Pokemon GO Unable to Authenticate Error Fix 2023

In our Pokemon GO Unable to Authenticate Error Fix 2023 guide, we are going to explain what to do if you get the “Failed to log in” error. This problem crops up every so often, either because there’s something wrong on your end or because the servers are down for whatever reason. If the cause of the situation is on your end, there are a few things you can try to fix it. Let’s begin.

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pokemon go unable to authenticate error fix 2023
Pokemon GO Unable to Authenticate Error Fix 2023

How to Fix Unable to Authenticate Error in Pokemon GO 2023

There are several things you can try to fix the Pokemon GO Unable to Authenticate error in 2023. First off, check Niantic’s support Twitter account or search Pokemon GO on Down Detector to see whether there’s a server outage. If there is, you’ll have to wait until they’re back. If not, then it’s time to take action. First off, you should check whether your internet connection is working properly. If it is, try restarting the app. Turn it off completely (use Force Stop on Android), and then go back in. While you’re in the App Settings, consider clearing out the cache of Pokemon GO. That can also help the situation sometimes. Doing that on iOS does require you to reinstall the game completely, though.

Another thing to try and fix the Unable to Authenticate error in Pokemon GO in 2023 is to restart your phone (or whatever device you might be playing on). And in case you’re afraid that your account might have been banned, try to sign in on a different device and with a more stable internet connection. If it lets you in without trouble, then your account is fine. However, you might want to consider adding another method of logging in, such as Facebook or a different Google account. And that’s about all we have. If you know of any other potential workarounds that have worked for you, let us know in the comments below. You’ll save both us and other Trainers some serious headaches.

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