There are several different errors that can impact Mystic Messenger on both iOS and Android devices. Errors that pop up and stop players from accessing the game are frustrating, but thankfully there is a fix and troubleshooting steps. Here’s how to fix the Mystic Messenger “Service Unavailable” error, covering Error 503 and “Back-end server is at capacity.”
Mystic Messenger “Service Unavailable” error fix
To fix the Mystic Messenger “Service Unavailable” error, players should do the following:
- Check Mystic Messenger server status.
- With no clear official page, players should monitor the “#mysticmessenger” hashtag on Twitter to see if other users are experiencing similar issues.
- Fully close the app and reopen it.
- Swipe away the app on Android or iOS and then click the app icon to boot it back up.
- Reboot the iOS or Android device.
- Sometimes the tried-and-true “turn it off and back on again” can solve an issue.
- Give the game an hour or two for potential maintenance.
- Unscheduled downtime can occur for some games. Often, developers don’t make the effort to let players know. This can lead to confusion when users can’t connect. Wait to see if the issue is resolved after a short period of time.
Here’s hoping the developers give plenty of warning about upcoming downtime, so that players know when to expect the game to suddenly become unplayable.
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