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Another Clash of Clans update needed for issues

The start of the month brought an update to Clash of Clans, but it would seem that another Clash of Clans update is needed for the Android version in order to address a few issues being experienced by users. The latest version brought with it some much-needed improvements, but as ever, more seem to arise, although there are still some that have been causing issues since the app was released on Android.

Clash of Clans issues that need to be addressed — There are still several problems, one of which is the screen suddenly turns off for no reason, and before you ask, the battery level is high. This happened to one user on a HP Slate 7.

Another issue is the amount of memory that each update seems to take, we have heard from several users who claim that they were unable to play Clash of Clans after the update because there was no more space on their phones, which meant getting rid of a few apps or unwanted photos and videos. However, the easiest solution would be to get a new memory card with increased capacity. However, it is a concern that these updates seem to take up more space.

The next Clash of Clans update needs to give people their hero back, as they were taken away in the latest version. A compromise would be to have him back the old way.

From what we can see, the biggest issue is with the amount of space this latest update takes up, and so users have suggested that SuperCell give them the option not to update if they do not wish.

What problems have you experienced, and what would you like to see improved in the next version?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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