23 Nov Another option to fix Tinder Oops Something went wrong login issue
You have to login with your Facebook details to enable you reconnect. If using web browser works then the issue could be from Facebook mobile app integration.
Ever since the Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal, Facebook has been rolling out data privacy updates and shutting down some features.
As a Tinder user, Tinder collects your information to be used in your profile and matching base on your interests on Facebook. All these things are done when you give them access to your data.
Recently, a technical issue is preventing users from logging into Tinder. Some people have been logged out without getting in for the mean time. Facebook has assured that the issue will be fixed very soon.
The better chance of connecting to Tinder is using web browser as we pointed out above. You can use a PC, Mac or your mobile phone to login with Tinder and access your matches.
If you are not patient enough before the issue get resolved, then you may consider deleting Tinder from Facebook app.
Removing Tinder from your Facebook account will delete your old matches, old messages on Tinder but you still access your incoming new likes ready to be matched once you like back.
How to remove Tinder from Facebook App
- Login to Facebook
- Tap on the Settings for PC or Mac or Account Settings for Facebook app
- Tap Apps
- For Facebook Mobile App, Tap Logged in with Facebook
- Locate Tinder, scroll down and tap on Remove App
If none of these steps works for you, you need to give Tinder some minutes before launching the app again.
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6 replies on “How to fix Tinder Oops Something went wrong”
Tinder match / conversation data is stored on Tinder servers. Removing Tinder from the Facebook app only revokes Tinder’s ability to pull Facebook data about you, the next time you login to Tinder, it will ask you to grant permissions again but all of the conversations / match history are still there.
I know because I just hit an issue yesterday where I can see all my matches but nobody can see me – confirmed by three who thought I unmatched them. I’ve attempted clearing all caches, revoking FB access, and reinstalling with no help. Have an open ticket with Tinder.
Thank you for your contribution. No one actually knows the cause of how to delete iamnaughty account not being able to login. What we do here is self troubleshooting which has worked for us in the past. It is great that you opened on Tinder.
This problem is ridiculous. I’m a crossdresser so understandably I receive a lot of negative attention from matches with people who have a problem with that. My app works for one or two days and then the “something went wrong” bug locks me out of Tinder for MONTHS before it randomly starts working again.
It’s obvious I am being shadowbanned because of people reporting my profile on an impulse due to their personal bigotries, and it’s clear to me that the only reason Tinder doesn’t just TELL you that you’ve been banned is because that exposes the fact that they are not making any effort at all to actually vet the profiles that have been reported. It’s all automated, and it puts the power to ruin my experience on their app in the hands of bullies.