Note: if you’ve enabled login verification on your account, be sure to store a backup code before logging out.
To log out of Twitter for Android: First try powering down your device for a few moments.
Ideally, your device should have a minimum of 50MB of available space.
To see how much space is available on your device, follow these instructions: If you're seeing "Unauthorized" or "Invalid username and Password" when you try to sign in, this is likely caused by incorrect time zone settings or an outdated version of the Twitter client application.
Turn your device back on and make sure you have a strong data connection.
If you’re using an outdated version of the Twitter for i OS or Android app, you might see Tweets that are cut off, with URLs that redirect you to mobile web.
Here’s the page of empty sadness that you’ll see when you click on someone’s beautiful avatar: These issues have been going on for about 15 minutes, with Twitter’s engineering staff posting about it seven minutes ago.
The issues are also affecting mobile apps, as you’ll get a similar error message when trying to update your timelines.
If you’re having issues with the Twitter app on your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch device, these troubleshooting tips should help.
For the best experience using the Twitter for i OS app, consider upgrading your i OS device to the latest operating system (OS).
You may notice Tweets in your timeline that have more than 140 characters or Tweets that appear cut off.