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After discussing so many Netflix errors, one thing must be clear to all Netflix users, i.e., any error that appears on Netflix has a reason behind it. Maybe, there is some issue with the Netflix app from the server end or maybe the user has done something wrong. Whatever the reason is, one thing is sure, the error forces stoppage of Netflix content. Today, the error in the discussion is UI-800-3, which when occurs disrupts the entire content watching experience for Netflix users.
The UI-800-3 error is one of the flaws that can occur in Netflix when trying to access the catalog of movies and series. Although it is compatible with many different devices, the service may occasionally have problems, apparently for no reason at all. In this case, this is a malfunction related to updates, whether on a Blu-ray device, a console or a smart TV. Here’s how to solve the UI-800-3 error and re-watch your favorite programs on Netflix.
Reboot the device
The first step in resolving the UI-800-3 error is to restart the device. Because the issue is related to upgrades, the device is likely to install downloaded updates with a reset and restore Netflix to work by turning it back on. According to the official support of the service, the solution applies to the consoles PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Blu-ray players and smart TVs in general. After rebooting the device, you will have to perform Netflix account login once again.
Please re-sign into the device
In situations where the device reset does not work, the next step is to log in to the Netflix app again. This requires you to sign out of your account and re-enter your email and password to ensure that any updates are validated by the program. If you are not able to log into your Netflix account, then take Netflix login help from experts.
To log out of the account, search Netflix for the options: Reset, Logout, Sign Out, or Deactivate. This goes for consoles (including Nintendo Wii U), smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
On Samsung smart TVs, the procedure varies a bit. Instead of simply logging out and logging back into the account, you need to reset the Smart Hub settings in the main menu – if a PIN is required, try the default 0000.
In video games, another solution is to check the device’s DNS settings. On PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, you need to access the network settings (or internet connection setup) and set DNS always as automatic.
Reinstall the Netflix application
In the latter case, if nothing works, you have to reinstall the Netflix app on your device. According to the Netflix help center, this solution is valid for PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles. The UI-800-3 error is related to pending installation updates. Then, by reinstalling the app completely, there are chances that the crash will be eliminated and any updates automatically applied.