Call of Duty Mobile Not Loading or Stuck Temporary Fix

Call of Duty Mobile Not Loading
Call of Duty Mobile

Call of Duty Mobile is finally available on Android and iOS, and it’s off to a slightly rocky start. Multiple users are reporting the Call of Duty Mobile not loading or being stuck on the opening screen. If you’re one of those users, here’s what you can do to temporarily fix it.

The game has been downloaded a million times in less than 24 hours, and it’s no wonder the game is running into these issues.

Call of Duty Mobile Not Loading Fix

Multiple users have reported that they can’t get past the opening loading screen shown below

Call of Duty Mobile Not Loading
Call of Duty Mobile Loading Screen without Progress Bar

For now, there is no concrete fix for the problem, but here are a few things you can do.

  1. Force close your application and relaunch it. Multiple users have confirmed that after a few relaunches, the game eventually starts working.
  2. Check your internet connection and make sure you are connected to a stable WiFi network.
  3. Restart your device, and try running the game again.
  4. Update your device through the mobile’s settings.
  5. Update Call of Duty mobile through the play store.
  6. Try restarting your WiFi modem and running the game after that.
  7. Clear the game’s cache from the Application Settings.
  8. Check the system requirements (listed below), and make sure your mobile device is supported.

After you’ve tried these temporary fixes, you will be greeted with the following screen with a loading bar, like shown below

Call of Duty Mobile Not Loading
Call of Duty Mobile Loading Screen with Progress Bar

You might get a Cod Mobile Update restarting message, but that’s just a sign that the game is finally going to start working eventually, and you’ve made it into the servers.

There’s a chance you’ll run into the CoDM Update Failed Error Message as well, but fret not, as following the first step should get you in the game eventually.

The game launched yesterday without any major issues, but as the server load has increased, it’s clear that there’s still some need for server tuning to be done by Activision.

Activision’s Response

Activision has acknowledged the server issues being experienced by players, and have confirmed that they are working on resolving these as soon as possible.

Activision has also confirmed that the issues are being caused by the high volume of players currently trying to access the game’s servers.

These aren’t however, the only issues players are currently facing. For some users, with Call of Duty Mobile Not Launching, it’s almost impossible for them to experience the game.

Call of Duty Mobile System Requirements

If you want to run Call of Duty Mobile, make sure you have phones with the following specifications.


On Android devices, the minimum requirements for Call of Duty: Mobile is at least 2GB of RAM and Android 5.1 and above. PUBG Mobile which is the most popular battle royale game runs smoothly even on a budget phone. Call of Duty: Mobile is expected to offer the same experience.


As for iOS devices, Call of Duty: Mobile will be compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 9.0 or higher. This game will however not work on these iOS devices – iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPod Touch.

Did any of the solutions mentioned above work for you? Let us know if you have found one as well in the comments below.

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