Pokémon GO Version 1.0.51 fixes Pokémon Trainer Club login issue

First update is available for the re-released Pokémon GO app which fixes the Pokémon Trainer Club login.

Yesterday we have reported that Pokémon GO is finally back for Windows 10 Mobile. The app is still not available in the Windows 10 Mobile app store since it would be banned immediately. However, since Windows 10 Mobile is a feature rich and, well let’s call it matured operating system it is possible to sideload apps. This is actually a very important feature for developers but comes in handy if you are trying to install an unofficial app as well.

Almost right after the initial re-release of the app, version 1.0.50, the developers published another update for the app. This time it’s just a small jump from version 1.0.50 to version 1.0.51. As the changelog shows, this updates only task is to fix the Pokémon Trainer Club login feature. If you haave installed the latest update of Pokémon GO yesterday and tried to login with the Google Account you won’t have noticed anything. However everyone who is using a Pokémon Trainer Club account wasn’t able to log back in.

Seems like the team behind Pokémon GO is fully back and works on bringing the best Pokémon experience to Windows 10 Mobile. It’s a pity that Niantic still doesn’t care for Windows 10 Mobile or add least shows some will by working together with these developers. Cheers to these guys, head over to their GitHub page in order to download the Pokémon GO.appxbundle.

Are you still playing Pokémon GO on your Windows 10 Mobile, did you even miss the game while it was not available? eel free to drop us a comment below with your thoughts on this and stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future.

Lenny Bonsignore
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Lenny Bonsignore @LennyBons34 is Owner/Editor- in -Chief of OneTechStop, Sports fan, Tech guy, & Mailman by Day [email protected]

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