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Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes is one of the most popular mobile games around, and it’s even become one of the better Star Wars games on the market over the years. However, issues such as error code 3.0 pop up here and there, and it puts a damper on the fun.
How to fix Error Code 3.0 in Galaxy of Heroes
Players have this issue from time to time, and according to EA, the fix is a simple one. In a response to a player with the error code, EA told them to complete the following steps.
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- Sign out and sign back into your game center account.
- Clear Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes app cache.
- Reinstall Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes
- Force restart your mobile device.
Once those steps are done, the issues should subside. If the issues persist, there are some extra steps that can be taken.
What to do is Error Code 3.0 won’t go away in Galaxy of Heroes
In a perfect world, the above steps solves the issue. Players still running into issues might have to check their EA account linked to Galaxy of Heroes as it could be inactive or compromised.
This should be a last-ditch effort to unlink the accounts, but it’s something to be aware of if they did just link the accounts together. Contacting EA support would be the move from here, but for most players it shouldn’t come down to that and the steps listed earlier should be the fix.
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