Pokemon GO fans often encounter errors while playing, such as No Internet Connection. Usually, these errors are harmless and don’t affect the overall experience.
However, some errors can be annoying, such as the Pokemon GO Map error:
> I downloaded the app and played with my nephew for about 10 minutes. Then > I tried logging out, and when I tried to log back in, it said that the map was > not installed.
This error will prevent you from playing Pokemon GO, so today we’re going to show you how to fix Pokemon GO Map errors once and for all.
- Pokemon GO Map errors can occur due to outdated drivers or issues with the app.
- Be sure to update your drivers to fix the Pokemon Go Map error, or try restarting the app.
Uninstall/Reinstall the app
- First, open the Google Play Store.
- Next, open the Pokemon GO app, and select More.
- Now, select Uninstall.
- Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the uninstallation process.
- After it’s uninstalled, open it from the app list in the Google Play Store.
- Now, select Install.
Update your device
- Make sure all the apps on your device are updated.
- It’s best to do so manually.
- Click the Start button, type app update, and select App updates.
- Click the Check for updates button.
Clear the cache
- Open Google Chrome, then click the three vertical dots on the top-right corner and select Settings.
- Go to the Advanced tab, then select Clear browsing data under Privacy and Security.
- Select the checkboxes next to Cached images and files and Cookies and other site data.
- Click on Clear data.
Change your GPS location
- Go to Settings > Privacy > Location.
- Enable Location services.
- Go to Settings > System > Language & Location.
- Set the location to America.
Restart your device
- Delete the Pokemon GO app from your phone
Restart your device again
Log out from your Google account
- Log back in to your Google account