Facebook is a widely used free social networking website that enables registered users to build profiles, upload photos and videos, send messages, and stay connected with friends, family, and coworkers. Multiple features are included on the site, which is available in 37 different languages. Entrepreneurs can create a business page to promote their services and invite potential customers to learn more about them. However, occasionally, when attempting to view a company page, you may see an error message indicating that there was an Data Fetching Error. Let us see How to Resolve a Facebook Data Fetching Error.
How to Resolve a Facebook Data Fetching Error?
If you came across Facebook Application problem..."An error has occured while fetching data [500 internal server error]".
Follow these steps:
Log out of your account. Then, exit your app or browser, wait a few seconds, and re-enter your credentials. Verify issue may have got resolved.
Try in other device
There may be issue with your device you can try checking it in your laptop if you were earlier checking in phone or vice versa.
Try it in other browser
You could try opening Facebook in other browser see if the issue still exist.
Disable any extensions you are using.
Third-party extension/ad blocker interference may be responsible for causing the "problem getting data" warning on Facebook. So to resolve the issue in firefox click about:addons in address bar and press enter you will be directly taken to extensions page disable all extensions. In Chrome click this link chrome://extensions/ or write in address bar and press enter you will be taken directly to extension page disable all extensions. Now verify issue may have been resolved.
If you're using the Facebook mobile app, navigate to Settings > Apps > All Apps > Facebook. To clear the cache, navigate to Storage and click the Clear cache option.
Restart your app and attempt once more. If you are getting this error in browser then firefox click about:preferences#privacy or write in address bar and press enter find clear data and clean cache. In Chrome click chrome://settings/ or write in address bar and press enter, now go to Privacy and security->Clear browsing data clean the cache. Now verify issue may have been resolved.
If you are facing this issue in bowser try updating the browser and try again.
Update or Reinstall Facebook App
If you are facing this Facebook App on mobile App. You could try updating app in App Store or Play store in iPhone and Android respectively. If the app is already at its latest version. So you could try removing the app and reinstalling it. This can resolve your issue.
The issue may be because of internet network provider so you may try switching to wifi or 4G. It may resolve the issue.
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