Are you getting a Tinder error message on your mobile app?
There can be a lot of reasons for an error message to pop up on your Tinder app such as:
- Failure of the Tinder networks server
- Sharing inappropriate content
- Weak internet connection
- Corrupted Tinder app
- ISP blocking Tinder’s traffic
- Banned Tinder account
- Not updating Tinder app
Normally, all of the above problems can be fixed by one of the following 5 solutions:
- Force close the Tinder app
- Clear the Tinder app cache
- Update your Tinder app
- Use a VPN
- Reinstall the Tinder app
In this post, I’ll go through all the possible reasons why you are getting this message on Tinder, so you can troubleshoot why this is happening to you. Then I’ll go through the five fixes, so you can solve this problem for good.
Why Do I Get An Error Message On Tinder?
Are you having trouble sending or receiving messages to and from your matched profiles? Here’s what you need to fix these issues.
When you try to move forward with someone on Tinder and send a message to him or her, the Tinder app message displays an error message “Message failed to send”.
The message accompanies a yellow triangle with a question mark. You may also find that you can send messages to some matches while you fail to do so with a few others.
Now you are wondering if Tinder is blocking your message as sometimes the message goes through sooner or later.
It seems like Tinder’s filters are holding up some messages before passing them to your matches. It could also be that Tinder is testing a new security feature that limits the spread of hateful messages on its platform.
How To Fix My Tinder Messages? 5 Simple Fixes
It is a great inconvenience to not be able to send or receive messages from your matches.
Whether Tinder is blocking your message or something is wrong with your Tinder app or mobile phone, quite a few users found some luck by applying the following fixes one by one.
1. Force Close Tinder App On Your Mobile Phone
The first quick fix for your Tinder error message is to force-close your Tinder app and launch it again. To do that:
- Open your mobile phone Settings
- Go to your Apps Manager
- Scroll down and tap on Tinder
- Tap force-stop
- Now, relaunch your Tinder app and verify that you can send and receive messages on Tinder
2. Clear Tinder App Cache
Tinder and all other apps use their caches to boost up their performance so that you don’t have to depend on your mobile phone’s internal memory.
Sometimes, these caches bulk apps and cause an app to throw an error. To fix your Tinder error message, try clearing your Tinder app cache by:
- Going into your Mobile Settings –> Apps Manager –> Tinder
- Tap on Clear data
- Tap on Clear cache
3. Update Your Tinder App
Quite often, Tinder error message happens to those users who are using older versions of the Tinder app or forgot to update their Tinder app to its latest version.
To check if your Tinder app has a pending update:
- Go to Google Play Store or Apple Store
- Go to the Updates section
- If you see an available update, download and install it
- Restart your mobile phone and launch the Tinder app
4. Use A VPN
Sometimes, an ISP may block Tinder’s app or traffic as this is meant for adults. Therefore, your ISP can rob you of sending or receiving messages to and from your matches.
However, you can use a VPN to bypass blocked websites and access your Tinder app to resume messaging service.
5. Reinstall Tinder App
If all of the above fixes fail, the problem might be that your Tinder app is corrupted.
In this case, uninstall your TInder app from your mobile phone, Reinstall it, reboot your phone, and launch the Tinder app to fix your Tinder error message.
Why Tinder Is Not Working?
Apart from the Tinder message error, your Tinder app might not be working and causing other errors as well such as:
- Tinder app login error on Android and iPhone
- Tinder app not opening up/ not working
- “Oops, Something went wrong” error on Tinder app
- Tinder Network / Internet connection error
- Tinder Not responding error
To fix these issues, you can:
- Clear Tinder app data and app cache
- Update your Tinder app
- Delete and Reinstall your Tinder app
If these simple fixes didn’t work for you and your Tinder app is still misbehaving, you can try the following methods to resolve the issues.
Reset App Preferences
You might be facing unclear problems with your Tinder account. Sometimes, clearing the app preferences on your mobile device can fix the malfunctioning Tinder app. To do this:
- Go to phone Settings
- Open App Manager
- Locate “Reset App Preferences” and tap on it to fix common Tinder issues
Clear Your Google Play Service Cache
To clear your Google Play Services cache:
- Open Settings on your iPhone or Android device
- Tap on Apps Manager or Apps
- Locate Google Play Services
- Tap on the Clear Cache option
Check Your Internet Speed
If you are having problems with Tinder on your mobile data, you can switch to a WIFI connection and see if that works for you.
Your mobile data might have reached its daily limit and maybe that is causing your Tinder app to stop working. On your Phone, tap on “SIM cards and mobile networks” to change the daily limits of your mobile data and the APN.
Tinder Account Banned
If you see a “Something went wrong 40303” error message while logging in to Tinder, it means that your Tinder account is blocked.
You need to contact Tinder customer support to review your account. Alternatively, you can make a new Tinder account with new credentials.
We have tried our best to help you fix the Tinder error message on your mobile device.
Tinder is a great app for dating. Hopefully, these fixes will get you back on track to access Tinder again so that you can find new matches for yourself.