How To Fix Monster Hunter Now Not Working

How To Fix Monster Hunter Now Not Working

Is your Monster Hunter Now not working or it keep crashing?

Some users have also reported that they are not able to log in to Monster Hunter Now. Also, it is not opening, not loading or Monster Hunter Now is not compatible.

Monster Hunter Now is a new mobile game. In this game, players had to hunt monsters in the real world using their mobile devices such as iPhone, Android and iPad.

However many players are experiencing with Monster Hunter Now not working issue and hence they are not able to play the game.

So, in this article, you will learn how to fix Monster Hunter Now not working or stopped working on Android or iOS.

How To Fix Monster Hunter Now Not Working

There are a few solutions that you can follow to fix Monster Hunter Now not working issues, they are as follows.

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Solution 1: Check Server Status of Monster Hunter Now

This is the very first step that you must take – check the server status of Monster Hunter Now.

You can check the server status from both the Niantic Support and official Monster Hunter Now Twitter (X) accounts.

You can also check DownDetector Monster Hunter page for user reports on connection issues for all games in the franchise.

Or contact Niantic Customer Support to know the server status.

If you find that its server status is down, then wait until the problem is fixed by the Monster Hunter Now.

Solution 2: Refresh Your Game Data

Sometimes the game data itself can create issues, hence refresh the game data. It can solve several game issues.

  • Go to the game “Settings”.
  • Select “Advanced Settings”.
  • Tap “Refresh Game Data”.

Note: It will turn off Adventure Sync. So, toggle it on after refreshing the game.

Solution 3: Check Device Compatibility

It could also be possible that Monster Hunter Now is not compatible with your device and hence it is not working.

Supported Devices for Monster Hunter Now is as follows:

For Android:

  • Devices that are Play Protect certified
  • Android 7 or higher, 64 bit.
  • Snapdragon 855 or higher.
  • RAM: 3GB or higher.
  • Resolution 720×1280 pixels (not optimized for tablets).
  • Network (Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G).
  • GPS, Location Based Services.
  • Rooted devices are not supported.

For iPhone:

  • iPhone 8 and above.
  • iOS 14 or higher.
  • Network (Wi-Fi, 3G, or 4G).
  • GPS, location-based services.
  • Jailbreak devices are not supported.

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Solution 4: Use System Automatic Time Settings

Check your device’s time and date is set to update automatically. You can update your device time from your device’s Settings app.

  • Go to Settings > Date & Time.
  • Enable Automatic date & time and Automatic time zone.

Solution 5: Check Background Data Restrictions

Make sure that your device has not restricted the background data access to Google Play Store and Google Play Services.

Here: Learn how to turn on background data.

Solution 6: Clear Cache and Clear Data of Monster Hunter Now

If still you are facing with Monster Hunter Now not working problem, then clear its cache and data.

On Android: Go to Settings > Apps > All Apps > Monster Hunter Now > Storage > Clear Cache & Clear Data.

Clear Cache and Clear Data of Monster Hunter Now

On iPhone: Go to General > iPhone Storage > Monster Hunter Now > Offload App.

Solution 7: Restart Your Device

Yet, the problem is not solved and Monster Hunter Now keeps crashing/freezing or not opening, then you should restart your phone.

This is because restarting the device fixes several major/minor bugs.

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Solution 8: Update Monster Hunter Now

It could be possible that your Monster Hunter Now app is outdated and therefore it is not loading.

Hence, check for Monster Hunter Now app update.

  • iOS (iPhone/iPad) users go to App Store and Android users go to Google Play Store.
  • Search Monster Hunter Now.
  • Tap “Update” if any update is available.

Solution 9: Check Your Internet Connection

Make sure that your internet connection is working and it is stable. If your internet connection is weak or poor, then you may encounter that your Monster Hunter isn’t responding.

You can switch to Wi-Fi if you are using mobile data.

And if you are using mobile data then you can switch to Wi-Fi.

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Solution 10: Remove and Reconnect Google’s Access To Monster Hunter Now (Only For Google Accounts)

Sometimes, Monster Hunter Now stops working due to login issues. Hence, you need to refresh the Google connection to Monster Hunter Now.

Don’t worry your game progress will not get deleted.

  • Go to Google connected apps settings web page and from the list of connected apps, select Monster Hunter Now.
  • Click on “Remove” to disconnect it from your Google account.
  • To reconnect your Google account, simply open the Monster Hunter Now app as you normally do and log in to it using your Google account.

Wrap Up

When you love playing Monster Hunter Now on your mobile device and when it stops working, then you may get frustrated and annoyed.

Fortunately, I hope that following the solutions mentioned in this post has helped you to fix Monster Hunter Now not working issue on Android/iPhone.

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