully fixed and known the current issue running with the iOS device. Thanks for being with us, we would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback if there is any query share with us in the comment section down below.

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