How to Fix Call of Duty Mobile crashes on Android

Hello everybody! In this article, I’m going to show you what to do if Call of Duty Mobile crashes constantly on your Android device. How to find out what caused this problem – and how to solve it. Before starting please check the minimum device specifications to play Call of Duty on Android.



Minimum Device Specifications to Play Call of Duty Android

  • Call of Duty is a high-fidelity game that is compatible with devices running 64-bit Android on an ARM64 processor, Android OS 8.0 or higher, minimum 4GB of RAM, and GPU: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher.

Call of Duty Mobile Crashes Continuously

There are several reasons why Call of Duty Mobile for Android keeps crashing or freezing or not performing at all. During this post, we'll troubleshoot this issue and present some tips and tricks that help you fix the Call of Duty Android crashing problem.


Method 1. Clear Data from Call of Duty App on Android 

After playing for some period of your time, the cache will compile, and you'll notice the app is running slow or freezing, or crashing frequently. Once you delete the cache of Call of Duty Mobile from the setting for Android, it will work normally.

STEP 1:

  • Open the App Settings on your device.
  • Tap Apps & notifications.
  • Tap on Call of Duty Mobile.
  • Tap storage then clears the cache.
  • Clear Call of Duty Mobile Android data:
  • Clearing all the info in Call of Duty Mobile can solve some problems.
  • ATTENTION: all data saved during this game are going to be erased.

STEP 2:

  • Open the Applications Settings on your device.
  • Tap Apps & notifications.
  • Touch Call of Duty Mobile. If you are doing not see it, first tap view all apps or info App.
  • Touch storage, then erase the info.


Method 2. Minimum 4GB of RAM

Most electronic devices have something called RAM and it's short for random access memory. This basically means it's storage for running programs. Some devices have more RAM than others for example my PC has 16 gigabytes of RAM. But most phones only have about 4 gigabytes of RAM (Call of Duty Mobile needs a minimum of 4GB RAM). This basically means that if you're running apps that require lots of memory like fortnight you need enough RAM or your device will crash. 

This is why most lower-end devices will crash while playing for tonight because there just isn't enough memory to run the game. But thankfully there are a few things you can do in the settings for a night and on your phone to fix the game from crashing. And I'm about to go over those methods right now if your game is crashing because you don't have enough RAM. 

Then you want to make sure all of your memory is going straight to Fortnight so the first thing you do when you play four at night is just to 

1. Close out all of your background applications and that's going to make fortnight the priority and have all of the RAM going straight to a Call of Duty Mobile.

2. The second tip is to go into your settings and make sure your quality is low and also turn your 3d resolution down to at least 70%. 

3. The third tip is to restart your phone and I'll make it so your RAM gets refreshed so Fortnight will most likely stop crashing. 

4. If you still experience crashes after this then you probably have a very low-end device and you might want to consider buying a new one if you have enough money to do.


Method 3. Free Up Space On Your Android Phone

Call of Duty Mobile uses up a lot of space, and it's just gonna use up more as they keep updating it. So make sure you guys have a lot of space on your device. 

It's not gonna run smoothly if you don't have a lot of storage. So make sure you guys delete stuff you don't need. I would specifically look at photos and videos because these take a lot of storage.


Method 4. Call of Duty Android Internet Connection Issue

A weak and sluggish Internet connection can force Call of Duty Mobile for Android to crash or freeze. Call of Duty Android works great when the web connection is robust and stable. So make sure you have a good internet connection.


Method 5. Reinstall Call of Duty Mobile

If nothing works, Uninstall Call of Duty and then reinstall it. It might help, I've seen a lot of people that said when they just redownload Call of Duty, it ran a lot smoother. So I think this should help you guys out.

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I hope that the methods I have shown today will help you fix Call of Duty Mobile Crashes on Android and forget about it for good. If it ever appears again, you will know what to do. That’s all for now! I hope you find this article useful. Hit the subscribe button and subscribe to our blog. Leave comments to ask questions. Thank you for reading it. Good luck.

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