Discord arrived in 2015 as a new free instant messaging service that quickly became particularly popular with gamers.
Discord offers many possibilities thanks to its server-based operation with separate chat, voice and video channels. For example, it is often used by streamers to communicate with others while gaming.
The service is available through web browsers, desktop clients (Windows OS, macOS and Linux) and dedicated apps (Android and iOS).
However, many Discord app users on Android are currently facing an annoying crashing issue that prevents them from using the service.
Discord app constantly crashes on Android devices
@discord hey! I woke up this morning on a call with a friend, but apparently the discord keeps crashing after about 2-10 minutes. I went back to standard discord and even did a fresh install, but nothing tells me what’s going on? (I’m on Samsung GS10 mobile discord).
No no no. I am not hacked. I have taken several steps to ensure this does not happen. I still have my account for now. It’s just the fact that my discord keeps crashing. And several other people have the same problem. Thanks anyway.
Many reports agree that the Discord Android app crashing issue occurs approximately every 3 minutes.
Could be a server side issue
It’s worth pointing out that the Android Discord app recently received an update. However, the problem could be on Discord’s side as the service was working fine until a few hours ago.
Mobile app keeps crashing suddenly
I’m going crazy. Everything was working fine all day every day, now all of a sudden the app crashes like 3 times in a row and then everything is fine for a minute. I tried clearing data and cache, reinstalling, restarting my phone, etc. No advice? Is Discord having issues or what?
I’m on the S10+, recently got a phone update last night, but Discord was still working fine all day so far.
Also, completely uninstalling and reinstalling the app doesn’t help to fix the problem either.
There doesn’t seem to be a workaround that helps alleviate the crashing issue. There is also no official acknowledgment from the developers.
We’ll update this story once new events on the subject arise.
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