The Fix For Pokemon Go Incorrect Vibration Notifications Bug In Nearby Feature Is Coming Soon

Posted: Dec 11 2016, 11:30am CST | by , Updated: Dec 11 2016, 11:32am CST, in News | Technology News

 

The Fix for Pokemon Go Incorrect Vibration Notifications Bug In Nearby Feature Is Coming Soon
 

The Fix for incorrect vibration notifications bug in Pokemon Go Nearby feature is under development. The news has been confirmed by Niantic who happens to be the developer behind the globally acclaimed game Pokemon Go game for both iOS and Android.

The Nearby functionality is supposed to alert trainers when a Pokemon is close to a PokeStop in the vicinity of the Trainers exact location. The developers have accepted that there is a bug related as to how those alerts are triggered and they are working on a solution.

The developing team behind Pokemon Go has been willing to release periodic updates with great features. The team also works on bugs found on either iOS or Android as soon as possible. The most recent bug is related to how the users are notified of a nearby Pokemon.

In specific it is related to the vibration error which alerts the users. Niantic has admitted that some users are getting incorrect vibration alerts. The Nearby feature is a great addition but has actually caused some controversy among Trainers as to how it is rolled out on a periodical basis.

It turns out that the feature is not available to everyone playing the game on a daily or semi-daily basis. It is great to see that Niantic has admitted about the bug and is working to fix it soon.

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