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Posted 1/28/15
Same issue with my Nexus 7 2012 lollipop. Works fine on my HTC one m7.
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Posted 1/30/15 , edited 1/30/15
Same issue here. 2012 Nexus 7, Android 5.0.2, Manga 2.0.4.

e: I tried clearing the data and cache and re-installing and it didn't help.
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Posted 2/4/15 , edited 2/7/15
My nexus 7 (2012) is on android 4.4.4 and having this same problem. I have noticed that I can read chapters that I've already completed, but anything new I cannot read. This tablet is new to me, and so the app was freshly installed and unused on this device before today.

EDIT: further testing with the rest of the android tablets and phones in the house point towards the issue being android 4.4+. All the Jellybean 4.3 phones and tablets work just fine, but the 4.4+ devices all have loading issues.

tested on
LG G2 - 4.3
SG3 - 4.3.1
SG4 - 4.4.4

Nexus 7 2012 - 4.4.4
Nexus 7 2013 - 5.0.1
Nook HD+ - 4.3.1
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Posted 2/7/15
I've had the same experience as the others. Works fine on older android devices but viewing on Android 5+ yields lots of Image load fails.
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Posted 2/7/15
Same issue on Galaxy Note 3, Android 4.4.2

This is a critical bug to fix guys. Makes your app complete unreliable and nearly unusable.
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Posted 2/11/15
Same problem here Galaxy 4.4.2
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Posted 2/11/15
Shit, this is a real bummer. I finally got around to checking out manga with Attack on Titan, but now I get this poop.

Hope we can get an update on if they're actually trying to fix this.

Incidentally, is there an easy way to revert 4.4.2 to an earlier version on Android tablets?
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Posted 2/28/15
hello everyone. I've been having problems with the manga app on my phone since I got my galaxy s5. I'm not sure what the difference between 4.4.2 and up are but to me it looks like a memory issue. I crash when I try to open fairy tale to view the chapter list. I usually seem fine for a few chapters before I get the failed to load image. If I reboot the app it works after it crashes a few times.
I just upgraded to android 5.0 and I crash less however I now see the failed to load more often. I still crash. I'm not sure if crunchyroll cares about the manga app. Feels like the red headed step child that only gets attention when they are not updating their anime app or breaking out their k drama to hit a wider audience.

@boy of battle - no there is no easy way to revert without remaking your device. If you are inexperienced tread lightly.
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Posted 2/28/15 , edited 2/28/15
Guys, could you confirm if the latest update has fixed the bug? It seems to be working for me now (Galaxy Note 4.4.2)
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This is finally working again for me now, as of the last update.
On an Nvidia Shield tablet, on Lollipop 5.0.1.

I came very close to cancelling my subscription because of this issue, and am very happy to see it fixed.
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This "Image load failed, please try again later!" issue thus far appears to happen only on specific pages of the manga "Inuyashiki" viewed on my ancient Motorola Xoom tablet (Android version 4.1.2) using the Crunchroll Manga app version 2.0.4.

For me it seems repeatable for those specific manga pages, e.g., chapter 1, page 53 of Inuyashiki.

However, that same manga page is viewable for me on a Linux desktop using the Firefox browser plus the Adobe Flash Player plugin.

I'm going to speculate that this might be a server-side manga page data-tagging failure of some sort, perhaps something device licensing-related or subscriber age data-related, as opposed to being something very specific to a given version of the CR Manga app. Or it could be a mixture of the two.

But yeah, that's just useless speculation - someone from Crunchroll theoretically could offer an explanation, but I suspect that most subscribers won't care what the underlying technical problem is - they just want to see a fix.

So, I'll suggest that if you run into this image load problem on your mobile device, and have a desktop alternative, then try that. Less convenient, certainly.

But for the foreseeable future using a desktop might be the only work-around that lets you see manga pages that you can't otherwise see.







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