Garena Free Fire MAX is one of the most played battle royale games in the world today. One of the ways that Garena keeps the app size low on the Google Play Store is by stripping it off of resources like maps, modes, outfits, characters, and more. These resources are later added to the game using extension packs. Once you start the game on your device, it will auto-download an extension pack with the updated features. Often times users report that Free Fire MAX keeps on downloading the same extension pack over and over again. This can get pretty annoying as it takes up a lot of mobile data. In this article, we show you how to fix the ‘Free Fire MAX keeps downloading extension packs’ issue on your smartphone.
Here’s how you can keep Free Fire MAX from auto-downloading extension packs
Step 1: Go to Settings and select Apps.
Step 2: Select the Free Fire MAX app.
Step 3: Tap on ‘App permissions’ and turn the toggle bar off for ‘Remove permissions and free up space.’
Smartphones with limited storage capacity auto delete the Free Fire Max expansion pack. Here’s how you can disable it.
Step 1: Go to Settings and select ‘Battery and Device Care.’
Step 2: Tap on the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Select ‘Storage Booster’.
Step 4: Scroll down and turn the toggle bar off for ‘Auto delete unnecessary data.’
How to Get Free Fire Redeem Codes for Garena on November 3?
- Visit the Garena Free Fire game’s official website at reward.ff.garena.com.
- Use your Facebook, Google, VK, Apple ID, Huawei ID, or Twitter account to log in.
- You’ll be taken to a valid redemption code (s)
- Copy and paste the 12-digit redemption code into the text box.
- On the screen, a dialogue box will appear.
- ‘Ok’ should be selected.
This is how you can fix the ‘Free Fire MAX keeps downloading extension packs’ issue on your smartphone. If you’re looking for more Battle Royale and First Person Shooter games to play, check out our lists here and here.