This guide goes over top notch of the most well-known Clash of Clans issues and how to effortlessly fix them. Counting any new bugs from ongoing updates and then some. The game got a few updates in 2019, with one last enormous Town Hall 13 update in December. And keeping in mind that TH13 is energizing and new, here are some current issues and how to fix them.
A large portion of the issues In Clash occur on Apple gadgets, just as more established Samsung and LG cell phones. From abnormal glitches, games slamming, the substance downloading bug, to not having the option to introduce refreshes by any stretch of the imagination. Or then again, the gadget isn't viable bug. What's more, unfortunately, we're actually observing a strange UI on the Galaxy S10.
Each couple of updates something breaks. On the off chance that you can't introduce the most recent December update, your tablet isn't upheld, or you're having some other issues, perused on for some snappy tips.
Making a beeline for the official Supercell Clash of Clans discussion clients will see its loaded with new reports, bugs or issues. True to form, Builder Hall 9, Otto Hut, and Operation Blue Skies created issues and turmoil. What's more, the presentation of Town Hall 13 and the Siege Barracks are giving individuals inconvenience. Anticipate that Supercell should rapidly deliver an update or two inside the following week or two, preceding the year's end, enhancing this most recent enormous delivery. Additionally, we're expecting significantly more in mid 2020 with the new year.
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The latest delivery was the immense Christmas update at the finish of 2019, known as the Town Hall 13 update. And keeping in mind that it conveyed huge loads of new substance, it likewise brought significantly more in-application buys, more issues, and again we're managing mists or considerable delay times while attempting to fight.
And keeping in mind that Supercell fixed a large portion of that in August and the October Halloween update this is what you have to know.
As should be obvious, the engineers are very much aware of a couple of issues. As far as I might be concerned, the most serious issue is considerable delay times or "mists" while attempting to assault different bases, which is as yet something Supercell is attempting to fix as we approach 2020. Also, the game no longer chips away at Bluestacks, so all you PC playing miscreants are in a tight spot. We're seeing issues with the Amazon Fire tablet, and numerous different gadgets that aren't just iOS or Android gadgets.
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Moreover, clients unfit to play the game on Sony telephones or tablets, manufacture times not decreasing after clients pay for supports and the Gold Pass (genuinely), and peculiar interface changes on the Pixel 3 XL and Galaxy S10. Supercell's help for the "indent" is terrible and should be fixed. We truly thought they'd fix the S10 interface in the long run, however evidently they think the current style is worthy. It's not, it's garbage!
On the off chance that you don't see the update take a stab at pulling down in the application store (Android or iOS) to revive the application store and afterward get the most recent delivery. In case you're having issues attempt these means.
The other enormous objections are Clan Wars missing, Supercell ID, negative assets while assaulting, and availability issues. Or on the other hand, those with an old iPhone basically can't play by any means. Your smartest option is to check for another report on the application store. They just delivered another report on June twentieth with fixes for the latest delivery, and expect all the more soon. At that point, head to the Clash issues discussion for help.
Maybe the most serious issue here in December of 2019 is that huge loads of players lost each and every base plan and format, including war base plans. We're seeing a huge load of protests about it, and tragically, Supercell gave players an exceptionally little, short admonition that this was coming.
The Town Hall 13 update let individuals put structures on the sides of the base, where trees and such typically are. This was against all plan rules before the December 2019 update. Thus, players made new bases and exploited the additional room. Unfortunately, this was an error and Supercell delivered a December tenth update to fix it. An update, which, in the event that you had structures in unsupported regions, brought about each design you had getting eradicated and erased. This is totally unsuitable, as I would see it, as players go through a few hours on base plans, particularly war bases.
In any case, Supercell gave individuals a fast admonition, and now it's past the point of no return. In the event that your base format got erased you are up the creek without a paddle. The main alternative is to take a gander at your safeguard history or past wars and screen capture your design, at that point attempt to reconstruct it.
Regardless of whether you've played Clash strictly for quite a long time or are returning for Town Hall 13, you may see your old iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is not, at this point upheld. This is a blend of changes by both Supercell and Apple that began back on May fourteenth, 2018.
You should be on iOS 9.0 or more up to date to play Clash of Clans. In the event that your iDevice is on iOS 8, iOS 7, or anything under iOS 9.0 you won't have the option to refresh and appreciate the game. Supercell proposes getting the most recent software update from Apple (9.0 or more current) or purchasing another gadget. Sadly, it is extremely unlikely around this. In the event that you utilize an old iPhone 4 or something, sorry. Snap here for more information.
Next, in mid 2018 Supercell at long last delivered a snappy update with Clash of Clans iPhone X uphold. Nonetheless, screen sizes are as yet an issue for the iPhone Xs Max, 2018 iPad Pro, and even the Galaxy S10 and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The game turns out entirely great on Apple's telephones, however between the indent and new angle proportions, a few people don't care for the "zoomed-out" look. This was a "issue" we see and find out about each and every day on the Clash discussion. Supercell "fixed this" about a year back, however I'm as yet not an enthusiast of the look.