If you are experiencing the League of Legends Wild Rift crashing in Android problem then this could either be caused by a hardware or software issue. You will need to perform a series of troubleshooting steps to pinpoint the exact cause of this problem.
Wild Rift is the latest multiplayer online battle arena or MOBA game to arrive in the mobile scene. It’s basically a League of Legends game which you can play on your Android smartphone. You will be able to control champions with unique abilities with the goal of destroying the opposing team’s Nexus. The game is currently in closed beta and is only available in selected countries.
Wild Rift keeps crashing in Android smartphone or tablet
Imagine you are in the middle of a match in Wild Rift and suddenly the game freezes. This can be a frustrating experience and usually cost you the win. There are several instances when the game will crash, it can be during the download phase, when trying to start the game, or during the game itself. Here’s what you need to do to fix this problem.
Prerequisites: Before going to the main troubleshooting steps you should make sure to check these steps first.
Make sure your Android device meets the minimum specs requirements.
- OS: Android 4.4 and above
- Memory:m1.5 GB RAM
- CPU: 1.5 GHz quad-core (32-bit or 64-bit)
- GPU: PowerVR GT7600
Make sure your phone software is up to date.
- This can usually be done by going to Settings- System- System update.
Make sure the app is up to date.
- Open the Google Play Store then tap on Menu then “My apps & games”. Tap on update all.
Make sure your phone is connected to a stable Wi-Fi connection.
Method 1: Restart your Android phone
This simple step will usually solve most problems caused by a software glitch. This will refresh your phone software and clear out its RAM.
Time needed: 2 minutes.
Restarting your Android device
- Press and hold the power button of your phone.
This is the physical on/off button of your device.
- Press restart.
Your phone should shut down then turn on again.
Try checking if you still experience the issue.
Method 2: Clear the Wild Rift app cache and data on your Android phone
The game will usually store data it gathers to make your gaming experience better. This data however can get corrupted which could lead to this problem. Before clearing this data you should upgrade your Google Play Account to a Riot Account to ensure your content and progress is not lost.
- Tap on Settings
- Tap on Apps & Notifications
- Tap on See all apps
- Tap on WildRift
- Tap on Storage & Cache
- Tap on Clear Storage and Clear Cache. Make sure to confirm your action.
Method 3: Uninstall then reinstall Wild Rift
Sometimes the problem can be caused by an issue with the game installation. If this is what’s causing the problem then you should uninstall then reinstall the game. Before doing this make sure to upgrade your Google Play Account to a Riot Account to ensure your content and progress is not lost.
- Long press on the WildRift app on your phone.
- Press uninstall.
- Open the Google Play Store
- Search for League of Legends: Wild Rift then install it.
After performing the steps listed above you will successfully fix the Wild Rift crashing in Android problem.
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