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How to Fix “No provider was found” on PancakeSwap

Are you trying to connect to Trust Wallet on the browser version on PancakeSwap?

If you are, you might get this error “No provider was found”.

Here’s the full error message, “Provider Error. No provider was found”.

As a result, you won’t be able to connect your Trust Wallet on PancakeSwap.

Additionally, you won’t be able to swap tokens.

Even if you have the Trust Wallet app on your device, you might not be able to connect it on PancakeSwap.

But why is this the case?

In this guide, you’ll learn what does “No provider was found” mean on PancakeSwap and how to fix it.

What does “No provider was found” mean on PancakeSwap?

Provider Error No Provider Was Found PancakeSwap

“No provider was found” on PancakeSwap means that there’s an error with connecting your Trust Wallet with PancakeSwap.

It happens when you’re using PancakeSwap on a browser and not on the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.

If you’re using PancakeSwap on a browser, you won’t be able to connect to your Trust Wallet.

When you try connecting to your Trust Wallet, you’ll get a provider error.

This is because your mobile browser (e.g., Safari, Chrome) does not support decentralized applications like PancakeSwap.

Trust Wallet has a dedicated DApp browser that you can use to interact with any decentralized applications.

However, you need to enable it first.

By default, the DApp browser is not enabled on Trust Wallet.

Hence, you need to enable it via your mobile browser to use it.

Otherwise, you won’t be able to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap.

How to fix “No provider was found” on PancakeSwap

To fix “No provider was found” on PancakeSwap, you need to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.

Next, open PancakeSwap on the DApp browser and connect it with Trust Wallet.

This time, you’ll be able to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap without any errors.

The cause of the “No provider was found” error is because you’re using PancakeSwap on a mobile browser.

Mobile browsers like Safari or Chromes do not support DApps.

On the other hand, Trust Wallet has a DApp browser that supports decentralized exchanges like PancakeSwap.

Hence, the first thing you need to do is to stop using PancakeSwap on your mobile browser.

Then, enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet if you haven’t already.

Here’s how to fix “No provider was found” on PancakeSwap:

Method #1

1. Download Trust Wallet

The first step is to download Trust Wallet on your mobile device (if you haven’t already).

To begin with, go to the App Store or Google Play Store.

Once you’re on there, search for “Trust Wallet” on the search bar.

Then, tap on the first search result and download Trust Wallet.

After you’ve downloaded Trust Wallet, create a new wallet and verify your recovery phrase.

Once you’ve verified your recovery phrase, your wallet will be successfully created.

2. Enable the DApp browser

How to fix “No Provider Was Found” on PancakeSwap

Secondly, you need to enable the DApp browser on Trust Wallet.

The DApp browser allows you to use decentralized exchanges like PancakeSwap.

To do so, open a browser on your mobile device (e.g., Safari, Chrome).

Once you’re on the browser, enter this on the search bar “trust://browser_enable” and search for it.

Then, tap on “Open” to open the page on Trust Wallet.

After you’ve opened the page on Trust Wallet, the DApp browser will be enabled on it.

3. Open PancakeSwap

PancakeSwap browser on Trust Wallet

Now, open Trust Wallet and you’ll be able to see a browser icon on the bottom navigation bar.

Tap on the browser icon to open the DApp browser.

On the DApp browser, scroll down until you find the “Popular” header.

Under the “Popular” header, you’ll see the PancakeSwap app.

Tap on “PancakeSwap” to open PancakeSwap on the DApp browser.

4. Connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap

Connect wallet on PancakeSwap

Once you’re on PancakeSwap, you’ll see a “Connect” button on the top navigation bar of the page.

If the button says “Connect” it means that you haven’t connected Trust Wallet yet.

Tap on “Connect” to connect to a wallet.

This step is similar to if you were to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap on a mobile browser.

However, you’ll be connecting Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap on the DApp browser instead of your mobile browser.

TrustWallet on PancakeSwap

After you’ve tapped on “Connect”, a pop-up box will open.

The pop-up box contains a list of wallets that you can connect to.

You’ll be able to connect to Metamask, TrustWallet, MathWallet, etc.

Tap on “TrustWallet” to connect to Trust Wallet.

This time, you will be able to successfully connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap because you’re using the DApp browser.

Now, you’ll be able to swap tokens on the exchange.

You’ve successfully learned how to fix the “No provider was found” error on PancakeSwap!

Method #2

1. Visit PancakeSwap on a browser & connect to “WalletConnect”

The second method to fix “No provider was found” on PancakeSwap is to use PancakeSwap on your browser.

Firstly, open a mobile browser (e.g., Safari, Chrome).

Then, go to the PancakeSwap website.

Once you’re on the website, tap on “Connect”.

After you’ve tapped on “Connect”, the “Connect to a wallet” pop-up will open.

On the pop-up, you’ll see a lost of wallets that you can connect to.

Instead of tapping on “TrustWallet”, tap on “WalletConnect”.

2. Connect to Trust Wallet

After you’ve tapped on “WalletConnect”, you’ll see a list of wallets that you can connect to.

You can connect to wallets like “Rainbow”, “Trust”, “Argent”, and others.

Tap on “Trust” to connect to Trust Wallet.

After you’ve tapped on “Trust”, a pop-up message will open.

The message will prompt you to open the page on Trust Wallet.

Tap on “Open” to open the page on Trust Wallet.

3. Tap on “Connect” & use PancakeSwap

After you’ve opened the page on Trust Wallet, you’ll see a “Connect” button.

If you don’t see the “Connect” button, try force closing Trust Wallet and opening it again.

Then, repeat the previous step.

Tap on “Connect” to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap.

After you’ve tapped on “Connect”, Trust Wallet will be successfully connected to PancakeSwap.

You can confirm this by looking at the top-right corner of PancakeSwap.

In the top-right corner, you’ll see your Trust Wallet address.

You’ve successfully fixed the “No provider was found” error on PancakeSwap!

Conclusion

If you were to connect Trust Wallet to PancakeSwap on a mobile browser, it will not work.

In the future, if you want to use PancakeSwap on your mobile device, make sure to open it using the DApp browser on Trust Wallet and not on a mobile browser.

This is because PancakeSwap is not supported on mobile browsers.

However, you need to enable to DApp browser on Trust Wallet first before you can interact with decentralized applications.

Further reading

How to Fix “Pancake K” Error on PancakeSwap

How to Fix “Unsupported Chain ID” on PancakeSwap

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About the author

Lim How Wei

Lim How Wei is the founder of followchain.org, with over 7+ years of experience in Social Media and 3+ years of experience in investing in stocks and cryptocurrencies. He has researched, tested, and written hundreds of articles ranging from social media platforms to messaging apps.