The Fate Grand Order error code 43 issue usually occurs when you try to launch the game. This problem is usually occurs when the USB debugging switch setting of the phone is turned on. Turning this feature off from the developer options will usually fix this problem.
Fate/Grand order is one of the popular Japanese turned based strategy RPG that can be downloaded for free over at the Google Play Store. It’s quite popular in Japan however it also has a large fan base in the western market. The game allows you to take the role of a Master that can summon Servants to fight against the enemies.
Why am I getting the error code 43 when I start Fate Grand Order?
One issue that you might encounter while playing this game is the error code 43. This is caused by the USB debugging mode of the phone that is turned on. Here’s what you need to do to fix this problem.
Things to do first:
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- Make sure the phone software is updated.
- Make sure that the game is running on the latest update version.
- Make sure that the developer options feature of your phone is activated.
Turning off USB debugging to fix error code 43 on Fate/Grand Order
One of the security features of this game is to ensure that no third party hacks are running. These hacks usually run when the USB debugging mode of the phone is on which is why you will need to turn this setting off.
Time needed: 2 minutes.
Turn off USB Debugging
- Open the phone Settings.
You can do this by swiping up from the home screen and tapping on its icon.
- Tap on System.
This will allow you to access your phone system settings.
- Tap on Developer options.
This will allow you to access the advanced settings of your phone.
- Go to the debugging section then turn off the USB debugging switch.
This will prevent your phone from transferring data to a connected computer.
After performing the steps listed above you will successfully fix the Fate Grand Order error code 43 problem.
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