The Android ecosystem is known for having an enormous collection of apps for anything from games to productivity. While these apps work as expected more often than not, they do often run into errors as well.
In this article, we’re taking a look at the Dreamtime app and its connection errors, the causes behind it and what you can do to fix the problem,
What causes this?
Several different reasons can cause connectivity issues in apps. Some of the most common ones include:
- Internet connectivity issues.
- Outdated app or phone software.
- Corrupt cache or app data.
How to fix this?
Here are six fixes you can try out
Restart your phone
We’ve said it before, and we’ll repeat it, restarting your device can do wonders with seemingly random issues. If you’re not getting your Instagram notifications, try restarting your phone to see if it fixes your problem.
Check your internet
When you see an error like this, you should check if you’re connected to the internet. If you’re on WiFi, ensure a stable signal and an active internet connection. If you’re on mobile data, check to see if it’s enabled and if you have good network coverage.
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Potential app outage
Another common reason for connection errors, especially when your internet connection is working fine. Most apps get taken down temporarily for updates or maintenance, which can throw such errors.
Clear the app cache
Clearing the app’s cache can eliminate any corrupt files or data that might interfere with the app’s functionality.
- Tap on Apps and notifications.
- Tap on Show all apps and find Dreamtime from the list. If you’ve recently used Instagram, it’ll show up in the recent apps as well.
- Tap on Dreamtime.
- Then tap on Storage & cache.
- Then tap on the Clear Cache button.
This should fix the problem.
Update your app
Another thing you should try is looking for updates for the app. Head over to the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store and check if you’ve got any updates. If any updates are available, install them right away and try again.
If updating didn’t work, try removing the app from your phone and installing it again. This can help freshen things up and eliminate any corrupt files or data hindering app functionality.