Easy Methods To Fix Twitter Installation Problem

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Method 1- Check For The Storage Available On Your Phone:

  •  On your phone’s home screen, click on the “Settings” icon.
  •  Open”Storage”(Here, you will find the storage available on your phone)
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  • If your phone does not have more than 50 MB, you might have to uninstall other applications.
  •  Once you have more storage space on your phone, try to download Twitter again.
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    Method 2- Clear The App’s Data:

    Clearing the app’s data can boost the speed of the app and fix other common issues.

  • On your phone’s home screen, click on the “Settings” icon.
  •  Click on “Applications”.
  •  Select the “Twitter” app and scroll down, click on “Clear Data”
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Note- “After clearing the app’s data, turn your phone off and then on.”

 

Method 3- Check Your Phone’s Time Zone Settings:

Make sure while installing Twitter on your Android, your phone must have the latest version of date, time and timezone, and its settings are set up to update automatically

  • Click on “Menu” on your phone’s home screen.
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  •  Click on “Settings”.
  •   Now select “Date & Time”.
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  •  Ensure to enable “Set Automatically” option.

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Method 4- Uninstall and Reinstall The App:

Make sure to store backup data before uninstalling the app-

Uninstall the Twitter for Android App-

  • Click on “Settings” option and select “Application”.
  • Select “Manage Application”
  •  Now select “Twitter”
  • Click on the “Uninstall” icon located at the top.

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Install the Twitter for Android App-

  •  Open the “Google Store”
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  • Look for “Twitter” for Android.
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  • Now click on “Download” and accept the permissions.
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  • Once the installation of the Twitter app finishes, open the app and sign in.

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You can also check for the internet connection, having a strong internet connection would be helpful. If you are using a Wi-Fi connection, try an alternate Wi-fi connection, if it works then it means your previous Wi-Fi connection does not accept SSL or blocking Twitter installation.

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