We have always seen Netflix to be that flawless media streaming service that guarantees us great content along with a great software. However, sometimes, even though rare, the service breaks down and fails to connect to the server. What you simply get is an apology message along with an error code. No further details about the error is given. Recently, Netflix users have experienced one such error with code U7121-1331-P7 For both Web Browser And its Windows 10 App.
When Netflix users experience this error, they get this message “Whoops, something went wrong, . We’re having trouble playing this title right now. Please try again later or try a different title.” hence, it is impossible to understand what went wrong. Here is a quick tip to fix this error.
If your account is having similar issue, you have to check certain things. First of all, make sure, you have enabled cookies in your browser. If not, then first enable cookies for you browser for your respective browsers. The problem has been found to occur mostly in incognito or private mode.
Try playing Netflix from browsers among the following Firefox, Edge, Safari, or Chrome. Ensure that default settings are enabled. Sometimes, priorities or security changes may fail the application to play.
Once, you have check all these, you might need to refresh cookies.Next, sign out of Netflix from the browser you are using, delete all cookies saved by it, and then sign in to Netflix again. That’s all!
For Netflix Windows 10 App
If the Netflix app for Windows 10 is showing this error, you must close the app and open it once again. This simple step should fix the bug. Sign back in to know if the bug has been fixed. If not, check if the application is opening. If the problem still persists, then sign out of the application and sign back in. Now try playing any media. If it shows error, sign out of and sign in again.Repaet the prcess 2-3 times and it invariably solves the issue.