How to Fix Unfortunately The Elder Scrolls Blades has Stopped Error on Android

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The Elder Scrolls Blades APK is available for download for Android Devices. Many of you must have already installed the APK and already playing it on your Android smartphones. Even though the game is not officially released its unreleased APK made to the market. Since gamers from all around the world have started playing this game, we have numerous messages about very known error ‘Unfortunately The Elder Scrolls Blades has Stopped Error’. You are here because you must have also encountered this error. Anyhow, the good news is that this error seems scary but it’s very easy to fix. Follow the below guide to Fix Unfortunately The Elder Scrolls Blades has Stopped Error for Android.

Unfortunately The Elder Scrolls Blades has Stopped Error

This error occurs due to data crash, weak internet connection or corrupted cache files. Most of the times its corrupted cache files which cause the game or application exit abruptly. And when you are playing a game like Fortnite, this would be the last thing you would want to encounter. Anyhow below is the guide on How to fix, Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls Blades has stopped error.

How to Fix Unfortunately The Elder Scrolls Blades has Stopped Error on Android

Step 1: Go to Settings on your Android device.

Step 2: Tap on Application Manager and look for The Elder Scrolls Blades app.

Step 3: Once found, Tap on it and on the next screen you will see two buttons.

Step 4: Now tap on Clear Cache and Clear Data.

Step 5: Once cleared, restart the device.

Step 6: When the device is back online, run The Elder Scrolls Blades again.

That’s it. You have successfully fixed, Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls Blades has stopped error on your Android device. If you have any questions or stuck at any point do let us know in the comments.