You may encounter some common errors while streaming videos from Netflix. But, in the Netflix app for Windows 10, you may have to encounter a few problems that may not be seen on other platforms. In this article, you will find some tips for resolving U7353 error, which is a common error for users of Windows 10 Netflix. If you face this error, the following error message can be received:
Whoops, something went wrong ... We're having trouble playing this title right now. Please try again later or select a different title. Error code: U7353
In recent days, while streaming movies or TV shows, so many users have experienced Netflix error U7252. This has become a very common error for users of Windows 10, especially after updating the creators. To fix this error, we will concentrate on some special methods that can help you.
How to Fix Netflix Error U7353 While Streaming Videos:
This is usually a temporary problem. So, when you face this error code, you can just try again to stream the video you want. The problem should be fixed. But, if it doesn’t work or error 7353 often appears / repeatedly, you’ll have to do a little more work to get rid of it.
I recommend that you deactivate VPN / Proxy, antivirus or firewall software. These things can create Internet connectivity problems. You may therefore face unexpected errors. So it can help you to disable them. In any case, here are some methods to fix U7353 error in netflix.
1. Check for Update:
You should check for windows update and netflix app update whenever you face similar problems. Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update to check for windows update. Open Windows Store to check for update of the Netflix app. Click on the picture of your profile and select Downloads and Updates. Now, Click on Check for Updates. Netflix error u7353 can be fixed.
2. Flush or Change DNS Settings (Thanks to Luc Arland):
You can fix this netflix streaming error u7353 by flushing DNS. Read: How to flush DNS if you don’t know how to do it. If it helps, you can also change your DNS addresses. Doing it:
- Open RUN by pressing Win + R.
- Type ncpa.cpl and press enter.
- Now, Right click on your connection and go to properties.
- Double click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
- Now, Change and set your DNS as 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11 (Google DNS). You also can use other public DNS, If you want.
- Now, Flush your DNS.
You can no longer face the streaming error from Windows 10 Netflix app after doing these things.
3. Reset Netflix App:
Resetting the Netflix app is something else that can solve different problems. Follow these steps if you don’t know how to do it:
- Press Win + I to open settings. Now, Go to Apps > Apps & Features > Netflix > Advanced Options.
- Then, Click on Reset.
- Now, Re-launch Netflix app and Login with your credentials.
- It should solve error code u7353.
4. Re-Install Netflix App:
If two first methods don’t help, the Netflix app can be reinstalled. This problem can be solved. To uninstall Netflix from windows 10, just right-click it and select Uninstall. Go to the store for windows and search for Netflix. Then reinstall it.
Usually, this app should be reinstalled to fix u7353 or similar errors. But, if it doesn’t work, you can look for more online solutions. You can also consider watching Netflix videos using your web browser until you find a working solution. If I find more solutions, I will update this article.