Fixed: Android TV Netflix Error UI-800-3
Netflix is an excellent streaming service, but at times, it might crash and you may not be able to launch it. The Android TV Netflix error UI-800-3 code along with the message, “retrying in x seconds.” appears on the screen when Netflix crashes.The guidelines for resolving this issue are given below.
- Tap the Power button on the remote to turn off your Android TV.
- Unplug the power cord from the TV and wait for a minute.
- Press the Power button on the TV and hold it for at least 5 seconds.
- Reconnect the power cord and turn on the TV. Then, open Netflix to check if the issue is resolved.
- If the error appears again, select More Info or More Details on the error screen.
- Scroll up and select the Settings icon. Then, tap Reset.
- Now, select the Sign out or Deactivate option.
- You will be logged out of your Netflix account.
- Launch the Netflix application and sign in to your account using the username and password.
- If the Android TV Netflix error UI-800-3 issue persists, unplug the connections from the TV, modem, and router.
- Now, connect the modem to a power source and wait until the indicator light stops blinking.
- If you have a separate router, connect it to your modem.
- Once all the LED lights are solidly lit, turn on your Android TV.
- Open Netflix to check if the error pops up again.
- Try connecting your TV directly to your modem using an Ethernet cable.
- If you can access Netflix now, the problem is with your router.
- If you still can’t view the contents on Netflix, there may be issues with your Internet Service Provider. Contact them and get the Android TV Netflix error UI-800-3 issue solved.