Following my update on how to fix non-local users’ need to redirect to the storage area on TikTok, I got slapped again with another TikTok 2344 error when I tried to edit my TikTok bio, and the message reads; server is currently unavailable. Please try again later (error:2433). So, I was left with no option than to fix the error to be able to edit my TikTok bio.
This article will feed you will how to fix the TikTok bio error code 2433 and successfully edit and update your bio.
What is the TikTok Error 2344 Code?
When you are slapped with error code 2344 on TikTok while editing your bio, it implies that the TikTok server is currently not reachable. So, 2344 TikTok error code is attributed to the server problem, and it’s usually temporary.
How to Fix TikTok 2344 Error Code
If I were you, I will just take a leave off TikTok for some minutes and later come back to edit the bio. However, if you can’t wait that long, the steps below can be of help and even refreshed the TikTok app without updating the app.
Logout from the TikTok App
If you are running the latest TikTok app on your phone, logging out your account from the app and re-login again could clear the bio error 2344.
- Log into your TikTok account.
- Click on the “head-gear” icon to the bottom right.
- Click on the three horizontal lines at the top right.
- Click on “Privacy and Settings.”
- Scroll down and click on “Log out.”
- Click “Log out” from the pop-up.
I recommend you restart your phone before you re-log into the app again.
Force to Stop TikTok App
If the above method failed you, then, proceed to force to stop the app and allow “Network” permission on the app.
- Go to your phone settings.
- Click on “Apps” or “Apps Manager” or “Applications Manager.”
- Click on the “TikTok” app.
- Click on “Force Stop.”
- Click on “Permissions.”
- Enable all options.
At this point, the error 2344 on the TikTok app should be cleared. But, before you launch the app again, endeavor to clear the app caches.
How to Clear TikTok App Caches
To finalize the whole process, kindly clear the app caches.
- Go to your (Android) phone settings.
- Scroll to the app manager and click on it.
- Find and tap on the TikTok app icon.
- Click on “Storage.”
- Click on “Clear Caches.”
Alternatively, go to your TikTok account >> Profile >> more option >> Privacy and Settings >> Clear Caches.
Now, to cap everything, restart your phone, after that, log in to your TikTok account and go to your TikTok profile section to edit your bio.
Please share your experience with us if these methods work in the comment section.