At times, Twitter randomly throws up the Some of your media failed to upload error while trying to post a tweet with an image. The problem is not with your choice of files but the security of your account. Let’s find out how to resolve this issue and restore normalcy.
How to solve Some of your media failed to upload Twitter error?
Conveying your message across can be difficult with words alone. By adding images that resonate with your message, you can immediately grab the attention of users. However, just when you try to post a tweet with an image to quickly share the message with all of your followers, you see that Some of your media failed to upload error. Here’s how to fix it.
- Login to your Twitter account via iPhone or MacBook.
- Remove the images from your tweet.
- Try posting a plain text-based tweet with no animations.
- Pass the reCAPTCHA challenge.
- Check the empty CAPTCH box.
- Proceed further by pressing Continue to Twitter button.
- Try posting tweet with the image again.
Let’s cover the above steps in a bit more detail!
Why are my tweets failing to post?
Firstly, the good thing is it’s not a bug but just a security check that you need to pass in order to start posting normally, again. Also, as mentioned earlier it has nothing to do with the size of your image or its format. Just pass the check by solving a simple task (Google reCAPTCHA challenge) and you’ll have full access to your account again.
Make sure your Twitter app is updated to the latest version on your Smartphone. If you are using a MacBook to login enter the personal details to proceed further.
Now, when you see the ‘Some of your media failed to upload‘ error while posting the tweet, remove the images from the tweet and try posting a plain text-based tweet. Make sure it has no animations like emojis added to it.
When greeted by a screen that prompts you to take a moment to help keep Twitter safe, hit the Start button to proceed further. Note – Google may collect and use this info.
Upon seeing the Google reCAPTCHA screen, simply check the box next to I’m not a robot heading. Then, hit the continue button.
Once Twitter has admitted or accepted it as true, hit the Continue to Twitter button to get full access to your account.
Now, try posting the tweet again with the image attached to it. You should not experience any problem, hereafter.
Hope that makes sense!