FIFA Mobile is a great gaming simulation application that many Android users are addicted to. However, the issue Resource Download Error  – Please make sure you have an Internet connection and try again has been reported by many of the FIFA Mobile users recently. The first thing you should try is to restart your device and check if that fixes the issue. The error mainly happens because of connectivity issues. So you can also try turning off your router and turning it on back in a minute. Once the router boots back to life, connect your Android device and check if the issue is still present.
If none of the above basic troubleshooting techniques did the trick for you, let’s now get into the article and try some slightly advanced tricks to get your issue resolved. Let’s jump in straight away, shall we?
Note: We have used a Samsung Android device with Android OS version 12 to explain the steps in this article. Based on your device model and version, the steps and the screenshots might slightly vary. If you are finding it difficult to figure out your device configurations, please drop us a comment, we are happy to help.
Solution 1: Install a VPN Application and Check
Many users have reported that installing a VPN application and connecting to the Internet using the installed VPN readily fixed the issue for them. Let’s see how this can be done.
Step 1: Click on the Play Store application from the applications drawer to launch it.
Step 2: Search for a VPN application of your choice and install it. In this article, we have installed the application Turbo VPN as an example.
Step 3: Once the VPN application is installed, hit the Open button to launch it.
Step 4: Click on the Agree & Continue button to proceed.
Step 5: Tap on the Connect button next.
Step 6: When the Connection request confirmation window opens up, hit the OK button.
Step 7: Once the connection is made, make sure you are connected either to the servers of the United Kingdom or to the United States of America. If not, you can click on the right arrow icon associated with the country you are connected to, to change it to the UK or to the USA.
That’s it. Try launching FIFA mobile again and check if your issue still persists by any chance.
Solution 2: Turn on Background Data Usage for FIFA Mobile
If you are connecting to FIFA mobile using a cellular data connection instead of a Wi-Fi network, and facing the Resource Download Error  issue, you can try out the solution listed below.
Step 1: Launch the Settings application by clicking on its icon.
Step 2: Locate the Apps tile and click on it.
Step 3: From the list of applications, scroll down, locate and click on the FIFA Mobile application.
Step 4: As next, click on the Mobile data option.
Step 5: On the Application data usage screen, make sure the toggle buttons are turned on for both the Allow background data usage and Allow app while Data saver on options.
Check if Resource Download Error  issue is resolved or not.
Solution 3: Reset Access Point Names
Just like the previous solution, this solution also can be tried if you are connected to the Internet using a cellular data connection instead of a Wi-Fi network.
Step 1: Once again, launch the Settings application by clicking on its icon.
Step 2: Click on the Connections option.
Step 3: As next, click on the Mobile networks option.
Step 4: Now click on the Access Point Names option.
Step 5: Click on the More Options icon located at the top right corner of the screen that follows.
Step 6: As next, click on the Reset to default option as shown below.
Step 7: When you are back at the Mobile networks screen, click on the option named Network operators.
Step 8: Finally, click on the Select automatically option.
Restart your device once and check if your issue is resolved or not.
Please tell us in the comments section which method fixed the Resource Download Error  issue for you.
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