PUBG Mobile is running in a full swing at the moment. The game started making its way to the select regions in the first phase. It has already made to the United States. PUBG Mobile is considerably accepted by the audience. The game is everything that was anticipated earlier. PUBG Mobile easily kicked away all of its knock-offs. The game turns out to be truly amazing. For those, who still do not have an idea what PUBG is, it’s an off-shoot of the PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS for the Android and iOS devices.
PUBG Mobile is a big game. The game is big in terms of both the dynamics of the game and its userbase as well. Big games like PUBG Mobile always have some issues that slip through the eyes of the developers and the users end up reporting them. PUBG Mobile users recently started facing this issue “Internet error. Please check your network and try again. Error code: 154140712. At first, it seemed like this issue is not widespread. However, PUBG Mobile enthusiasts bloated different forums with the report of this issue along with some other issues.
After this issue was examined, it turned out that it had absolutely nothing to do with the game. The issue is actually with the network connection which fails to connect to the servers of PUBG Mobile. In order to resolve this issue, you can simply use the Google DNS. The trick is to change your DNS manually and set it to Google’s DNS which you are going to see in the following tutorial.
Another thing to note here is that this issue is not limited to Android users only. iOS users have also reported this issue. So, if you have been trying to play PUBG Mobile and the Internet error is keeping you from it, here’s how you can fix it. Follow these steps to fix PUBG Mobile Internet error. Please check your network and try again. Error code: 154140712.
- 1 PUBG Mobile Internet error. Please check your network and try again. Error code: 154140712
- 1.1 How to fix PUBG Mobile Internet error on Android
- 1.2 How to fix PUBG Mobile Internet error on iOS
How to fix PUBG Mobile Internet error on Android
- On your Android phone, go to Settings.
- Under settings, tap WiFi or Connections > WiFi.
- Open WiFi settings and tap or long tap on the network connection you are currently using.
- Now tap Manage network settings > Show advanced options.
- Tap IP settings > change this to Static.
- Now you will see DNS 1 and DNS 2 options. Change the value in DNS 1 to 188.8.131.52 and in DNS 2 to 184.108.40.206. Save the settings. Let your internet disconnect and connect again.
- Start the game now and the error should have gone. That’s all.
This process may vary according to your Android phone. Basically, all you have to do is to change your IP settings to static and change your DNS.
How to fix PUBG Mobile Internet error on iOS
- On your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > WiFi.
- Now tap the blue “ⓘ” button on the right side of the signal indicator of your connected WiFi.
- Now find the Configure DNS option and tap on it.
- Change the DNS Configuration from Automatic to Manual now.
- You will see the DNS server option now. Tap on the Add Server option now.
- Now add the 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 as the new DNS Servers.
- Let the internet disconnect and connect. Once done, re-launch the PUBG Mobile. That’s all.