How To Enable Storage Permissions Manually for The Hydrogen Executor?

If you’re experiencing issues with the Hydrogen Executor crashing on launch, you can follow these steps to resolve the problem based on your device:

For Android Smartphones

  1. Open your Android phone’s Settings.
  2. Navigate to “Apps” or “App Management.”
  3. Select the Roblox app (Hydrogen Executor) from the list or use the search bar to find it.
  4. Tap “Permissions.”
  5. Scroll down and click on “Storage” under the “Not allowed” section.
  6. In the storage permission window, select “Allow access to media only.”
  7. Restart your smartphone, then launch the Hydrogen Executor to see if it’s working correctly.

For Android Tablets

  1. Open Settings on your Android tablet.
  2. Navigate to the “Apps” section.
  3. Tap the three dots at the top right corner to view hidden options.
  4. Click on “Permission Manager” and choose “Files and Media.”
  5. Select the Roblox app (Hydrogen Executor) and choose “Allow only while using the app” or “Allow all the time” based on your preference.
  6. Return to the home screen of your tablet and launch the Hydrogen Executor to play your favorite games.

For Windows PCs (using GameLoop)

  1. If you have installed the Hydrogen Executor on your PC using GameLoop, launch this app.
  2. Hold the app icon of the Roblox app (Hydrogen Executor) to access options.
  3. Click on “App Info.”
  4. Go to “Permissions.”
  5. Toggle on the option for “Storage.”
  6. Return to the Bluestacks home screen.

For MacOS Laptops:

  1. Go to the Apple Menu and open System Settings.
  2. Navigate to “Privacy & Security” in the sidebar.
  3. Click “Accessibility” on the right-hand side.
  4. Scroll down to see the list of installed apps.
  5. Select Hydrogen Executor (Roblox) and enable the storage permissions.
  6. If you can’t find the Hydrogen Executor in the list, click the “+” icon at the bottom of the apps list to add it.
  7. Once added, enable storage permissions for the Hydrogen Executor on your Mac.

These steps should help resolve Hydrogen Executor crashing issues on your device. If you’re still experiencing problems, consider waiting for the next update from the developers. You can also check for the latest updates on the official Hydrogen Executor download page.