Even though Clash of Clans is a premium mobile game, there are still some issues with it. New reports from the Clash of Clans community are showing that the game keeps randomly crashing and prompting the following error: “Unfortunately, Clash of Clans has stopped”. This is causing fans to get angry because the game can crash in the middle of combat, but luckily, we have just the right solution for it!
Updating the Game
The annoying error is not caused by any bugs or malfunctions and it can happen to all Android games. The most common reason why this error pops up is because the game is not updated. Clash of Clans uses the internet to check the user’s Google account so that it can load up his or her village. If the game is not updated, Clash of Clans will not be able to load up the village and an error pops up.
- Access the Google Play Store;
- Open the “My Apps” panel;
- Search for Clash of Clans;
- Tap on the “Update” button;
- The game will now update itself.
Clearing Data and Cache Files
If updating Clash of Clans didn’t get rid of the “Unfortunately, Clash of Clans has stopped” error, then we advise fans to clear their game data and cache files. While this might seem like a complicated task, Clash of Clans fans don’t need to do anything else than to follow the short step-by-step guide down below.
- Head over to the “Settings” panel;
- Search for the “Application” tab in the list options and tap on it;
- Now search for “Clash of Clans” and access it;
- The “Clash of Clans” panel will feature the options to “Clear Data” and “Clear Cache”;
- All that’s left is to click the two buttons and then reboot the smartphone.