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1 Jan 2018
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dilip

dilip posted

React Native Application has not been registered.

Application has not been registered.

Hint: This error often happens when you're running the packager (local dev server) from a wrong folder. For example you have multiple apps and the packager is still running for the app you were working on before.
If this is the case, simply kill the old packager instance (e.g. close the packager terminal window) and start the packager in the correct app folder (e.g. cd into app folder and run 'npm start').

This error can also happen due to a require() error during initialization or failure to call AppRegistry.registerComponent
Mitul Dabhi

Mitul Dabhi
answered Jan 21 '18 20:18

restart your command prompts.
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angeo

angeo
answered Jan 21 '18 20:18

this problem mostly arise when you running an app and start new app and the previous react packager running in the background for a different react-native app , so clear cache or close previously running app.

reset cache

npm start -- --reset-cache


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