Call of Duty: Mobile players unable to login via Facebook, getting 'authorization error 270fd309'
With game modes like Battle Royale, Team Deathmatch, and more, Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the most played games on iOS and Android devices.
It has a pretty solid player base but the game also has its own set of flaws. Now, an issue has been preventing COD Mobile players from logging in via Facebook.
As per multiple reports, Call of Duty: Mobile players are getting ‘Authorization error. (270fd309)’ while logging into the game via Facebook.
The issue is clearly widespread and generic troubleshooting options like restarting the game and device, clearing app cache and data, and even reinstalling game are also not helping.
It is unclear why Call of Duty: Mobile is giving authorization error 270fd309 with Facebook login since no official comments have been made on the matter so far.
HELP!!! suddenly i can no longer sign into my account. when i try to login via facebook, all i get is authorization error (270FD309). i have deleted the app then reinstalled without again luck with logging in (still get login authorization error code; same error code). help needed ✌️
@ATVIAssist I have a error authorization when I try to login with Facebook to my COD Mobile account. The number of the error is 270FD309 can someone help me please?
Also, the lack of a workaround is further adding to users’ dilemma as they are unable to access their game profiles by any means.
Interestingly, an affected player pointed out that creating and logging in with a new Facebook account is working for them.
However, they are unable to find their initial Call of Duty: Mobile profile in the game linked to a Facebook account which is giving authorization error 270fd309.
Given the issue only occurs when players are trying to login via Facebook, it’s possible that it might be from Facebook’s end and not with the COD Mobile game.
However, this is still based on speculation as Activision or game support are yet to clarify things from their end.
Hopefully, Activision or Facebook shed some light on the matter soon or better yet fix the issue altogether so that players can log into their COD: Mobile accounts.
That said, we will keep tracking this and will report back with more details when they become available.
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