Online games are fantastic ways of preoccupying our time, but a major downside to them being “always online” is that they can stop working if there are issues with the servers. One such error you may encounter in Monopoly GO is “No internet connection was found” – but can you fix it? Here’s what you need to know.
Can You Fix “No Internet Connection Was Found” Error in Monopoly GO?
The answer to this is complicated because it depends on whether the Monopoly GO servers are down, or whether you’re having a connection issue on your end. To find out if it’s a problem on the game’s side, check the Monopoly GO server status.
How to Fix Monopoly GO “No Internet Connection Was Found” Error
If the Monopoly GO servers aren’t down, then the problem is most likely on your end. There are a handful of things you can do to troubleshoot the “No internet connection was found” error in Monopoly GO:
- Check if there are any Monopoly GO updates.
- Force-close Monopoly GO and restart the app.
- Restart your iOS or Android device.
- Turn your device’s WiFi off and on.
- Reboot your router.
- Check if you can connect to the internet with other devices. If you can’t, contact your internet service provider.
If you’ve tried all the above methods and the error persists, contact Scopely on their customer support page and send in a support ticket. Make sure you list all the methods you’ve tried so they can help you nail down the root of the problem.
How to Check Monopoly GO Server Status
Monopoly GO doesn’t have a dedicated server status website, though there are a few other ways you can check the server status: