Supercell launches the Everdale video game beta version recently in August 2021 that’s available for Android and iOS mobile platforms. The game has already received 4.8/5 ratings on Apple App Store and 4.6/5 ratings on Google Play Store which is really appreciable. However, the Everdale game isn’t bug-free and has some issues with Crashing on Android, iPhone, or iPad. If you’re also facing the same, you can follow this guide.
To be precise, there can be several reasons behind such crashing issues whether it may be during the gameplay or startup. First of all, an outdated game version or corrupted installation may cause several issues with the crashing. Whereas the app cache data or the storage data can also become corrupted in some scenarios. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into the workaround below.
- How to Fix Everdale Crashing Issue on Android, iPhone, or iPad?
- 1. Check System Requirements
- 2. Check for Everdale Updates
- 3. Update Android System WebView (Android Only)
- 4. Update Device Software
- 5. Close Other Running Apps
- 6. Clear Cache Data of Everdale (Android Only)
- 7. Force Stop and Re-open the game (Android Only)
- 8. Reinstall the Everdale game
How to Fix Everdale Crashing Issue on Android, iPhone, or iPad?
Before heading over to the other solutions, make sure that your Android or iOS device is meeting the following system requirements properly.
1. Check System Requirements
Here we’ve mentioned both the minimum Android and iOS specifications that you should check out.
- 0.5 GB of RAM (1GB or more recommended)
- Android OS 4.1 or better
- A screen resolution of 800×480
Please Note: Everdale Support has mentioned that it’s not guaranteed that the game will run properly on these device specifications always. Android devices are made for different purposes and may not offer all kinds of compatibility to gaming. Meanwhile, if you’re using the modified OS or Custom OS then the game may seem unstable.
- 1 GB of RAM minimum
- iOS 9 or better
- iPhone 5 or better
- 640 x 960 screen resolution minimum (higher is recommended)
Please Note: Keep in mind that some iOS/iPadOS running devices such as iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5th Gen, iPad 2, or iPad Mini have 512MB RAM. Therefore, the game may not launch or run properly on these models.
2. Check for Everdale Updates
If you’re using the outdated Everdale game application on your handset then you should check for the latest updates.
- Open the Google Play Store app > Tap on the hamburger menu icon.
- Next, tap on My Apps & games > Make sure to check whether the Everdale game update is showing on the list of the available updates or not.
- If so, just tap on the Update button next to the app and wait for it to install.
- Once done, make sure to open the game, and check for the issue. [You can also restart your handset to refresh the system and app data]
- Open the Apple App Store application on the iPhone.
- Now, tap on the Profile Picture icon from the top-right corner.
- Scroll down a bit to see which apps are available for update.
- Check whether the Everdale game update is on the list or not.
- If the app is there, then make sure to tap on the Update button.
- Wait for the installation process to complete.
- Finally, launch the Everdale game, and check if the startup crashing problem is still bothering you or not.
3. Update Android System WebView (Android Only)
- Open the Google Play Store app on your Android device.
- Type Android System WebView in the search bar.
- Click on the Update button next to the title of the application.
- Once done, make sure to reboot your device to apply changes.
4. Update Device Software
The chances are high enough that your device software becomes outdated enough which is causing issues with the performance or app processes. So, try updating the device software to the latest version by following the steps below:
- Go to the device Settings menu and scroll down to the bottom.
- Tap on System > Select Advanced.
- Go to System Update and the device will automatically check for available updates.
- If the update is available, make sure to tap on Download and Install.
- Let the process be completed and your device will reboot automatically.
Do note that the above steps may vary depending on your device model or manufacturer.
- Tap on Settings > Select General.
- Select Software Update > It’ll automatically search for the available update.
- If the update is available, then choose to Download and Install.
- If prompted, just input the screen unlock code of your iPhone/iPad.
- Wait for the update process to get completed.
- Finally, the device will reboot automatically.
5. Close Other Running Apps
This is one of the most common reasons behind the app crashing issues on any device. It’s better to close other running apps or tasks on your handset by following the steps below:
- Swipe up and hold from the middle bottom of the device screen to open the Recents panel. [If you’re using the on-screen navigation keys then you should tap on the recent key and clear all opened apps]
- On iOS or iPadOS running devices, you can swipe up and hold from the middle bottom of the screen to open the Recents panel.
- Then manually clear all the opened apps.
- Once all closed, go to Settings > General > Background App Refresh.
- Make sure to turn on the Background App Refresh toggle.
- Finally, enable this feature for Everdale from the list of installed apps.
6. Clear Cache Data of Everdale (Android Only)
Clearing the cache data of the Everdale game on your Android device can easily help the game to run properly. In some cases, corrupted cache data can cause several issues whatsoever.
- Tap and hold the Everdale game icon from the home screen.
- Tap on App Info > Select Storage & cache.
- Now, tap on Clear Cache > Tap on Clear Storage.
- If prompted, confirm the task.
- Once done, make sure to restart your device and try launching the Everdale game again.
7. Force Stop and Re-open the game (Android Only)
Maybe the game is already running in the background and due to the system glitch, it doesn’t get cleared from the system resources. So, you should force stop the game and re-open it.
- Go to the Settings menu on your Android device > Go to Apps & Notifications.
- Tap on See All Apps > Head over to Everdale under the App info section.
- Next, tap on Everdale to open the app info page > Tap on Force Stop.
- If prompted, just confirm the task.
- Once done, open the game again.
8. Reinstall the Everdale game
If none of the methods worked for you then you should uninstall and reinstall the Everdale game on your mobile as a last resort. It’ll eventually delete all the saved app data and refresh the system if there is an issue with the game data.
- Tap and hold the Everdale game icon to open the pop-up menu.
- Now, tap on Uninstall. [You can also go to App Info and select Uninstall]
- Once uninstalled completely, just reboot your mobile.
- Finally, go to the Google Play Store app > Search for Everdale and tap on Install.
- Once installed, launch the game to check for the crashing issue.
- Tap and hold the Everdale game icon from the home screen on your iPhone/iPad.
- Tap on Remove App from the pop-up menu > Tap on Delete App.
- The system will again ask you whether to delete the app or not.
- Now, select the Delete button to uninstall it completely.
- Once done, head over to the Apple App Store application on your iPhone/iPad.
- Then tap on the Search icon > Search for Everdale.
- Tap on the Get button or cloud download icon.
- Once installed, just launch the game.
That’s it, guys. We hope this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.