It’s frustrating when you’re playing your favorite game and you find out that you get a “Internet Error” bug.

 

fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps

 

The truth is, you’re not that all alone because it’s been plaguing all our iOS and Android PUBG mobile versions too. 

In this guide, I’ll show you how you can fix the Internet Error on PUBG bug on your mobile app in less than a minute of your time. 

 

 

Why is it showing the error?

The “Internet Error” on PUBG happens whenever you cannot connect to servers that you need to connect to in order the play the game. 

This can be fixed as it is your DNS server that your ISP is using which has trouble connecting to the game’s servers.  So all you have to do, really, is just change the DNS server from the one that you’re using right now to another one. 

 

Awesome. Let’s dive right in.

 

 

What you’ll need.

  Your internet connection is working and is stable.

  Your internet speed and ping are good to play a multiplayer online game.

  You’re not using your cellular network to play the game. This has been known to cause problems on Android devices as well as on iOS too.

 

 

How to Fix Internet Error on PUBG Mobile Apps: 4 Steps 

 

If you’re on iOS.

Step 1:  Jump into your Settings app and then tap on your Wi-Fi (which is under Airplane Mode).

 

Step 2:  Now next to the Wi-Fi that you’re connected to right now, just tap on the little blue i symbol  fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps .

 

Step 3:  Next, scroll down to under DNS and then tap on Configure DNS.

 

fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps

 

 

Note 

In your Configure DNS page, at the top make sure that you set it to Manual and not Automatic.

 

fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps

 

 

Step 4:  All you have to do now is under DNS Servers, just slide from right to left on the old DNS settings to Delete them and then tap on Add Server to add either Google DNS or OpenDNS:

 

Google DNS

8.8.8.8

8.8.4.4

 

OpenDNS

208.67.222.123

208.67.220.123

 

Hit Save (to your top right hand corner) and you’re done!

 

 

 

If you’re on Android.

These steps apply to Android Oreo.

 

Step 1:  Jump into your Settings app and then tap on Wi-Fi & Network. 

 

Step 2:  Now tap and hold on your WiFi network name. (do not tap on the lock icon next to it) 

 

Step 3:  You should see a menu that pop ups. Tap on Modify Network. 

 

Step 4:  Enter your password for your network and then tap Advanced Options.

 

fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps

 

 

Step 5:  Next, scroll down until you find IP Settings. Found it? Great! Tap on IP Settings and then replace DHCP with Static.

 

fix internet error on PUBG mobile apps

 

 

Step 6:  You’re almost done! Now scroll down a little further and you’ll see DNS 1 and DNS 2. All you have to do here is just enter your new DNS Settings which can either be Google DNS or OpenDNS:

 

Google DNS

For DNS 1, you add: 8.8.8.8

For DNS 2, you add: 8.8.4.4

 

OpenDNS

For DNS 1, you add: 208.67.222.123

For DNS 2, you add: 208.67.220.123

 

Hit Save and you’re done!

 

You can go try out your PUBG and the error should go away. If not give your phone a restart and try it once again. 

 

 

Share this guide with anyone, your PUBG mates or gals and help them if they’re stuck on this same error. 🙂