Visiting the Facebook troubleshooting page, the one major issue that many people face with the official Facebook mobile app is the failure to update the news feeds.
If you open the Facebook app on your smartphone, you'll often see posts that are several hours or even days old. on your news feeds. However, even if you manually try to refresh your news feeds, it doesn't work.
Here are ways which can eventually solve your problem, and can enable you to get the real-time news feeds.
The easiest way that one can fix it is as follows:
STEP 1: Turn off your device.
STEP 2: Press and hold these buttons-Volume Up, Home, and Power key together.
STEP 3: The phone will vibrate and as soon as it does, release the Power key and hold onto the other two.
STEP 4: Android system recovery screen will appear.
STEP 5: Release all the keys now.
STEP 6: Press the Volume Down key to highlight 'wipe cache partition' and press the power button to select it.
STEP 7: After the wipe cache partition is complete, you'll be able to see 'Reboot system now' option appear on your screen.
STEP 8: Now you can Restart the phone, and open the Facebook app and check.
In case you are unable to receive the updated news feeds or any other Facebook feature, and you have tried every way possible, here's the last option.
Create your phone data backup and do the factory reset.
Another way the Facebook mobile app users can fix their problem is by simply restarting their device.
However, one simple way that you can update your Facebook news feeds is by clearing your mobiles cache.
STEP 1: Click on the top right corner drop down option>select News feed preferences.
STEP 2: Next, click on Prioritize who to see first to make posts from people or Pages appear at the top of your News Feeds.