There are a few reasons why the Netflix error code f7111-1931-404 may pop up when you try to load the Netflix app. One reason is that your device may not be compatible with the app. Another reason may be that your device's firmware is out of date and needs to be updated. Additionally, this error may also occur if there is a problem with your device's security settings.
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1. Check your internet connection and try again
- Go to "Settings" on your device
- Select "Network and Internet"
- Select "Test your network connection"
- Enter the "ip address" of the device you're using to access the internet
- Enter the "port" of the device you're using to access the internet
- Click "Test"
- If there are no errors, the test should return a "Success" message. If there are errors, they will be listed in the message.
- Click "Fix problem"
- Select the "Activate now" option if you want to have the changes applied immediately. Otherwise, you can click "Save changes" and then "Activate later"
- Click "Apply"
- If the changes do not fix the error, please contact customer service for assistance.
2. Try again later
- Navigate to the Netflix website and try to sign in.
- If you are unable to sign in, try to clear your browser cache and cookies.
- If you are still experiencing problems, try to reset your Netflix account by visiting netflix.com/reset and following the instructions.
3. If you're using a VPN or proxy, disable it and try again
- If you're using a VPN or proxy, disable it.
- Try to connect to netflix again.
- If the problem persists, try to clear your browser cache and cookies.
- If the problem persists, try to reset your router.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Contact Netflix Customer Service.