Learn some troubleshooting shoots for logging in.
Alternately, if your device is enabled with service through a carrier (ex: 3G or EDGE), we'd suggest disabling WiFi and attempting to connect using your service provider's connection.
If that doesn't help, please open the Settings app on your phone, then tap General > Date and Time and be sure Set Automatically is turned ON. Finally, if you're still having trouble, please follow these troubleshooting tips.
If the troubleshooting tips don't help, please file a report with the following information:
- Are you able to access this webpage from your mobile device's browser: https://instagram.com/accounts/edit/
- Visit this website on the mobile device you're using to access Instagram and let us know your IP address : http://www.whatismyip.com/
There's an issue for certain phones running Android 2.2 that makes it so Instagram can't write to the filesystem at login. As of v1.0.5, if you encounter this problem when opening Instagram, you'll receive an error that reads: "There's something wrong with the filesystem."
A common remedy to this problem is to uninstall and reinstall the app. If you still have trouble, please report it.
If you deleted your account there is no way to restore it. You can create a new account with the same email address you used before, but you won't be able to get the same username.
We'd suggest that you review the Community Guidelines carefully along with the content posted to all accounts you have created.
To fix the problem, delete Instagram and reinstall it. (Your photos and profile data will be saved on our servers when you delete the app, so nothing will change when you log back in to your account.)
Some people are reporting that they're ogged out of their account each time they close the app and must log in every time they open Instagram.
We're investigating this issue. If you're experiencing this issue on a phone other than a Samsung Infuse, please report it to us.