Clubhouse not Working
The Clubhouse is an invite-only social networking app for iOS and Android that allows users to engage in voice chat rooms with thousands of other users. Live talks are held on the audio-only app, and users can engage by speaking and listening. Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Alpha Exploration Co. originally debuted the app on iOS in March 2020 with a beta launch for Android in 2021. The app has gained millions of followers over time so many instances where it isn’t functioning well can be problematic. Scroll down to learn more about the problem.
Why is Clubhouse not working?
Clubhouse or any other app for that matter could have trouble functioning due to a variety of reasons. In such a case, the first thing that you need to do is to check whether this is a widespread issue or whether you’re the only one experiencing it. You can check by visiting official social media pages and community threads to see if it is a problem on the developer’s end. If not, then there are a few ways to fix the issue. Scroll down to check them out!
How to fix the ‘There was an Error please try again’ issue?
Listed below are some of the possible solutions to fix the problem. Try them out in order and see if the issue is fixed,
Ensure Proper Internet Connection
Clubhouse will have poor audio quality and may display a poor connection alert if the internet is too slow or unstable. Check to see whether you’ve reached your daily data limit if the internet is having problems. Also, check to see if your service provider or network is having any issues. While travelling, problems with connectivity are especially likely.
By creating a private network for internet connectivity, a VPN provides you with online privacy and anonymity. However, it can cause problems on occasion, especially if you’re connected to a busy server. So, if you’re using a VPN on your phone, try temporarily removing it to see if that fixes the problem. If not, continue with the steps below.
Change Your DNS
Changing DNS has helped a number of users with the Clubhouse app’s weak connection issue. It’s absolutely secure, and you can use trustworthy services like Google and Cloudflare to modify your DNS servers. Here are the steps for doing it,
Open Settings on your Android phone.
Go to Network and Internet settings.
Here, click on Private DNS.
Change it from Automatic to Private.
Then, enter dns.google as the hostname of the DNS provider and save.
Ensure that Mobile Data is Enabled
You can disable internet access for individual apps on both Android and iOS. Check to see whether the Clubhouse app’s mobile data access has been mistakenly disabled. You can do this by going to Settings and then selecting Clubhouse. Here are the steps for doing it,
Open Settings on your phone.
Go to Apps & notifications > See all apps.
Look for Clubhouse. Tap it.
Click on Mobile Data & Wifi. Allow data access if disabled.
Open Settings on your iPhone.
Scroll down and click on Clubhouse.
Enable the toggle for Mobile Data if turned off.
Similarly, enable Background Data Refresh.
Log out and Log in again
Try logging out of the app and logging in again. This will update your account data in the Clubhouse app, removing any issues that may have occurred previously.Here’s how you can do it,
Open the Clubhouse app.
Tap your profile icon at the top right corner.
Click on Settings (gear icon) at the top right.
Tap the Log out button at the bottom.
Then, login back into your account again.
Check if Clubhouse is Down
If none of the above methods fixes the problem, then the issue is probably not on your end. It could be Clubhouse going through maintenance or having server issues. So, check if it’s working fine for other people. You can do this by visiting official social media pages like Twitter and community threads. If you still can’t zero in on the issue, then contact the Clubhouse customer support team and register the problem.
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