Pokemon GO 0.31.0 Android & 1.1.0 iOS Update: Bug Problems, Fixes And More

Pokemon GO 0.31.0 Android & 1.1.0 iOS Update: Bug Problems, Fixes And More
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Pokemon GO has received worldwide popularity; it has also been riddled with problems and bugs. Thankfully, Niantic has released an update both Android (0.31.0) and iOS (v1.1.0) devices.


Pokémon Go Update

Gaming updates are usually released to improve the experience or solve a number of problems like lags and bugs. However, when Niantic released an update for Pokémon Go, it did not occur to people that it will come with a “nasty” surprise with it.

Specifically, Niantic released the Pokémon Go update for both Android (0.31.0) and iOS (v1.1.0) devices. As per the company’s release notes, people can expect the following from the update:

– Avatars can now be re-customized from the Trainer profile screen

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– Adjusted battle move damage values for some Pokémon

– Refined certain Gym animations

– Improved memory issues

– Removed footprints of nearby Pokémon

– Modified battle damage calculation

– Various bug fixes during wild Pokémon encounter

– Updates to the Pokémon details screen

– Updated achievement medal images

– Fixed issues with displaying certain map features

– Minor text fixes

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Pokémon Go Problems

However, even with the good news of an update, what struck people was a bug that can wipe out the trainer’s account details.

“Saw one other person with this issue so far. I’m quite concerned, not only because of the hours I’ve put in but the amount of real money too. I forgot my password (Google), clicked “Help”, entered the last password I remembered for the account; it logged me in and took me to the new trainer creation screen. Now even after deleting the app and all of its data and reinstalling all I can log into is this “new account” which is linked to the same Gmail address as my level 25 one, so apparently that’s been completely wiped and replaced,” International Business Times quoted a Pokémon Go user.

For those who want to get their trainer account back, they should try to tap on “forgot password” then follow the instructions. Key in the new password so user can access the original user-ID and even retrieved the last saved Trainer level.

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