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Original story (published on July 10, 2021) follows:
TikTok is among the most popular video-sharing platform owned by ByteDance. While the said service has seen its fair share of ups and downs, many people continue to use it across the globe.
A huge user base like that of TikTok’s requires some maintenance, however, bugs and issues are still inevitable.
These bugs and issues can be widespread or user-specific, maybe caused by an outage or maintenance downtime, but the fact remains, they spoil the user experience.
Many issues like TikTok not loading or opening, network error, freezing or crashing, and video not working can be fixed by generic troubleshooting.
However, there are times when such simple workarounds don’t resolve the issues. In such cases, users might want to check and provide the required permissions like background data usage and more to TikTok.
It is natural for TikTok users to run into the aforementioned issues as they are usually caused by over-accumulation of cache, faulty update, or device-specific problems.
Updating the TikTok app also helps to resolve many issues as app updates usually bring along bug fixes.