Apex Legends has its fair share of bugs and plenty of players find themselves unable to even enter the lobby. Code: leaf haunts my dreams, but we're here to try to explain how to fix Apex Legends' Code: Wheel error on PC and console.
Constant changes within the game can impact the title negatively, to keep up to date be sure to read the Apex Legends patch notes, as some of these issues can't be caught until live within the title.
Hopefully in Apex Legends Season 10 we'll see a little more stability but for now, lets work on some of the current issues. Keep reading to find out how to fix code: wheel error.
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How To Fix Apex Legends' Code: Wheel Error
Here's how to fix the issue:
This fix comes from the EA help center, PC and console users can do it.
- Reset your router by turning it off and unplugging
- Plug it back in and turn on
- Make sure you're connected to the internet
- Load up Apex Legends and change the server hub in the main menu
- Press Continue and fingers crossed you'll be back to playing
PC users can follow the steps below if the previous fix didn't work for you!
- Type “CMD” in your Windows search bar, this will open the Command Prompt
- Type “ipconfig /release” and press enter
- Type “ipconfig /renew” and press enter
- Type “ipconfig /flushdns” and press enter
Hopefully one of the above helped you out, so far it seems these are the only solutions, Respawn hasn't commented on the error so hopefully a fix will come soon.
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