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Hay Day not working on Android after latest update? Fix in the works

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New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on June 29, 2021) follows:

Hay Day is a popular farming game which has been available on Android since November 2013. The Hay Day Android app recently got an update.

However, it seems that the latest update has been inconveniencing Android users as they are facing some issues.

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As per multiple reports, Hay Day is not working, stuck on loading screen, or crashing for Android users.

Many users are experiencing this problem after the latest Hay Day update which clearly indicates that the issue might be widespread.

However, an official workaround for the said issues is available for the affected Hay Day players.

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(Source 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

According to support, affected users can try to clear the Hay Day app cache and data by heading over to the Manage apps section under Settings.

Also, users must select the Force Stop option before clearing the cache and data then install any available Hay Day update from the Play Store and restart the device.

While the workaround appears to be fixing the issues, the fix is only temporary as user reports indicate that the problems start occurring again after some time.

@hayday My game is still not loading. I have cleared the cache and data, restarted my device, and even uninstalled and reinstalled the app. Still not working.
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Did all of those worked. But when I close and went back to play issue occurred again
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It is unclear exactly why Hay Day is not working for Android users and the lack of a proper workaround or fix is further adding to their dilemma.

However, the issue has been officially acknowledged and the relevant team is working on a solution for the same.

Hopefully, the game developer, Supercell, soon releases a fix for the said issues so that users play Hay Day without any hassle.

That said, we will report back with more details as and when we get new information to share so stay tuned.

Update 1 (June 30)

Hay Day has confirmed, yet again, that they’re working on a fix. According to the team, they’re preparing an optional update that should fix the problem for all Android users.

However, the update may take a couple of days to begin rolling out although the team is aiming to release it sooner.

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(Source)

Update 2 (July 01)

Incoming is yet another status update on the matter according to which the team is waiting for the update to be approved, which may take some time. Here’s what they say:

We are working hard to fix the Android issues, We’re preparing an optional update to resolve this to make sure everyone can play again! We’re waiting for the update to be cleared and approved (this can take some time).

Update 3 (July 02)

The Hay Day team has shared a couple of official workarounds or measures that Android users can take to fix the problem on their phones. Here’s what they team suggested:

For Android Users.
Please do a fresh install.
Delete the game, clear the memory cache, update any google system apps and then reinstall Hay Day.
Make sure version is 1.51.90! (Source)

Disconnecting the game from Google Play seems to be working for some players. Disconnect the game from Google Play to be able to play! (Source)

Update 4 (July 03)

Some folks on Twitter suggest that if users download Hay Day via the Amazon App store, it will work as usual on Android phones. Here’s a detailed thread on Twitter that explains what to do.

Search for Amazon App Store on Google. Register, then download Hay Day from there.. (Source)

Just done it from amazon working fine thanks (Source)

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