Recently, PUBG mobile users ran into an error that prevented users from accessing the app. The internet error occurs on both the Android and iOS applications. However, there is a way to fix the Internet Error PUBG bug. In this article, we teach you how to do just that.
What Is Internet Error PUBG Bug?
The specific error occurs when you cannot connect to the PUBG servers. Normally, it relates to your internet settings such as the DNS server. Users report that changing the DNS server often times fixes the issue. To do this, you need a stable internet connection. Not a mobile connection but a WiFi connection.
How To Fix Internet Error On PUBG For iOS
- Firstly, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Then, tap on your WiFi connection.
- Near to your WiFi connection info, there is a blue i. Tap it.
- Then, scroll down to DNS.
- Tap Configure DNS.
- Set it to Manual.
- Lastly, under DNS Servers, slide from right to left to delete the old DNS servers.
- Then, tap Add Server to enter one of the following servers from Google or Open DNS.
- Once complete, tap save to register the changes. Restart your phone for good measure. Do you play Fortnite? Then, check out our guide on how to gain free V-Bucks.
How To Fix Internet Error On PUBG For Android
- Firstly, open the Settings app on your Android device.
- Then, tap on WiFi & Network.
- Search for the network to which you are connected and tap and hold it.
- A menu appears and from the menu select Modify Network.
- Enter the network password and tap Advanced Options.
- Then, scroll to and tap IP Settings.
- Here, change DHCP to Static.
- Once done, scroll until you see DNS 1 and DNS 2.
- Lastly, enter the DNS Settings from either of the below options.
- Once complete, hit save to apply the changes. Restart your phone for good measure. Do you play Fortnite? Then, check out our guide on how to get free V-Bucks.