Troubleshooting Guide: Resolving the ‘Clash Royale Stuck on Updating’ Issue

Troubleshooting Guide: Resolving the ‘Clash Royale Stuck on Updating’ Issue
Troubleshooting Guide: Resolving the ‘Clash Royale Stuck on Updating’ Issue [Image via- Supercell]
Are you a Clash Royale fan who’s been experiencing the frustrating ‘Clash Royale Stuck on Updating’ error? You’re not alone. This issue has been causing much frustration among players, leaving them stuck in an endless loop of buffering and lag.


While we’re all eagerly waiting for a potential bug fix from Supercell, the game’s developer, there are a few workaround fixes that players can try to get out of this situation.

The Root of the Problem

The main culprit behind this update error seems to be a recent event update in Clash Royale. The game recently introduced a Clash Royale Birthday Community Event update. Unfortunately, it appears that a bug has slipped into this update. This bug is now causing major disruptions, hindering the proper launch of the game and resulting in crashes or freezes within the app. Players have reported facing these problems soon after the new update was rolled out.

Possible Fixes

While these might not provide a permanent solution to this problem, here are some methods that should suffice temporarily:

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Restart the Device and App: This is one of the most common troubleshooting methods for mobile app issues. All you have to do is exit the application and then restart your device. This can help clear temporary glitches or conflicts that may be causing the update problem.

Restart and Reconnect to the Internet: Connectivity issues can also contribute to updating errors. Turn off your WiFi router or mobile data and exit the game. Then, restart your router or reconnect to the internet. Ensure a stable link before updating Clash Royale to resolve network-related issues.

Sign in to a Different App Store Account: Sometimes, update errors might be taking place with a specific user account only. Log out of the current account and log in with an alternative one in Play Store or App Store and download the game again.

If the issue persists despite these fixes, don’t worry. It is likely that Supercell is aware of the problem and will address it soon with a brief maintenance. In the meantime, we hope these tips help you get back to enjoying Clash Royale.

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