TikTok is the fastest growing app in the world with over 500 million users a growing at a rapid pace. If you are one of those users and having issues with TikTok videos not uploading, there could a reason for this and we’ll provide you fixes if your videos not uploading on TikTok.
It’s been reported that sometimes TikTok crashes when trying to upload a video and other times the upload process just stops. There’s a few reasons for this and we’ll provide instructions for you on how to TikTik videos not uploading.
Check Internet Connection
The first thing that you should check is your Internet connection, it’s common that when TikTok videos don’t upload is because either you have a bad cell service or that your WiFi signal is very low. If your cell signal is strong, try to restart your phone as this will most likely fix the issue of videos not uploading on TikTok. If after your restart TikTok videos still not uploading, then there’s a few other things that you’ll need to check that we have listed below.
Make Sure Uploading Videos Have No Watermark
If your TikTok video is not uploading and you get a message saying that your uploaded videos is getting blocked, you should check and make sure that that video doesn’t have a watermark. If the video has a watermark, then it’s against terms of service and you can’t upload video on TikTok. Check to see if this is the problem before continuing to the next way to see if you can fix TikTok videos not uploading.
You Need To Update TikTok
The common reason why you can’t upload video on TikTok is because you have an outdated version of TikTok and you’ll need to update the app so you can start uploading videos to TikTok. This should be an easy fix by justing going to either the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and updating TikTok.