It is fun to explore and listen to the different audio content in the Clubhouse app. However, there are times when the feed is not loading any content. For some users, the rooms are not showing up or the social media app is not working at all. If you face the same dilemma, there are ways that you can do to fix and resolve the problem.
Troubleshoot & Fix Clubhouse Mobile App Feed Error Loading or Rooms Not Showing Up Problem
There are several reasons why your Clubhouse voice social media app feed is not loading data or not opening on your mobile device. It may be due to your network signal or corrupted cache files in your app. The Clubhouse server may be down at the moment and causes the app not to work properly. In some cases, the problem is with the drop-in audio chat app itself or the data stored in your Android or iOS mobile device.
Below are a few methods that you can do and try to help fix the Clubhouse app crashing or not opening error on Android phone or iPhone. Follow each solution one at a time and try to reload the app to see if it works.
Solution #1 – Exit the Clubhouse App
A quick reboot of the app will help refresh the process on your device. It often works after you relaunch the app and try again.
Solution #2 – Power Cycle your Device
As mentioned above, your Internet connection may be causing the error. You can try to power cycle your device to refresh your network signal.
- Exit the app and turn off your device.
- Unplug your modem and router.
- Wait for at least 1 minute before plugging them back in and connecting to the Internet.
- Now, turn on your device and relaunch the Clubhouse app.
Solution #3 – Check for Clubhouse Server Updates
If the Clubhouse server is down, you cannot do anything about it except wait for them to resolve the issue. You can check for any updates if their server is down. Check other social media accounts and verify them through the Clubhouse website.
Solution #4 – Clear the Clubhouse App Cache
- Launch the Settings menu of your device.
- Navigate to Apps & Notifications.
- Tap See all apps.
- Select Clubhouse.
- Tap Force Stop.
- Tap Storage.
- Select Clear Cache.
Solution #5 – Re-Login to your Clubhouse Account
Before you log out, make sure you have your account details on hand.
- Open the Clubhouse app.
- Go to your Profile.
- Select Settings.
- Tap Logout.
- Wait for a few moments before you login back into your account.
Solution #6 – Change your Network DNS
- Open the Settings menu.
- Go to WiFi & Network.
- Select Private DNS.
- Look for the Automatic DNS and tap to open it.
- Select Private.
- Enter dns.google or 220.127.116.11.cloudflare-dns.com for the hostname.
- Tap Save.
Solution #7 – Reinstall the Clubhouse App
- First, uninstall the app on your device.
- Go to Google Play Store.
- Navigate to My apps & games.
- Look for Clubhouse.
- Tap Uninstall.
- Now, go to the Search option.
- Enter Clubhouse.
- Install the app again.
If none of the solutions above work, you need to contact Clubhouse customer support to report the issue. Did any of the methods above help you fix the error? Which one did? You can let us know by writing a comment below.