Call of Duty: Mobile (CODM) players may find themselves running into errors when trying to play the game. Most of these errors can be easily fixed while others can be game breaking. One such issue you may face in the mobile game is the Authorization Error 270FD309. It may occur for players when they try to log in to the game using Facebook. While this issue is still to be addressed by the developer, there are a few things you can do to try and fix it. Here is all you need to know about how to fix the Authorization Error 270FD309 in Call of Duty: Mobile.
Call of Duty: Mobile Authorization Error 270FD309
Call of Duty: Mobile players is reporting running into Authorization Error 270FD309 when trying to log into the game. This error is popping up for players who log into COD Mobile using their Facebook account. This error prevents players from logging into the game and accessing their accounts. Several players have reported running into Authorization Error 270FD309 when trying to log into Call of Duty: Mobile in the past few days. Unfortunately, there isn’t a fix available for this currently. However there are a few workarounds.
How to fix Authorization Error 270FD309 in Call of Duty: Mobile
Players should check the following before trying to attempt the fixes mentioned below:
Restart the app and your device: Restart the app and device to make sure there is nothing wrong from your side.
Make sure you have a stable internet connection.
Make sure Facebook is not down.
Check Facebook Permissions
Make sure your Facebook app is up to date. You can check if the app is up to date by heading to the Call of Duty: Mobile Google Play Store page and looking for an ‘Update’ option. If there is no option to update, you are up to date. Also make sure your Facebook app is up to date as well using the same process and going to the Facebook Google Play Store page.
Once you’ve done this, make sure you’ve granted the app the necessary permissions and access to your Facebook account.
Clear the game cache
For Android users: Go to Settings > Apps > Call of Duty Mobile > Storage > Clear Cache and Clear Data.
For iOS users: Offload the Call of Duty Mobile app (Settings > General > iPhone Storage > Call of Duty Mobile > Offload App), then reinstall it.
Reinstall the game
Try to uninstall and reinstall the Call of Duty: Mobile and Facebook apps.
Contact Call of Duty Mobile customer support
If none of these work, contact Activision support.
In-game: Go to Settings > Help & Support > Contact Us.
If you cannot access the game, you can contact the developers through the .
Temporary workaround for Authorization Error 270FD309
You can play the game through a guest account by changing your device’s time zone from ‘Automatic’ to manual. However, this is a temporary fix and does not solve the issue. Players will have to wait for Activision to address the issue and patch it in a fix. However, while changing your timezone or location isn’t illegal, it can violate the terms of service of some apps or websites. Always make sure you understand the rules of the platforms you’re using to avoid any potential issues.
If you choose to change your timezone to play Call of Duty: Mobile, make sure to switch it back. Changing your timezone may potentially interfere with the working of other apps on your device. Keep an eye out on the official social media handles of Call of Duty: Mobile so that if the developers post any updates on the matter, you’ll see it there.