Niantic has released a new update for Pokemon Go, which is full of bugs and it crashes on Android devices. There are many gamers who have reported problems while playing the popular game on their phones after installing the latest update. What can be done to fix this?

It seems that Niantic has successfully infuriated a bunch of Pokemon Go fans, as the latest patch has affected over 40 different device platforms. The glitch that was slipped in Pokemon Go update 0.55.0 crashes the game when players open the medals list. Everything works well as long as you avoid clicking your Avatar, because this action will trigger a bug that crashes the app, but it’s not sure if everything is wiped from your current session.

Some gamers have reported that they encountered another bug when they tapped a Pokemon, but fortunately, this problem affected only a limited group of mobile devices. The full list of devices that have been affected by the bug include:



– Acer Liquid E700;
– Android 5.1 WIAM #23 (Local Brand);
– Asus zenpad 8.0 (6.0.1);
– BLU Life Xl – LTE;
– Galaxy S3 Neo;
– Galaxy S4;
– Galaxy S4 Mini (CM11);
– Galaxy S5;
– Galaxy C7;
– Galaxy J5 (2016) Dual Sim;
– Galaxy J7 (2016);
– Galaxy Note 2 (4.4.2);
– Galaxy Note 3 (4.4.2);
– Galaxy S2 (CM11) 4.4.4 + Crashes on Pokedex;
– Galaxy Avant;
– Galaxy Grand Prime;
– HTC 10;
– Huawei Nova;
– Huawei Honor 3C;
– Huawei Honor 5X;
– Huawei Honor 6 (Chinese version) running on EMUI 3.1 Android 5.1.1;
– Huawei P8 Lite (6.0.1);
– kyocera duraforce;
– LG G Stylo;
– LG K350n;
– LG X Power;
– LG Nexus 4;
– Lenovo p70a;
– Moto G3;
– Moto G4 (update to Android 7.0 in order to get rid of the bug);
– Moto G4 Plus;
– Moto X 2014 6.0;
– Moto Z Play;
– Nexus 6 (7.0.1);
– Nexus 6P;
– OnePlusOne;
– OnePlus 2 = Broken;
– Sony Xperia Z5 Compact (6.0.1) GoPlus experiencing weird connections
– Xiaomi Redmi Note 2;
– Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro;
– Xiamomi mi4s;
– Xiaomi Redmi 4 Pro/Prime 6.0.1/MiUI;
– Xiamo MiMax;
– Umi Diamond;
– ZTE Imperial Max.

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