Coinbase is a popular Crypto Currency Trading platform, with millions of users using its services on a daily basis. However, it has recently come to light that some users have been experiencing “CBErrors Error 0” when attempting to log in or trade on the platform. Fortunately for you, we were able to resolve this issue on our test device and have compiled the solutions in this article.
How To Fix This Coinbase Error?
1. Stop App
Users have discovered that in some cases, you must completely stop all operations of the application running on your device and then restart it in order to resolve the CBErrors Error 0. Because of this:
- Navigate to your device’s Settings and select the “Apps>Manage Apps” option.
- Select the “Coinbase” App from here, and then click the “Force Stop” button when it appears.
- After that, restart the Coinbase App, log in, and check to see if the CBErrors Error 0 has been resolved.
2. Clearing Cache
If simply stopping and restarting the Coinbase application does not resolve the issue, you can try clearing out the cache and data that the application is storing on your device and seeing if that resolves the issue. To accomplish this:
- Navigate to the device’s settings panel and select “Apps > Manage Apps.”
- Now, from the list of installed applications, select the “Coinbase” app and then the “Storage” button.
- After that, if available, select the “Clear Cache” and “Clear Data” buttons.
- Check to see if CBErrors Error 0 has been resolved.
3. Switch Connections
- Because mobile data connections are notoriously bad with them, relying solely on them may not work with the Coinbase app.
- As a result, we recommend that you switch to a Wifi connection and see if that helps to resolve this error.
- Simply drag the notifications panel from the top of the screen down, click the “Wifi” button to connect to a recognized Wifi network, and click the “Mobile Data” button to disable it.
4. Reinstall Applications
- The Coinbase application may occasionally fail to function properly due to a glitch or error. As a result, we recommend that you reinstall it completely.
- This is as simple as clicking and holding on the application’s icon and selecting the “Uninstall” button when it appears.
- After that, you can go back to the Play Store or the AppStore and re-download/install it.
5. Use Browser Login
- Some users have reported that the app works fine in the browser; therefore, if you are in an emergency, you can use your browser to log into the app and use it there.
6. Google Authenticator
Sometimes, when you try to connect to the Coinbase servers, your connection isn’t verified and it gets stuck in this process due to a disruption or a glitch. To get around this, download the Google Authenticator app and link it to your Coinbase account. Because of this:
- Log in to your Coinbase account using a web browser and navigate to the Security Settings section of the account’s configuration panel.
- Select the “Google Authenticator App” box under the “Other Options” heading and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup process.
- Keep the code you were given in a safe place where you can access it at any time, or your account may be compromised.
- Set it up with your phone and ensure that you authenticate it.
- Check to see if the error has been resolved.
7. Wait For the Server
- Some users reported that simply waiting 2-3 days while keeping the account logged out on all devices resolved the problem.
- As a result, we recommend that you do the same and see if the problem has been resolved after the specified time period.
- This is due to the server’s cache, which is cleared on a regular basis.
As a last resort, performing a clean reset on your device may assist in resolving this issue. You can do this by going into your settings and selecting the reset option, which will perform a clean reset without retaining any data.
If you have any queries, please let us know in the comments down below.