How to Solve Netflix UI-800-3 Error Code

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

The Netflix UI-800-3 error code is an error code that appears typically while something went wrong with the Netflix data that the app saves on your device. The code might appear due to the outdated or corrupted data cache, or the app may also have some problems with its core coding. In order to fix the error, one might try various solutions as there is no one accountable cause of the error. The article will take you through the different methods that are tested already on others and found truly effective. Let’s get started and fix the Netflix UI-800-3 error message.

Netflix UI-800-3 Error Code

Ways to Solve the Netflix UI-800-3 Error Code

Rebooting the Device

For some users, the problem automatically disappeared when they did power cycled their device. This includes entirely turning off the equipment and if practicable, removing the main power source or cord for a while. Once you have disconnected the main power cord from your device that is showing the Netflix UI-800-3 error code, just plug the cord back. After that, start the device again and see if the Netflix error still persists. See the following instructions while you perform this method:

  1. First of all, shut down the device.
  2. Now disconnect the streaming device from its power source as well as from your TV that shows you Netflix UI-800-3 error.
  3. Next, let it disconnected for a while.
  4. Connect the power cable back and also connect the streaming device to your TV.
  5. Now power on your TV and streaming device.
  6. Then run the Netflix app and see if the Netflix UI-800-3 error code still bothering.

Logging Out from Netflix Account

In this step, you are going to log out from your Netflix account completely, and then you will sign in back again to your account. This will refresh the account data, and that may also solve the Netflix UI-800-3 error code on your device. In some streaming media devices, there is no link to log out from the user account, and in such case, the user can easily reset the Netflix app configuration or the data. By resetting the app data, your Netflix app will become just like new, and your account will also be logged out by itself. Follow the steps listed below in order to logout from the Netflix account:

  1. Head to
  2. Then navigate to Sign out all devices.
  3. Press the Sign out option.
  4. Now once you are logged out, simply open the app in your streaming device and make sure to log in once more to refresh the app data.

Clear Netflix App Data and Cache

On FireTV Stick:

Now if the device does not support logging out feature then, see the following instructions.:

  1. Head to the home button of your FireTV remote.
  2. Head to the Applications option.
  3. Press on the Manage installed applications option.
  4. Head to the Netflix application.
  5. Navigate to Clear data.
  6. Press on Clear data.
  7. Make a click on Clear cache.
  8. Disconnect the Fire TV for a while or a minute.
  9. Connect the FireTV Stick.

On Roku:

  1. Tap the home key on your Roku remote.
  2. Hit the up arrow key.
  3. Tap on fast rewind key.
  4. Hit the fast forward key two times.
  5. The device will reboot.

Mathew Anderson is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Mathew has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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