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Potential Startup Crash Fix


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12 May 2016 - 05:44 PM

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TPCi_MT_Mike

    TPCi Staff

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We have discovered that a corrupted Localization file can cause startup crashes for some  users.  To see if this will fix any startup problems you may be experiencing please navigate to the game directory location on your device and delete the LocalizationDB.db file. 

 

Here are the paths find and remove the LocalizationDB.db file for each platform:

 

PC:

C:\Users\YOUR USER NAME\AppData\LocalLow\The Pokemon Company International\Pokemon Trading Card Game Online\

 

MAC:

Library\Caches\unity.The Pokémon Company International.Pokemon Trading Card Game Online\

 

Android:

This PC\Device Name\Internal storage\Android\data\com.pokemon.pokemontcg\files\

 

iOS: (Need "iExplorer" program to browse the files on the device, which can only be performed for apps that were installed from HockeyApp.)

 

Device Name\Apps\Pokemon app\Documents\

 

You can also fix this issue by uninstalling the game and then reinstalling it. The corrupted localization file is overwritten upon re-installation.  Please allow the game to fully update itself before switching to any other programs on your computer or device.


Mike Gills
Pokémon TCG Online Senior Community Specialist
The Pokémon Company International

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18 August 2016 - 06:59 PM

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TPCi_Samhayne

    TPCi Staff

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You may also want to take a look at http://support.pokem...questionID=2241

 

 

 

After launching the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online it is possible, in rare circumstances, to experience an issue while loading the game. This could include crashing before the game fully loads, hanging at 98% (or similar), and any other error messages resulting in the application closing or stalling.

One possible cause of such issues can be corrupt files in the game installation directory.  The majority of these issues are resolved by uninstalling and then re-installing the game.

Important! During the uninstall process you want to be sure to remove the all associated game files.  Please follow the below steps for a "full" uninstall process:

PC Uninstall
  1.     Go to the Programs and Features section your computer's Control Panel. Select the game and uninstall it.
  2.     Go to the directory where the game was installed. The default directory is C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData.
  3.     The game stores files in the LocalLow and Roaming folders. Go into the LocalLow folder and delete the "The Pokémon Company International" folder. Go into the Roaming folder and delete the "Pokémon Trading Card Game Online" folder.
  4.     Empty your Recycle Bin and then restart your computer.
  5.     Please ensure that you also delete all previously downloaded versions of the game. We recommend using a different web browser to download the file again (such as Firefox or Google Chrome). Visithttp://pokemon.com/playtcgo to download the latest game installer.
MAC Uninstall
  1.     Delete your TCGO folder, along with any downloaded installation files.
  2.     Click on 'Go' located on your top window, press the 'alt/option' key and select 'Library'.
  3.     Go to 'Cache' folder. Delete any/all Pokémon related folders you find.
  4.     From the 'Library' again, go to 'Saved Application State' and delete "unity.The Pokémon Company International.Refresher.savedState" folder.
  5.     Empty your trash and then restart your Mac.
  6.     Please ensure that you also delete all previously downloaded versions of the game. We recommend using a different web browser to download the file again (such as Firefox or Google Chrome). Visithttp://pokemon.com/playtcgo to download the latest game installer.
More Info: Please also confirm that your machine meets the minimum specifications required to run the TCGO (found at the bottom of the download page). You'll also need to ensure you have a strong and stable internet connection, as the TCGO requires constant communication with the game servers.

NOTE: If you find you have any further difficulty, please submit a support ticket with your system information. You can find detailed instructions for how to do so here: How do I provide my system information (such as DxDiag) to the support team?

Alex Leary
Pokémon TCG Online

Live Operations Senior Producer
The Pokémon Company International

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