Even though the Discord application is flawless and does not have any major issues, some iPhone users have shared an issue which is regarding the Discord app. They explained that when they opened the Discord app, it tried connecting and after some time, got stuck on it.
They are now unable to reply or send messages to anybody on Discord. The reasons responsible for this connecting issue could be the corrupted data, technical glitches of the Discord app, the Discord app might have been outdated, lack of Internet strength, the Discord server must be down, etc.
Having said all the factors and after researching more about them, we have compiled some excellent solutions for fixing this problem in this post below.
- Test the Internet connection – For connecting the Discord service, it needs to have a strong Internet connection on the iPhone. So try restarting the Wi-Fi router to refresh the signal. Also, if the Wi-Fi signal is not strong, you can switch to mobile data. Never enable both Wi-Fi and mobile data at the same time.
- Check the Discord Server Status – The Discord connecting issue could be because the Discord server was down at that time. You need to check the server status of the Discord app. If it is down, we suggest you wait for some time and try again after a few hours.
- Disconnect the VPN on your iPhone – When you have connected a VPN on your iPhone, you can only access the private network and this won’t allow you to connect Discord or other similar apps. So you need to disconnect any VPN connection by browsing Settings –> General –> VPN & Device Management –> VPN.
Fix 1 – Set the correct date and time on iPhone
Step 1: You have to tap on the settings icon to launch the Settings page.
Step 2: After the Settings app launches, please click on the General option.
Step 3: Then select the Date & Time option from the General menu list as shown below.
Step 4: Make sure the Set Automatically option is enabled by clicking on its toggle button.
This will select the date and time correctly according to the time zone automatically.
Fix 2 – Restart the Discord App
Step 1: For restarting any application on the iPhone, you must launch the App Switcher.
Step 2: To do so, you should swipe the iPhone screen from the left bottom side to the right side.
Step 3: Once the App Switcher appears, search for the Discord app and swipe it up to force close it.
Step 4: Afterwards, go to the home screen and reopen the Discord app by clicking on its icon once.
Fix 3 – Log Out and Log in to Discord
Step 1: Open the Discord app first of all on your iPhone.
Step 2: After it is launched, click on the profile pic icon at the bottom right-side corner as shown below.
Step 3: Now you have to scroll down to the bottom and tap on Log Out.
Step 4: To log out completely, click Log Out from the pop-up window.
Step 5: After your account gets logged out from the Discord app, it will take you to the initial login screen.
Step 6: Click Log In.
Step 7: Then enter the account information and log in to the Discord app.
Fix 3 – Disable the Low Data Mode
Step 1: Now go to the Settings page and select the Wi-Fi option by tapping on it as shown below.
Step 2: Choose the Wi-Fi network from the list by tapping on the “i” symbol.
Step 3: Disable the Low Data Mode option by clicking on its toggle switch.
Fix 4 – Update the Discord App
Step 1: Open the App Store on the iPhone.
Step 2: Once the App Store opens, go to the Search tab at the bottom as shown below.
Step 3: Then type discord and select the discord option from the search results.
Step 4: If there is any update available, please click the Update option to start updating the app on the iPhone.
Step 5: Otherwise, it will show only Open instead.
Fix 5 – Offload the Discord App
Step 1: You should first launch the settings app on the iPhone.
Step 2: Then look for the General option and select it.
Step 3: Scroll down and tap on the iPhone Storage option.
Step 4: Once it is loaded, select the Discord option from the app list.
Step 5: Click Offload App to start offloading the Discord app.
Step 6: To confirm, tap on Offload App on the pop-up screen.
Step 7: Once it is offloaded, click Reinstall App.