Pokemon Go : Shop completely empty & In-App purchase Network error message issue troubling Samsung owners
Pokemon Go Abra Community Day has finally concluded, and it happened after such a long wait. The event was earlier planned for March, but it got delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We certainly hope, you have enjoyed Abra Community Day.
Apart from this, Niantic is also giving some free rewards to players. You can get those rewards by redeeming a promo code. Players will get 20 Great Balls & 20 Razz Berries after using the code. You can get more details regarding it by heading here.
Cut to now, Niantic recently rolled out an update 0.173.2 for Pokemon Go. It has fixed the crashing & freezing issues for Samsung Galaxy S20 & S10 owners. Also, it resolves the problem of Pokemon Go Plus not connecting with the game.
Well, a new issue has now surfaced out for Pokemon Go players, especially for Samsung users. A Pokemon Go Trainer & Reddit user, aleksav98, has shared an issue in which a Network error message regarding in-app purchases is popping up for players. Have a look at it down below.
Many other players have also confirmed this issue & it is appearing while catching Pokemon. Well, the error is popping up even though players have not entered the game shop. Also, the shop is completely empty for many players. Have a look at a few complaints down below.
Well, Niantic has not officially addressed this issue yet. But we certainly hope, devs will resolve this problem at the earliest. Rest assured, we are keeping a tab on all the developments & will update you with more information whenever it arrives.
For a quick refresher, Pokemon Go is one of the best-augmented reality games that are currently available on the market. The game was launched in 2016 & since then it has been running strong. Pokemon Go generated revenue of $1.4 billion for Niantic in 2019.
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