How to Fix Call of Duty: Mobile Season 1’s Facebook Login Error


How to Fix Call of Duty: Mobile Season 1’s Facebook Login Error

Abhimannu Das
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If you are getting Call of Duty: Mobile's infamous Facebook login error, here are some solutions that will help you out.
Before you try any fixes, always check if Facebook and Call of Duty servers are undergoing maintenance.

Call of Duty: Mobile players sometimes face issues when trying to login with their Facebook accounts. The error often occurs due to issues with the Facebook app and there are a few fixes that can help you resolve the issue. Here are all the possible fixes for the Facebook login error in Call of Duty: Mobile in Season 1.

Call of Duty: Mobile Facebook Login Error: All Possible Fixes

Before you try any of the fixes, make sure do the following checks to ensure everything is working: 

  1. Restart the app and your device: Sometimes a simple restart can work wonders.

  2. Check your internet connection: A weak or unstable connection can disrupt login processes.

  3. Ensure Facebook is working: If Facebook is down, you won't be able to log in through it.

Solution 1: Check Facebook Permissions

  • Update the Facebook app: Outdated versions might cause compatibility issues.

  • Check Facebook app permissions: Make sure Call of Duty Mobile has access to your Facebook profile and email.

  • Log out of Facebook and log back in: This can refresh the connection.

Solution 2: Clear COD: Mobile’s Cache

  • Clear Call of Duty Mobile app cache and data: This can remove temporary files causing issues.

    • Android: Go to Settings > Apps > Call of Duty Mobile > Storage > Clear Cache and Clear Data.

    • iOS: Offload the Call of Duty Mobile app (Settings > General > iPhone Storage > Call of Duty Mobile > Offload App), then reinstall it.

  • Reinstall Call of Duty Mobile: As a last resort, try reinstalling the app completely.

If none of these solutions work, reach out to Call of Duty Mobile customer support:

You can also try logging in using a different Facebook account (if you have one). Use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to connect to a different server (Note: This is a temporary workaround and not recommended for long-term use).

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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