Do you know what’s annoying? The Hulu app is constantly popping up with Code P-DEV320 error codes! Trust me; we’ve faced the same issue as well. Fortunately, with a little bit of troubleshooting and our help, you should be back to binging your favorite TV show or movie that you’ve been waiting to watch after a tiring workday.
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Why the Error Code P-DEV320 Occurs:
Error code P-DEV320 is one of the hundreds of errors that can pop up. At the same time, streaming shows or movies on Hulu occurs on any device capable of running the Hulu app, be it an iPhone, Android, or any browser (Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.). Some of the prominent causes of this error are:
- Outdated Hulu App
- Network connection issue
- A bug at Hulu’s Servers
Fixes to the Hulu Error Code P-DEV320
Being a standard error code, there is no need to worry. Anyone can solve this error with this easy troubleshooting route given below.
- Check for Network Outage in your region. You can check it either on Hulu Support’s Twitter account or here.
- If Hulu’s Servers are down, you will have to wait for an update until the issue is resolved and services are returned to normal.
- If there is no recent tweet and the down detector shows something like this and will fix Error Code P-DEV320 move on to the next fix.
- Try using other streaming services apps on the same device facing the P-DEV320 error. If they are also not working, you need to fix the internet connection on that device.
- Try using Hulu via a different internet connection, switch from Wi-Fi to hotspot from your mobile, or vice-versa. If Hulu works on one connection, you need to resolve the network connection by restarting it or talking to your carrier.
- Check the internet connection speed here. Any speed above 25 Mbps will allow you to stream 4K videos easily, so if your speed is any less than 25 Mbps, you need to talk to your carrier and ask him to bump up your internet connection speed.
- Restart your Wi-Fi router. The easiest way you can do this is by turning off the power to the router, waiting for 5 minutes, and then switching on the button. This will resolve Error Code P-DEV320 and also issues of network connectivity on your end.
- If you have more than one device, try logging into Hulu on that device and check if it works. For example, if you were using an iPhone app, you can try it on the browser of your Mac/Laptop/PC or maybe on your PlayStation/Xbox/Nintendo Switch app.
- If Hulu is working fine on your other device, you need to update the app and check your internet connectivity.
- For Internet Connectivity, try restarting your device and reconnecting the Wi-Fi.
- It is an outdated app. Visit the Store on the respective device to update the app.
- You can check your app version here and can verify if the bug you are facing has been rectified at their end.
- If your app is up to date, log out from your Hulu account using the following steps:
- Click on the Account icon from the global navigation bar.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Log out.
- You will be asked if you’re sure, click on Log out of Hulu.
- Now restart your device.
- Once restarted, open the Hulu app and log in with your credentials.
- If you are still facing Error Code P-DEV320, it is time you clear the Hulu app cache and local data to fix the problem.
- On Android: Open Settings > Apps > See all apps > Hulu>Storage Usage > clear Cache>clear Data.
- On iOS: Open Settings > General > iPhone Storage > Hulu> Delete App. Now head over to the App Store and reinstall the app.
- On Fire TV: Open Settings > open Applications > Manage Installed Applications > Hulu > Clear cache > Clear data.
Hopefully, this article will help you to resolve Error Code P-DEV320. We are sure by this time; you will be able to resolve the error you were facing. Suppose you are still unable to access Hulu after trying to troubleshoot using the above steps. In that case, it’s time you contact Hulu Customer Support via Twitter and tagging @hulu_support on your tweet or by contacting them here.