Jarvee Action Blocked: The first thing you need to do if your Jarvee action is blocked is not panic. This is because it happens to the very best of us – and it’s not that big of a deal.
While you may feel like it is, trust us, it happens all the time, and it’s easier to fix than you may think. With this in mind, let’s talk about why you might get a Jarvee action blocked notification, and what you can do to fix it.
Instagram is Always Changing
The reality is, Instagram is always changing – its algorithm, and its guidelines, too. Instagram is always making updates and additions to the platform, which means that Jarvee needs a bit of time to understand and adapt to these changes.
Once they’ve been able to do this, they can then update their tools and features to fit in with Instagram’s updated platform. The big takeaway here is, you don’t need to think that it’s something you’ve done wrong all the time. The answer could lie in the fact that Instagram sometimes suffers from technical glitches, too.
1. Stop Automation – and Potentially Change Providers
When you get the ‘action blocked’ notification from Instagram when using Jarvee, it’s vital that you stop automation for at least two days. A week is a safe bet, but it’s definitely got to be at least two days. Not only will this give the block time to be lifted, but it will also help any flags on your account to be removed as well.
So, what do you do for this time, then? We suggest manually using your Instagram so that all activity looks natural and normal. This is going to help with the block.
In fact, one of the biggest mistakes that people can make here is that they don’t stop automation for a few days. This could actually cause you to be blocked for longer.
Another thing that you should do is change providers. If you’ve received an ‘action blocked’ notification, there’s a good chance that it’s because your growth automation provider doesn’t comply with Instagram’s guidelines. Try switching things up and changing your provider, and finding a growth company that does comply.
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2. Reset Error Messages
Find the ‘execute actions’ button in your Tools tab:
Then find and click on ‘clear error notifications’:
This quick hack can reset Jarvee so that any false blocks can be removed. This means that Jarvee can then keep doing its thing.
3. Use Your Embedded Browser
Find your social profile, and make sure that ‘show advanced profile settings’ is turned on.
Scroll down until you come to the options about using embedded browsers when you’ve been blocked.
The first step is to try turning on ‘use embedded browser to follow when action blocked’ and if this doesn’t work, try using ‘use only embedded browser to like’ and ‘use only embedded browser to follow.’ While this fix isn’t foolproof, it can often make a bit of a difference.
4. Find a Better Proxy
There are many different proxy options available out there, but you’ve got to make sure that the one you pick is high quality – otherwise, it’s not going to be able to carry your actions beyond the ‘action blocked’ notification.
We recommend this proxy for Jarvee specifically. Because it works.
We also need to point out that it’s never a good idea to opt for a free proxy. Free proxies are incredibly insecure, and there’s no knowing who has already used them or is currently using them. They’re not worth risking your personal information over.
It’s also important to keep in mind that switching your proxy doesn’t necessarily provide the fix that you need if your account has already been blocked. However, it can definitely make a difference if you are already using a data center proxy. The biggest takeaway here is that a block is, after all, just a block, which means that it will eventually be lifted.
5. Adjust Tools Settings
If you want to avoid getting another ‘action blocked’ notification, and you want to keep using Jarvee, then we suggest adjusting your tool’s settings. The more organic and human-like your settings are, the less likely you are to get another ‘action blocked’ notification.
If you want to avoid breaking Instagram’s limits and putting your account at risk again, try randomizing the times that you do your actions each day. We also suggest that you increase the range between delays so that you can add more randomization. Lastly, try making your daily limits smaller – perhaps sticking to just 200 a day.
6. Reset Your Device ID
There is always a chance that Instagram doesn’t like the connection that the automation you’re using is coming from. This is why you’ve also got the option of changing your device ID, which you can find in your ‘advanced profile settings.’ All you have to do is scroll down until you see ‘info settings’ and then click ‘reset device IDs.’
While you will need to revalidate your profile, Instagram can then send you an email that will confirm it has recognized your action as a new login. If you ignore the email, then hopefully the block will disappear, and you won’t have any more issues with it.
7. Wait it Out
If you have done everything else in this article, and things still aren’t looking that great, there’s always the choice of waiting it out. Waiting it out and being patient is sometimes the best way to approach an ‘action blocked’ notification because the reality is Instagram is always changing, so you’ve got to be understanding and flexible.
We all know how much it sucks to get blocked by Instagram. Most of the time, it’s not even your fault, which means that it can be difficult deciding which way to deal with it. Our strongest recommendation is that you switch up growth automation providers, and beyond this, just be patient. It will pass, and you will get back to growing your Instagram in no time.