Pokémon Go servers down! Here's why you're getting 'Failed to Log In' right now!

Can't get Pokemon Go to load? Nothing there when you get in? Everything frozen? Here's what's going on!


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June 20, 2017: Pokémon Trainer Club is down again — and still!

Pokémon Go trainers club is down and isn't showing any signs of going back up, at least not for some portion of users who can't log in. As a result of the extended downtime, the Fire- and Ice-type event has been extended a day.

From Reddit:

On June, 19 PDT, some Trainers using Pokémon Trainer Club reported issues accessing Pokémon GO on Android. Our team has been actively looking into this issue and working on a solution. We will be rolling out a fix that we anticipate will be out to all affected users by the end of the day today. We recognize that this has been an ongoing frustration and we are looking into long-term solutions to these login issues.

Update: Pokémon GO version 0.67.1 is gradually rolling out to all Android users. Update your app to resolve this issue.

Update 2: To help out folks affected by this issue, we've extended the Solstice Event. It will now end at 1:00 P.M. PDT on June 21.

May 18, 2017: Pokémon Trainer Club is down again

Update: Back up! Happy playing!

That means, if you use PTC to log in to Pokémon Go, you're currently getting the dreaded "Failed to Log In" error. (If you're using a Google account, you should be fine!) What makes this especially aggravating is that it's happening at the same time as the launch of the Pokémon Go Adventure Week Rock-type event. We'll update as soon as it's working again!

Ugh, Pokémon Go is down again — What should you do?

Don't delete the Pokémon Go app and re-download thinking it will get you back playing faster. All it will do is force you to enter your account name and password over and over again until the servers are back online, making it harder for you to check and see if it's working. Just be patient, wait, and try again every so often.

This isn't caused by there being too many people playing — this is because of a problem with the servers. Pokémon Go developer Niantic is trying to connect and authenticate who you are, so they can log you in and give you access to you account. That includes everything from your trainer to your Pokémon, your gear to your goodies.

Niantic is certainly aware of the problem and is no doubt working hard to fix it. So, everything should be back up and running as soon as possible.

While this may have ruined your plans to out hunting right now, it does give you extra time for planning and strategy. We have a ton of articles to help you get the most out of the game — see our latest Pokémon Go tips and tricks here! If you're already up to speed on those, try some of the others below!

Otherwise, stay strong and let us know when Pokémon is back up and running for you in the comments below!