A brand-new Harry Potter: Wizards Unite update has gone live today, September 4, 2019. Skip to the end of this guide to have a read through the complete list of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite 2.3.2 update patch notes. If you’d rather stay with us for a little while longer and learn more about the update, you can read through the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite version 2.3.2 update highlights featured below. Be warned, however, that this isn’t a large update in terms of patch notes, but it does bring with it Android 10 compatibility.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite 2.3.2 Update Highlights
As stated above, there isn’t too much in the way of patch notes to write about here. Despite this, the version 2.3.2 update for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is a big one in terms of what it brings. At long last, there is Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Android 10 compatibility.
Android 10 Compatibility
Finally, those of us with Android 10 devices should now be able to play Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. It’s not all sunshine and lollipops, however. The developers are aware of a few Android 10 issues in Wizards Unite. There are three known issues, in fact.
For example, you might find that you are unable to share your Portrait onto social media channels if you are playing Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on an Android 10 device. You may also experience crashes when you download your Portrait from the Ministry ID. If this does happen to you, you’ll be happy to hear that your Wizards Unite Portrait should still have saved to your phone.
On top of Android 10 compatibility, the Wizards Unite 2.3.2 update also brings with it some general bug fixes. Unfortunately, the patch notes don’t go into any details as to exactly what has been fixed.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite 2.3.2 Update Patch Notes
Read through the complete list of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite 2.3.2 update patch notes below, courtesy of Niantic:
- General Bug Fixes
Android Only Updates:
- Android 10 compatibility
Android 10 Known Issues:
- You may experience a game crash if you download your Portrait from the Ministry ID. The Portrait will still be saved to your device.
- You may not be able to select an image from your device gallery for your Ministry ID Portrait.
- You may not be able to share your Portrait to social networks.