Fortnite Chapter 4 now works again on Android

Playing Fortnite on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 with the GameSir X2 controller
(Image credit: Nicholas Sutrich / Android Central)

What you need to know 

  • Fortnite Chapter 4 launched early Sunday morning, December 4, 2022 on all supported platforms.
  • The Android version was broken for several hours on Sunday morning, giving users an error when they try to update to the latest version, v23.
  • Epic has fixed the issue and Android players can now play again!

Update 1:07 pm ET: Epic Games has fixed the issue and Android players can now download the game again via the Epic Games launcher or on the Samsung Galaxy Apps Store. The original article follows.

If you were hoping to hop on Fortnite and explore everything Chapter 4 brings to the table today, you'll have to wait a little bit longer for Epic to fix a nasty bug that appeared on the Android version of the game. Epic has confirmed the issue and said it's currently working on a fix for Android players hoping to play as soon as possible.

Right now, Android users attempting to update Fortnite to Chapter 4, version 23 of the game, are receiving an error that reads "LIBRARY-IN-NOSIGNATURES." Likely, this has something to do with the game installing outside of the Play Store via the Epic launcher but don't worry, Epic Games will have it fixed soon enough. The company confirmed as much on Twitter.

Fortnite Chapter 4 update error

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Fortnite Chapter 4 launched early Sunday morning for players eager to check out the brand new island and all the new features Epic Games added to the ever-evolving battle royale game. New skins include Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher games and shows, the Doomslayer from the Doom series of games, and plenty of original skins. New vehicles have also been added to the game and Epic is sure to unveil more as the game continues to evolve in Chapter 4 throughout the course of the next year.

Nicholas Sutrich
Senior Content Producer — Smartphones & VR
Nick started with DOS and NES and uses those fond memories of floppy disks and cartridges to fuel his opinions on modern tech. Whether it's VR, smart home gadgets, or something else that beeps and boops, he's been writing about it since 2011. Reach him on Twitter or Instagram @Gwanatu