SONGily users may, sometimes, experience network issues, bugs, glitches, and app incompatibility issues.
These issues don’t have a single source. This is why it is important to know the problem’s origin before trying to fix it.
This troubleshooting guide will look at the most common problems and provide solutions that will help your app work normally.
1. Check the internet connection
If SONGily fails to open on your PC, the first thing to check is your internet connection. Without an internet connection to access all the songs and download them.
You can solve this by connecting your device to a stable internet connection, changing Wi-Fi and cellular data, or refreshing your browser.
2. Check server status
SONGily may also be experiencing technical problems because its server is down. You can check its server status via Is Site Down Right Now.
If it is, you must wait for the issue to be fixed by the SONGily team. Keep checking their social media pages for an update.
3. Disable your firewall
Another reason SONGily is not working is that the PC’s firewall has blocked the app. This issue can be fixed by temporarily disabling the Windows firewall or anti-virus that runs in the background.
Once you gain access to SONGily, then the issue was software’s security is the issue. You can resolve the internet security issue by adding SONGily as a trusted site.
4. Uninstall and reinstall the app
The app may also fail to work when you install new updates due to bugs, glitches, or incompatibility with your device. In this case, you can uninstall and then reinstall the app to refresh it and stop it from freezing or crashing.
Below are steps on how to uninstall and reinstall SONGily:
- Go to Settings and click on Systems.
- Next, click on Apps.
- Search for the SONGily app and click on Uninstall. Wait a few minutes for the app to be uninstalled from your PC.
- To reinstall the app, visit the Google Play Store and click on the Install button to download the app on your PC.
- Once downloaded, you can open the app and check whether it is normal.
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