This problem All Instagram-compatible devices and software—Android, iPhone, PCs, browsers, etc.—report “Oops an Error Occurred.” For example, Instagram may provide the following error message:
Do A Private Login Using The Browser’s Incognito/Private Mode.
A user who is accessing Instagram via a browser may see the error message if the browser’s cache or cookies are corrupt or if a browser extension is causing problems with the Instagram website.
One possible workaround is to use Instagram in a private browser window, sometimes known as incognito mode. As an example, let’s use Google’s Chrome web browser to go through the motions. Verify that Instagram can be reached and that its servers are functioning properly before continuing.
Step 1: Start up Chrome and head to the menu by clicking the three dots in a row on the top right.
Step 2: Click New Incognito Window and then navigate to the Instagram site from there.
Step 3: Then, once you’re on the Instagram website, just log in and confirm your account by following the on-screen instructions.
Step 4: When you’re finished, see if the Instagram problem has been fixed.
Method 2: The Instagram App Should be Reinstalled.
It’s possible that “oops an error occurred” on Instagram is caused by the program’s installation corruption, which prevents the app from loading the modules necessary for its functionality.
In this case, uninstalling and reinstalling the Instagram app may resolve the problem. The steps required to reinstall the Instagram app on Android will be outlined for the sake of clarity.
Step 1: Bring up the Apps or Applications menu in the Android phone’s Settings.
Step 2: After that, you can force Instagram to close by tapping its icon.
Step 3: The Instagram app must be force-stopped, after which Storage must be opened.
Step 4: First, select Clear Cache from the menu, then select Clear Storage (or Clear Data) from the menu.
Step 5: When you’re ready to delete everything from Instagram, just touch the back button and confirm.
Step 6: To remove Instagram, click the Uninstall option and confirm.
Step 7: Turn off all phones and networking devices when finished (like a router).
Step 8: Then, after 5 minutes, turn the router back on.
Step 9: Once that’s done, turn on the phone and reinstall Instagram but don’t launch it just yet.
Step 10: It’s time to reboot the modem and the phone again.
Step 11: Try opening Instagram again after restarting to see whether the problem has been fixed.
Method 3: Instagram Password Change Procedure
This error may appear if the Instagram app is unable to retrieve necessary data from the Instagram website due to a momentary server-side issue that prevents the user from logging into their account. In this case, resetting the Instagram account’s password may clear the server error and fix the issue.
Step 1: Open the Instagram app, then select Get Help Logging In from the menu that appears.
Step 2: Now finish the steps as shown on the screen and see if the Instagram problem has been fixed.
Step 3: If you don’t have access to a private computer, you can simulate one by opening a browser in Incognito or InPrivate Mode on a public computer.
Step 4: Next, visit Instagram’s homepage and select Forgot Password.
Step 5: Then, just stick to the on-screen instructions to change your Instagram password.
Step 6: Verify if Instagram is working properly now.
Step 7: If you don’t remember your Instagram password, open a new incognito window in your browser (don’t close it!) and try clicking the “Forgot Password” link again.
Step 8: Launch Instagram from your mobile device and sign in with your new password.
Step 9: In the event that you receive an error notice while using the mobile app, try opening a new, private window in your computer’s browser and logging into the Instagram website from there.