Battlegrounds Mobile India now won’t Login without Facebook app.


Battlegrounds Mobile India utilizing your Facebook account, there is a significant update concerning that. Krafton has reported that Facebook logins won't work with Battlegrounds Mobile India from today if you don't have its application on your Android telephone. This implies that signing into the game utilizing your telephone's program won't work any longer. 

Krafton said the new change just influences Android clients, so if you utilize an iPhone to play Battlegrounds Mobile India, nothing will change for you. Facebook's new SDK programming improvement pack forestalls outsider applications to sign in to their records through the inherent Android program which is the little login window that springs up when you pick the "Login with Facebook " choice on an application, without having the devoted Facebook application introduced. With the new change, the Facebook Android application by implication turns into an obligatory prerequisite to log in, if your Battlegrounds Mobile India account is connected to your Facebook account. 

If your Battlegrounds Mobile India account is connected to your Google Play or Twitter account, this change doesn't influence you. Handicapping Facebook web logins for Battlegrounds Mobile India's Android application was something Krafton reported long back, attributable to changes in Facebook's arrangement. There was no last date declared for clients in those days, however, the today is the point at which you should either keep the Facebook application downloaded to your telephone or resort to another method of signing in to the game, for example, utilizing your Twitter account or a local record, to continue to play Battlegrounds Mobile India. To keep playing Battlegrounds Mobile India utilizing your Facebook account, players should simply introduce the committed Facebook application on the off chance that they don't have it as of now. Once the application is introduced, Battlegrounds Mobile India will permit players to log in with Facebook through a spring-up.


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