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Do your AirPods work in all other apps except for phone and FaceTime calls? The problem could be incorrect AirPods microphone settings, low AirPods battery, outdated AirPods firmware, conflict from other Bluetooth devices, etc.

This post highlights why your AirPods aren’t working for phone calls and how to fix the problem. The troubleshooting fixes in this tutorial apply to all Apple AirPods models—from the 1st generation AirPods down to the AirPods 3.

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1. Manually Switch to AirPods

If multiple Bluetooth headphones are connected to your iPhone, iOS may route audio to the recently-connected audio device. Switch the output device from the call window or Control Center if the Phone app doesn’t choose your AirPods as the preferred audio device.

Tap the Speaker icon in the call window and select your AirPods.

Alternatively, open the Control Center, tap the AirPlay icon, and select your AirPods as the active device.

If your AirPods don’t appear in the device selection window, they’re probably not connected to your iPhone. Put both AirPods in the charging case, plug them back in your ears, and check if they connect to your device.

2. Increase Audio Output Volume

Ensure your device’s volume isn’t low or muted, especially if you can’t hear the other party speak during phone calls. Press the Volume Up during a call to increase your AirPods volume. Or, open the AirPlay menu in the Control Center, select your AirPods, and move the volume slider to the right.

If your AirPods volume stays unusually low, refer to this tutorial on making AirPods louder for solutions. 

3. Charge Your AirPods

Your AirPods should automatically disconnect from your iPhone/iPad if the batteries are low or dead. If the AirPods remain connected to your device, they may not work for phone calls and other apps.

There are several ways to check AirPods battery life, but it’s easier from the AirPlay screen.

Open the Control Center, tap the AirPlay icon, and check the battery status for the individual AirPods.

We recommend putting the AirPods in the case to charge if the battery level is below 10-15%. If the left AirPod is low or dead, put it back in the charging case and use the right AirPod—or vice versa.

4. Change Call Audio Routing Settings

iOS has a “Call Audio Routing” feature that allows users to select a default audio destination for phone & FaceTime calls. By default, iOS automatically routes calls to the active audio device. If you change the audio routing settings, phone calls and FaceTime calls may use your device’s speaker instead as the default audio device. 

5. Change AirPods Microphone Settings

If people can’t hear you when making phone calls with one AirPod, that’s likely because your iPhone is configured to use the microphone in the inactive AirPod.

Your AirPods have their own microphones. When both AirPods are in your ears, your device automatically uses the microphone in either AirPod. Maybe you configured your iPhone to use the microphone in one AirPod. That could be why your AirPod isn’t working for phone calls.

Check your AirPods microphone settings and ensure your device uses the microphone in both AirPods.

6. Disconnect Other Bluetooth Devices

Having too many Bluetooth devices simultaneously connected to your iPhone will cause the devices to override your AirPods occasionally. Disconnect all active Bluetooth audio devices (except your AirPods) and check if your iPhone uses AirPods for phone calls.

7. Turn Bluetooth Off and On

This simple troubleshooting trick is a proven fix to AirPod problems in macOS, iOS, Windows, and Android.

8. Restart Your AirPods

Rebooting your AirPods will fix connectivity problems, audio output issues, and other forms of malfunctions.

Restart AirPods (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generation) and AirPods Pro

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Put both (left and right) AirPods in the charging cases and close the lid for at least 10 seconds. That’ll restart the AirPods, refresh their performance, and possibly fix issues causing them to malfunction. Next, plug the AirPods in your ears and check if your device detects them during phone calls.

Restart AirPods Max

Press and hold the Digital Crown and Noise Control button simultaneously (for 5-10 seconds) until the Status Light next to the charging port flashes amber.

Note: Don’t hold the buttons longer than 10 seconds. Otherwise, you’ll reset your AirPods Max to factory settings.

9. Reboot Your Phone

Press and hold the Top button (on iPhone) or Side button (on iPad) until the Apple logo appears on the screen. Connect your AirPods to your device and check if they now work for phone calls.

10. Reset Your AirPods

How you reset your AirPods will depend on the model or generation you own. We cover the steps to reset all AirPods generations/models below.

Reset AirPods (1st, 2nd, and 3rd Generation) and AirPods Pro

Insert both AirPods in the charging case and close the lid.

Open your iPhone or iPad’s Settings app, select Bluetooth, and tap the More Info icon next to your AirPods.

Tap Forget This Device and select Forget This Device again on the confirmation prompt to proceed.

You’ll get a pop-up notification that forgetting the AirPods will also remove the AirPods from your iCloud devices. Select Forget Device to continue.

The next step is to reconnect the AirPods to your device.

    Place your AirPods close to your iPhone or iPad and open the lids of the charging case. Press and hold the Setup button on the back of the AirPods case for 10-15 seconds until the status light flashes white.

      Unlock your iPhone/iPad, tap Connect on the pop-up and follow the prompts to connect your AirPods.

      Make a test call (cellular, WhatsApp, or FaceTime call) and check if the applications detect your AirPods.

      Reset AirPods Max

      Apple recommends charging your AirPods Max for a few seconds before resetting it to factory default.

      Press and hold the Digital Crown and Noise Control buttons for 15 seconds until the LED Status Light flashes amber. Keep holding the buttons until the amber light changes to white.

      The AirPods Max should now work for phone calls when you reconnect it to your iPhone or iPad.

      11. Update Your AirPods’ Firmware

      Apple rolls out new features, performance enhancements, and bug fixes to the AirPods via firmware updates. AirPods typically update themselves a few days after a new firmware release. But sometimes, you need to force-install the update.

      Firmware-related glitches could be the reasons why your AirPods aren’t working for phone calls. You never can tell.

      To force update your AirPods, insert them in the charging case and ensure they hold at least 50% battery charge. Then, connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi network and disable Low Power Mode and Low Data Mode.

      Afterward, place your iPhone close to your AirPods (inserted in the case) and leave both devices for at least 30 minutes (or longer). Refer to our tutorial on updating AirPods firmware for detailed instructions and troubleshooting fixes for AirPods update issues.

      12. Disable Bluetooth for Wearables and Smart Gadgets

      Third-party apps for wearable devices and smart gadgets can disrupt your AirPods’ Bluetooth connection. In this Apple Discussion thread, some iPhone users who couldn’t make calls via AirPods fixed the problem by disabling Bluetooth for smartwatches and device tracking devices.

      Two common culprits are the Fitbit app and the Tile app. If you use either of these apps, check their settings menu and limit or disable Bluetooth connection.

      13. Update Your iPhone/iPad 14. Reset Network Settings

      This will refresh your device’s Bluetooth connections and other network-related settings. Perform a network reset only if all troubleshooting solutions highlighted above prove abortive.

      Open Settings, tap General, select Transfer or Reset iPhone, tap Reset, select Reset Network Settings, enter your iPhone’s passcode and select Reset Network Settings again.

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      Disney Plus Not Working? 14 Fixes To Try

      You’re most likely on this page because Disney Plus is displaying some strange error codes on your device. Or because the streaming app/service is exhibiting other problems.

      This article highlights 14 potential fixes to common issues and error codes you might encounter on Disney Plus.

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      Why Is Disney Plus Not Working?

      Connectivity issues, temporary system glitches, incorrect clock settings, corrupt browser cache, device compatibility issues, and problems with your Disney Plus account or subscription will interrupt Disney+ services on your device.

      Go through the troubleshooting fixes listed below for more information on fixing Disney Plus issues on supported devices.

      1. Check Your Internet Speed

      Disney Plus may fail to load content on your streaming device if your internet connection doesn’t meet Disney Plus speed recommendations. To stream High-Definition (HD) and 4K (UHD) content on Disney Plus, you’ll need a network connection with a minimum download speed of 5.0 Mbps and 25 Mbps, respectively.

      Restart your router if your internet speed falls below the requirement. That should help refresh and boost your Wi-Fi connection speed. Put your device in and out of airplane mode on mobile phones or tablets and try again.

      Reset your router’s settings to factory default or contact your internet provider if the connection speed remains slow or unstable. You may have hit your usage limit, or your ISP throttled the connection speed.

      Try watching content on other streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, or YouTube. If you can’t stream content on any app, try maximizing your network speed and ensure your device is working correctly. Otherwise, check Disney Plus’ server status if the problem is specific to Disney Plus.

      2. Check Disney Plus’ Server Status

      Server-side malfunctions could trigger the “Error Code 41” and “Error Code 12” alerts on your device. If your device won’t open Disney Plus, the streaming platform’s servers are probably under maintenance or overburdened with an unusually high traffic surge. 

      Site-monitoring tools like DownDetector can help detect server downtime, outage, request overload, and other server-related issues. If DownDetector reports a problem or Disney Plus displays any of the above-mentioned error codes, you’ll have to wait until Disney Plus’ servers are back up and running.

      3. Disable Your VPN

      You may not be able to access Disney Plus if you’re using a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection. It’s also possible to get the “Error Code 73” and “Error Code 31” if Disney Plus can’t verify your location. If you’re using a VPN, turn it off and try opening Disney Plus again.

      Disabling location services could also prevent Disney Plus from working correctly on mobile devices.

      4. Verify Clock/Time Settings

      Your device needs to have the correct time settings for Disney Plus to sync videos. Incorrect clock settings may trigger the “Error Code 38” and other error messages. Check your device’s time settings and ensure it aligns with your timezone.

      5. Check for Device Compatibility

      Disney Plus works on a wide variety of devices—smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles (Xbox or Playstation), web browsers, set-top boxes, etc. However, the streaming platform doesn’t support all devices.

      If Disney Plus isn’t working on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, make sure they’re running iOS 12.0 or later. On Android mobile devices, Disney Plus supports Android Lollipop v5.0 or later. For Android TV, you’ll need to have Android TV OS 5.0 or later to use Disney Plus.

      This support article on Disney Plus’ website covers the comprehensive (software and hardware) requirements for supported devices.

      6. Update Your Web Browser

      Disney Plus recommends using the latest browser version to enjoy the best streaming experience. Update your browser if Disney Plus isn’t working on your computer—Windows PC, Mac, and Chromebook. Go through Disney Plus’ browser requirements for more information.

      7. Close and Reopen Disney Plus

      Close Disney Plus, wait for 5-10 seconds, and reopen the app. If you’re streaming Disney Plus on an Android device, force close the app, clear its cache data, and try again.

      You can also force-close Disney Plus on streaming devices like Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Google Chromecast. Head to your device’s instruction manual to learn how to force-close and clear apps’ cache data.

      8. Close Other Apps

      The Disney Plus app may crash or freeze if your device lacks enough Random Access Memory (RAM). Close or force-close apps you aren’t using and check if that resolves the problem.

      9. Update Disney Plus

      If it’s bug-ridden, Disney Plus may stop working correctly or throw some error codes. So, head to your device’s app store and ensure you have the latest version of the app installed on your streaming device.

      If Disney Plus is stuck on the loading screen on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, head to the Disney Plus page on the App Store and update the app. For Android-powered devices, update Disney Plus from the Play Store. On Amazon Fire TV devices, search for Disney Plus and update the app if there’s a new version.

      We recommend turning on Automatic App Updates in your device’s settings menu. That’ll trigger your streaming device to automatically update Disney Plus (and other apps) in the background when a new version is available.

      10. Update Your Streaming Device

      Disney Plus could malfunction if your device’s operating system (OS) or firmware is out-of-date. Check your device’s settings menu and update its OS to the latest version.

      Restart your streaming device if the problem continues after installing a firmware update. This troubleshooting solution can fix Disney issues on mobile devices, smart TVs, set-top boxes, etc.

      11. Sign Out of Disney Plus

      You’ll get the “Error Code 30” message on your screen if Disney Plus cannot link your device to your subscription. Sign out of Disney Plus and re-enter your account information to fix this problem.

      12. Restart Your Device

      If Disney Plus and other applications fail to work properly—perhaps, they’re freezing or crashing—turn off your streaming device and turn it back on after a minute.

      Alternatively, unplug the device from its power source and plug it back in. Connect your device to the internet and launch Disney Plus before opening any other app. This troubleshooting step can help fix black screen issues and other error messages.

      13. Clear Disney Plus Site Data

      Your browser may encounter issues loading Disney Plus if the site’s cookies and data are corrupt. Deleting Disney Plus’ site data will resolve these issues. Before you proceed, however, try accessing Disney Plus on a different browser.

      If you can stream movies on other browsers, clear Disney Plus’ cookies and site data on the problematic browser.

      Delete Disney Plus’ Data in Google Chrome

      In Google Chrome, type or paste chrome://settings/siteData in the address bar, and press Enter/Return. Type disneyplus in the search bar and select Remove All Shown.

      Delete Disney Plus’ Data in Mozilla Firefox

      If you can’t stream Disney Plus in Firefox, follow these steps to clear the streaming service’s cookies and site data.

      Type or paste about:preferences#privacy in the address bar and press Enter/Return on the keyboard.

      Select Manage Data in the “Cookies and Site Data” section.

      Type disneyplus in the search bar, select Remove All Shown, and select Save Changes.

      Delete Disney Plus’ Data in Safari

      Close all Disney Plus tabs in Safari and follow the steps below:

      Select Safari on the menu bar and select Preferences.

      Head to the “Privacy” tab and select Manage Website Data.

      Type disney in the search bar, select Remove All and select Done.

      Delete Disney Plus’ Data in Microsoft Edge

      Paste edge://settings/siteData in your browser’s address bar, press Enter, type disneyplus in the search bar, and select Remove all shown. 

      Open Disney Plus in a new tab and check if you’re able to stream movies and TV shows without issues. Check out our tutorial on fixing web pages that load slowly if your browser still doesn’t load Disney Plus. 

      14. Reinstall Disney Plus

      Delete the Disney Plus app from your streaming device if none of the troubleshooting steps resolve the issue. Refer to this support article on the Disney+ Help Center website to learn how to uninstall and reinstall the streaming app on your computer, TV, mobile device, etc.

      Contact Customer Support

      Disney Plus customer service channels are available round-the-clock. Visit the Disney Plus Help Center, scroll to the bottom of the page, and select the Live Chat or Call Us option.

      Fix: Google Pixel Phone Not Receiving Calls

      Modern smartphones are actually portable computers small enough to fit in your pocket. Gone are the days when phones could only do three main things: make and receive calls and send text messages. Technology has evolved so rapidly that your phone is actually more powerful than your PC. And no, this is not a joke.

      Google Pixel is one of the most popular phones on the market. It’s fast, packs a lot of handy features, and offers an excellent price-quality ratio. Moreover, Google guarantees new Pixel phones benefit from three years of software updates.

      But, as with everything tech, Google Pixel may sometimes fail to work as intended. Many users complained the device fails to receive incoming calls. It seems that Pixel 5 users are particularly affected by this problem. Let’s dive in and unravel this mystery.

      Why Am I Not Receiving Incoming Calls on Google Pixel? Restart Your Phone

      This simple action can help you eliminate minor software glitches that may be breaking the Phone app. Hold down the Power button until your device turns off. Wait two minutes, and then power up your phone.

      Update Your Device

      Your Pixel phone may be affected by random software bugs that prevent incoming calls from reaching your device. Maybe Google already rolled out a hotfix to patch the problem. Check for updates and install the latest Android version available for your device. Go to Settings → System → Advanced → System updates → Check for updates. Tap the Download button to install the newest software version.

      Enable Airplane Mode

      Did you know that enabling and disabling Airplane Mode on your phone is a handy troubleshooting method? By turning on Airplane Mode, you basically block all wireless functions on your device, including the radio waves your phone relies on to make and receive phone calls.

      When you disable Airplane Mode, your Pixel phone reconnects to the nearest cell tower. Hopefully, all signal issues will be gone.

      By the way, go to Settings → Mobile Networks → Network mode and select a different network mode. Try different modes and check which one offers you a stronger signal.

      Clear the Cache

      If the Phone app got corrupted and fails to work as intended, clearing the cache may restore its functionality. Go to Settings → Apps & Notifications → See all → Phone → Storage → Clear cache → Clear storage. Ideally, remove all the cache files to free up more space on your device.

      Disable Call Forwarding

      Call forwarding is a handy feature that allows you to redirect incoming calls to a different number. Navigate to Call settings → Additional settings → Call forwarding and ensure the Always forward option is disabled.

      Disable Battery Saving Mode

      Google Pixel has a pretty aggressive battery-saving mode that automatically turns off the apps you haven’t used in a long time. If you rarely make and receive calls on your phone, maybe the battery saver closed the Phone app and is mistakenly preventing it from launching again. So, navigate to Settings → Battery → Battery Saver and turn off the feature.

      Check if the Caller is Blocked

      If you can’t receive incoming calls from particular contacts or callers, check if you blocked them. Launch the Phone app → tap More, → go to Settings → Blocked numbers. Check if they’re on the list.

      Reset Your Phone

      As a last resort, try resetting your Pixel phone. Keep in mind that this action will erase your data, so do back up any critical data before resetting your device.

      Go to Settings → Backup & Reset → Factory Reset → Reset device. Select Erase everything and launch the process. Once the reset process is over, set up your phone again and check if you can receive calls now.


      If your contacts can’t reach you on your Google Pixel phone, update the OS, clear the cache, disable battery saving mode, and disable call forwarding. We hope this guide helped you troubleshoot the problem. Do let us know which method did the trick for you.

      Chatgpt Not Logging In: Try These Simple Fixes!

      Are you struggling to log in to ChatGPT? You’re not alone! Login issues can arise from various reasons, from incorrect login credentials to server downtime. In this article, we will explore the most common reasons for login issues and provide you with some effective solutions to help you get back in. So whether you’re a regular user or a first-time visitor, read on to troubleshoot your ChatGPT login issues and start using the service hassle-free! We’ll cover solutions such as checking login credentials, clearing browser cache and cookies, trying a different browser, checking your internet connection, and waiting and trying again later.

      Similar Topic: ChatGPT Sign Up Not Working? Sign Up Tips and Tricks

      There are several common reasons why users might experience login issues with ChatGPT. Some of the most common causes include:

      Platform Capacity: If ChatGPT is experiencing a high volume of traffic, the platform may become overloaded and unable to handle any more requests. In such cases, you may receive the error message “ChatGPT is at capacity right now” when trying to log in.

      Incorrect Login Credentials: If you’re unable to log in, it’s possible that you’re entering the wrong username or password. Double-check your login credentials and make sure they’re correct.

      Browser Cache and Cookies: Browser cache and cookies can sometimes cause login issues. Try clearing your browser’s cache and cookies to see if this resolves the issue.

      Network Issues: Weak or unstable internet connections can also cause login problems. Make sure your internet connection is strong and stable before trying to log in.

      Server Issues: If ChatGPT is experiencing server issues or downtime, you won’t be able to log in until the servers come back online.

      If you’re experiencing login issues with ChatGPT, there are several solutions you can try to resolve the issue. Here are some of the most effective solutions:

      See More: What is the Use of Auto-GPT?

      One of the most common reasons for login issues with ChatGPT is incorrect login credentials. If you’re unable to log in, it’s possible that you’re entering the wrong username or password. Therefore, it’s important to double-check your login credentials and make sure you’re entering the correct information.

      First, check if you are entering the correct username and password. Sometimes, users might have multiple accounts with different login credentials, so ensure that you are using the correct one for the account you are trying to access.

      Once you have reset your password, make sure to enter the new password correctly. It’s important to note that passwords are case sensitive, so ensure that you are entering it correctly.

      Clearing your browser’s cache and cookies is another solution to try if you’re having trouble logging in to ChatGPT. Sometimes, the cache and cookies stored in your browser can cause login issues, so it’s important to clear them to ensure a fresh login attempt. The cache and cookies can be cleared by going to the settings or options menu of your browser and finding the option to clear browsing data. Once you’ve cleared your cache and cookies, try logging in to ChatGPT again to see if the issue has been resolved. If clearing your cache and cookies doesn’t work, you can move on to trying other solutions to fix the login issue.

      If you’re having trouble logging in to ChatGPT, it could be due to a specific issue with your browser. Some browsers may not be compatible with ChatGPT or may have issues with their cookies and cache, which can cause login problems. In this case, trying a different browser like Firefox or Chrome can help.

      To switch to a different browser, simply download and install it on your device. Then, open the new browser and navigate to the ChatGPT website to try logging in again. If this solves the issue, it’s likely that the problem was specific to your previous browser.

      Keep in mind that if you’re still experiencing issues after trying a different browser, the problem may not be related to your browser at all. In that case, you may need to try other solutions like checking your internet connection or contacting ChatGPT support for further assistance.

      If you’re experiencing login issues with ChatGPT, it’s important to check your internet connection. Weak or unstable internet connections can cause problems with logging in. To resolve this issue, make sure your internet connection is strong and stable. You can do this by checking your device’s network settings, restarting your router or modem, or contacting your internet service provider (ISP) for assistance.

      If you’re using a wireless connection, try moving closer to the router or access point to improve the signal strength. Additionally, try disconnecting other devices that may be using the same network to free up bandwidth.

      Once you’ve checked and improved your internet connection, try logging in to ChatGPT again to see if the issue is resolved.

      If you have tried all the above solutions and are still unable to log in to ChatGPT, it’s possible that the platform is experiencing server issues or downtime. In such cases, the servers may be temporarily unavailable, and you won’t be able to log in until the servers come back online. This can be frustrating, but it’s important to be patient and wait for the issue to be resolved.

      To check if there are any server issues or downtime updates, you can visit the ChatGPT online FAQs section. Here, you may find information about any ongoing maintenance or server issues and estimated timeframes for when the service will be back online.

      If you find that the ChatGPT servers are down, you’ll need to wait until they’re back online to access the service. During this time, you can try the above solutions again periodically or try accessing ChatGPT at a later time. It’s essential to avoid continuously attempting to log in as this may further overload the server and prolong the downtime.

      If you’ve exhausted all the possible solutions listed above and are still unable to log in to ChatGPT, it’s best to reach out to their customer support team for further assistance. They may be able to provide additional solutions or escalate the issue to their technical team to resolve the problem. You can contact ChatGPT support through their website or app, or by email, phone, or live chat. Be sure to provide as much information as possible about the issue, including any error messages you may have received and what troubleshooting steps you’ve already tried. This will help the support team understand the problem and provide an appropriate solution in a timely manner.

      To verify if the ChatGPT servers are available, you can attempt to load the website and see if it opens correctly. In case you encounter difficulties accessing the website, you can look up social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit for any indications of server outages or downtime. Alternatively, you can utilize websites such as Downdetector, which can provide details on the status of ChatGPT servers. If there are no reports of server problems, you can try deleting your browser’s cache and cookies or using a different browser to access ChatGPT.

      In conclusion, login issues with ChatGPT can be frustrating, but there are several solutions you can try to resolve the issue. Double-check your login credentials, clear your browser’s cache and cookies, try a different browser, check your internet connection, and wait and try again later if all else fails. If you’re still having trouble logging in, contact ChatGPT support for further assistance. By following these solutions, you should be able to log in to ChatGPT and start using it.

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      Netflix Not Working: Best Possible Fixes To Know!

      Netflix Not Working: Best Possible Fixes To Know!

      What should you do to overcome these issues and get your Netflix back again in a proper working state? This article is all about the common troubleshooting tips to resolve Netflix not working including issues while playing it on your Samsung smart TV or Roku or Xbox Console.

      Also Read:  How To Stream Netflix Content on non-Smart TV 

      How To Fix Netflix Issues On Different Devices? Netflix App Not Working- General Tips To Fix The Issues

      Netflix is available on various platforms and therefore, if it is not working on your smartphone, you can try using it on your tablet, smart TV, laptop or any other device. But, using an escape route is not the solution to anything. Thus, here we have compiled a few fixes you can try to fix a faulty app that can work on every device with no further issues.

      Tip 1: Check if Netflix is down. You can do this by playing any series or movie, if it fails to load and does not start; it means the Netflix service is itself facing some issues. You can confirm if Netflix has problems with its servers from this link. If this is the case, there is no such fix you can do, you just need to wait for the Netflix server problems to get resolved.

      Tip 2: Try restarting your device. No matter on which device you are streaming Netflix, if it is facing some issues, you can consider restarting the device. Many times this cliché even works and fixes all the problems with the Netflix app. Restarting the device will probably fix the faulty app or any other problem with the system itself.

      Tip 3: Reboot your router.  While connected to the internet, you might have seen the apps are not working properly. This is because the internet is down. And this may be the same reason that is creating issues with Netflix apps. For this, you need to reboot the router at first and later if it continues, you need to just wait for the connection to settle from the server end.

      Tip 4: Check your mobile data connection. You will face Netflix issues even when your mobile data is not working properly. To fix this issue, check if your Wi-Fi or cellular data is turned on and your device is not in Airplane mode. This tip is so cliché but it happens with a lot of people who keep trying to access apps without data connection on and then worry later.

      Must Read: How much Data does Netflix use?

      Tip 5: Update Netflix App regularly. Just like system updates, it is equally important to update your applications. Therefore, ensure that your Netflix app is up to date as the latest version for better and smooth running of the app with no further issues. Updating an app is a good tactic as it can even fix Netflix error codes, if any.

      Tip 6: Log Out and Log in again. While you are facing some Netflix problems, it is recommended to log out of the Netflix app and log in again. This is a quick hack and can resolve issues with your Netflix account.

      Tip 8: Reinstall app. If the Netflix app issues persist, you can uninstall the app and reinstall it. This might help you fix the problems and make it fairly easy for you to run the app smoothly. If you are not able to uninstall Netflix on Samsung smart TV, then place the cursor on the Netflix app, press the Tools button on your remote and then select Reinstall. Otherwise, you can reinstall it from reliable app stores.

      Netflix Not Working On A Samsung Smart TV: Fixes!

      The Netflix issues may arise on any device even while streaming on your Samsung smart TV. A smart TV allows the apps to be installed directly without any additional hardware connection. You can stream through the official Netflix app for smart TVs, out of which Samsung smart TVs experiences some issues with Netflix while streaming. To fix these Netflix problems, look at the troubleshooting tips below:

      Unplug your Samsung smart TV for around 30 seconds. Sometimes when nothing works, even turning TV on and off works. This resets everything and lets you start afresh after turning on again after a break.

      Hard Reset can work for you. Over and above everything else, hard resetting a device brings it back to its original form as if it’s new. It will factory reset all your smart TV apps including Netflix, and you need to install everything from scratch, back again. For this, you need to call Samsung technical support on 800-SAMSUNG and ask support from Samsung remote management team. With their help, you will be able to do a hard reset on a smart TV set.

      Hopefully, with these quick tips you’ll be able to fix Netflix not working on your Samsung smart TV.

      Netflix Not Working On Xbox One Console- Fixes!

      Just like smart TVs, the gaming consoles like Xbox One also supports streaming apps like Netflix and many others. What if you are facing some issues with Netflix app on your gaming console? You will try your hands on the general tips mentioned above. If it helps, then it’s alright.  But what if it doesn’t? Check out some Netflix issue fixes here while experiencing it on any of your Xbox gaming consoles. Try the following solutions:

      Check if Xbox Live is down. It is important to check if Xbox Live online service is down. To check this, visit Xbox Live Status web page and look for a green checkmark next to Xbox One Apps. If there are some checkboxes missing, then it is clear that Xbox Live is down and you will have to wait for it to come online again.

      Check out this article, if your Xbox One controller isn’t working.

      We hope it helps in fixing Netflix not working on Xbox One consoles.

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      Facing The Decentraland Not Loading Issue? Try These Fixes

      Facing the Decentraland not loading issue? Try these fixes




      If Decentraland doesn’t load on your browser, ensure the computer has recommended system requirements to run this virtual world game.

      There are many reasons that can cause this issue that you will see in this article.

      Though tweaking some browser settings can fix Decentraland no responding or loading problem, you can follow some other essential steps from this article.

      Is Decentraland not loading or responding? This article will give you the exact solutions that will work.

      Virtual world games are creating a lot of hype lately. Decentraland is one of the most popular ones. For being browser-based, it has gained a lot of attraction. But, your experience with this metaverse platform may go down if it does not load in your browser.

      As it is free to play, anyone can try it without investing anything in it from anywhere worldwide. If someone wants, they can buy various NFTs like plots of land on this platform using MANA cryptocurrency. It has been a fantastic profitable investment in recent years.

      As a result, a lot of users are coming into this world. But, many of them are already noticing Decentraland not loading on their device’s browser. If you are one of them, how can you get rid of it?

      Screenshot: Decentraland not loading in the login page

      What causes Decentraland not responding?

      Numerous things may hinder Decentraland from loading on your device. As it is browser-based, the problem lies in the browser itself in most cases.

      The first problem may be the system requirements. Suppose you don’t have a Core i3 2nd gen or better processor or a recommended 8 GB RAM and a 2 GB NVIDIA GT 730 or better graphics card. In that case, you will most likely to face problems running this virtual world game on your computer.

      But, If you encounter the Decentraland not responding or loading problem even after having better specification, it may be something else. It includes the following one.

      Your computer doesn’t have enough available dedicated graphics memory.

      The browser is outdated.

      The browser engine is not compatible.

      Your browser is taking a lot of system resources.

      Internet connection is not stable.

      Problematic browser extensions.

      Improper Crypto wallet extension settings.

      These are the most common things that can cause this Decentraland problem. But, you can easily get rid of the issue if you follow the proper steps.

      How can I fix Decentraland not loading? 1. Use a chromium-based browser or Firefox

      Not all browsers are properly compatible with Decentraland. So, If you face a problem with this game in a browser, for example, Safari on macOS, try anything else.

      Decentraland officially supports any chromium-based browser and Mozilla Firefox. So, We suggest you try Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Brave, etc., to run this virtual world game.

      2. Enable hardware acceleration

      The hardware acceleration should be enabled by default in the latest chromium-based browsers. If somehow it is disabled, Decentraland not loading issue may appear. In this case, the above steps will help.

      3. Set graphics preferences to high performance 5. Disable Adblocker

      In general, this type of extension scans every request on any website, leading to unwanted difficulties for your browser to load some pages.

      So, if you see Decentraland is not loading or responding properly, disable Adblocker and try again. It should fix the problem.

      6. Disable memory-hungry extensions

      Expert tip:

      So, to avoid any errors, particularly not loading issues, disable all of the resource-hungry extensions on your browser.

      7. Clear cache and temporary files 8. Change site access preference for Metamask

      A large number of users use the Metamask wallet to login into Decentraland. Many of them have already experienced Decentraland not loading problem. 

      However, changing the site access preference of this extension has fixed their problem. So, it also should work if you are in the same situation.

      9. Make sure the internet connection is stable

      The problem may be a result of your internet connection’s instability. For any reason, if your internet connection is not suitable for Decentraland, you may face not loading problem.

      In this case, you should take steps to improve the connection speed and instability. Decentraland recommends having at least 10 Mbps internet speed.

      However, if you have a better connection but face this problem, you may try the Private Internet Access (PIA) VPN. If poor internet routing is the reason behind your situation, using the PIA can help.

      Else, PIA can help you to unlock various geo-restricted contents and ensure better privacy on the internet. When you do things related to cryptocurrency, privacy and security matter most. In this type of case, this VPN can give you an extra layer of security.

      10. Use a dedicated GPU

      Decentraland requires 2 GB of available graphics memory to give you the best experience. Though processors like AMD Ryzen 5600g, 5700g, and Intel 12 Generations have decent built-in graphics capability, you still may require a dedicated GPU to run this 3D Metaverse game.

      This is not the case for all users. So, you should verify GPU requirements by yourself. For this, you can try to run this virtual world on a computer that has similar specifications and a GPU.

      Can you run Decentraland using Metamask without investing anything?

      Yes, you can. There is no need to worry about it. Anyone can start exploring the Decentraland as a guest or with a wallet like Metamask.

      Players won’t have to invest anything to start with Metamask in the world of Decentraland. As it is also a play-to-earn game, you can earn NFTs and sell them for profit. So, starting with a wallet is a good idea.

      However, If you want to explore things and want to learn about Decentraland, the guest mode is sufficient.

      How you play this virtual world game is up to you. However, if you face the problem, the methods mentioned above are sufficient to fix Decentraland not loading issue.

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