What the heck? You get occasional login error messages on Android, don’t you?
Snapchat is a handy app that is the best way to share photos with your friends and followers. The feature that made Snapchat famous is the filters itself. But this error breaks it all!
Yeah, the even Snapchat official team knows this. And it seems like they aren’t planning to roll out an update to fix this.
That’s why I thought you would find a guide on fixing Snapchat login temporary failed error helpful.
How to Fix “Snapchat login temporarily failed” error on Android
You might have got the error that says “Oh no! Your login temporarily failed, so please try again later. If your login continues to fail, please visit https://support.snapchat.com/a/failed-login :)” many times. Chances are you couldn’t even figure out what went wrong and what to do next.
So here it comes.
Whenever you face this issue again, you must check the following things.
- Whether or not your phone is rooted.
- The time on your device is correct.
- A valid Google account is present.
The Snapchat team has stated that the rooted phones may get this error more often. So the solution is unrooting your device. Yeah, it is possible.
In case the time on your phone is not correct, go to Settings → System → Date and Time. You can make it right from there.
A possible error is not having a Google account. You can solve the problem by following the steps given below.
How to Add and Sync Your Google Account on Android
Step #1. Take your phone and go to Settings. Scroll down to see Accounts. Don’t forget to open the same.
Step #2. You will see an Add account option there. Tapping on the same gets you to a new screen with different services.
Step #3. Choose Google and then enter your Gmail address. After clicking Next, you will have to enter the password.
Step #4. Then, go with the procedure by taking action accordingly. You have added Google account on the device.
And, you can get back on the Account screen to see the logged in services. Select Google from there.
Step #5. A button of three dots can be seen on the top-right corner of the screen. There you go. Tap on it and go with sync now option.
Hurray! You have done it.
I think you now know how to get this error that prevents you from accessing Snapchat.
In case you find the issue prevails, you need to contact the support team to have a proper solution. Try to clear app cache and data. And, reinstall the same. Most probably, you will find it works like the charm.