If you are a Netflix user then you face some errors like Netflix Error Code UI-800-3, Netflix Error Code NW-2-5, Netflix Error code M7121-1331-P7 & M7111-1331-4027, Error Code: M7703-1003 once in a whole subscription. These are some common errors on Netflix which are announced by the official Netflix website and Netflix Error Code UI-113 is also one of them.
The Netflix Error Code UI-113 occurs when there’s some problem with your network connection or some information stored in your device which needs to be refreshed.
What causes the Netflix error Code UI-113?
The cause of the issue could not be specified, but the following are some particular misconfigurations known to cause this error.
- Cache data: Sometimes cached data is the thing behind this error because of Netflix stores scripts, images and other media files on your device. There are more chances that the cached data on your device might be causing the issue by interfering with the service.
- Netflix App data is corrupted: Usually, Netflix error code UI-113 indicates that your device has an issue with the Netflix app, or the data stored by the app has been corrupted.
How to Fix Netflix Error Code UI-113?
Obviously, you want to get rid of this error and you can do this by some simple methods. So try the below steps one by one to fix Netflix Error UI-113:
Solution 1: Restarting Your Streaming Device
Sometimes the error may be caused by your streaming device. There may be a bug or some loading problem that could prevent it from connecting to the internet, so we recommend that you try these steps:
- Unplug your device from power at least 1 minute.
- plug in your streaming device and see if Netflix works.
Solution 2: Reset or Sign out of Netflix.
Sometimes signing out of Netflix, and then signing back in, is sufficient to refresh your data and clear this error. There is no option for certain devices to sign out of Netflix. Instead, you can reset your Netflix settings with these devices. This updates the data and enables you to sign in back.
Solution 3: Disconnecting VPN, Proxy
If you are connected through a ‘Virtual Private Network‘ or ‘Proxy server‘, then disconnect it immediately and try to reach Netflix again. Sometimes if you are linked via another server, the device will have issues linking to the web.
Solution 4: Clear the Netflix app data
Netflix stores some require files in the app data cache and sometimes this data gets corrupted and we get this error. Follow the below steps to clear the app cache:
Note:- Clearing app data will delete any titles you have downloaded to the device.
- Navigate settings in your device and select app.
- Select the app manager.
- Tap on Netflix app and select “Clear Data” to clear the cache.
Try to Stream video again to see your error is fixed or not.
This Procedure is Different for specific devices, you can click here for clearing the other devices cache.
Solution 5: Reinstall your Netflix App
If the problem remains then it should be with the Netflix app itself. Some devices do not deactivate the app, but you can not reinstall if you use any of them. However, reinstalling the app could solve your problem if the device does allow you. This is also necessary in some cases where clearing the cache doesn’t fix the problem.
Follow your device’s uninstallation process to uninstall the Netflix App.