Many gamers have encountered a Diablo Immortal not compatible error with the following message when attempting to download and install Blizzard’s newest game: “Your device isn’t compatible with this version.” The good news is that this error likely isn’t caused by anything wrong with your phone and Blizzard is working diligently to correct this problem. The bad news is that until the support team releases a patch, there isn’t much you can do on your own.
How to fix Diablo Immortal not compatible error?
If you are not a nerd or don’t have a working phone that supports the game, you’ll be out of luck to solve the Diablo Immortal not compatible error. The remedy right now is to utilize a phone that currently works with the game or play the game on a PC. So long as you play Diablo Immortal through your Battle.net account, your progress will be saved across platforms.
Many are unable to play Diablo Immortal at the moment because, despite meeting the game’s minimal requirements, their phone is said to be incompatible. The discrepancy is most common in smartphones with the Exynos chipset, according to a number of reports on Blizzard’s official forum. Several Samsung Galaxy phones, particularly many variations of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10, are affected.
Diablo Immortal not compatible error phones
Here is a list (in alphabetical order) of the Galaxy phones affected by this error:
Galaxy A51 5G
Galaxy A Quantum
Galaxy Note10 5G
Galaxy Note10+ 5G
Galaxy S10 5G
Galaxy XCover 5
Aside from Samsung phones, there are several reports on the official message board indicating that the Diablo Immortal not compatible problem affects a variety of other phones. Blizzard is aware that Xiaomi mobile devices are incorrectly showing as incompatible as well.
Unofficial way of solving the Diablo Immortal not compatible error
We are not responsible for this method if your Blizzard account gets banned or you cause a nuclear war or something. Try at your own risk. Go to this link on your phone and touch the button that says Download APK Bundle. This is a bundle installation file and requires APKMirror’s installer app. Download it from Google Play Store. Open the installer app and install the APK bundle file. If all goes well, you should have a working game. You may also try Aurora Store and spoof your device as another device to trick Google Play servers to send you the Diablo Immortal installation. Aurora Store is a Google Play Store knock-off and is safe.
If it doesn’t work even after installation: Here’s the super-off-the-books way:
If your device is rooted (we do not recommend rooting for this game) try using GLTools app. Choose Diablo App, apply custom settings and choose GPU as Adreno (since Exynos doesn’t seem to be working). We hope you’ll be able to play the game and spend $110,000 as Blizzard intended. Don’t take our word for it, this might or might not work…
I personally wouldn’t recommend wasting so much for time for this game since it’s a greedy, predatory cash grab. Even if you don’t pay, you’ll still be food for whales and award Blizzard with whales’ money. The only way to punish Blizzard for their microtransaction transgressions is not playing the game. At. All. In the meantime, you can take a look at this Best RPG games for Android list we made while you patiently wait for Diablo IV.
What phones are compatible with Diablo Immortal?
The following list shows which devices are compatible with Diablo Immortal.
- Snapdragon 730G and higher
- Samsung Exynos 9810 and higher
- Kirin 980 and higher
- Qualcomm 7250 and higher
- Pixel 2 and higher
- Helio G90T chipset and higher
- iPhone 6s and higher
Is Diablo Immortal cross platform?
Yes, Diablo Immortal supports cross-progression, so players may use the same account across both PC and mobile platforms and their progress will transfer with them when they switch platforms.