So, you were trying to watch your favorite show on Hulu, and suddenly out of nowhere, an error pops up. Do not panic! we got your back. In this article, we are going to show what you need to do if you are seeing Error Code: 95 on Hulu.
How to fix Hulu Error Code 95
To fix Error Code 95 on Hulu, follow the prescribed solutions:
- Powercycle your devices
- Check your Internet connection
- Clear cache and data
- Flush DNS, reset Winsock, and TCP/IP
Let us talk about them in detail.
1] Powercycle your devices
First up, try power cycling your device, this simple technique has done wonders for ages and should do the trick for you. Just power off the device you are streaming on, unplug it from the power source, plug it back in, power on the devices. Hopefully, this will do the trick for you.
2] Check your Internet connection
A slow Internet can also cause the error in question. You should check the speed of your Internet using an Internet speed tester. Also, use the same tool on all the devices connected to the same network. If you conclude that all the devices are facing low bandwidth, restart your router, and if the issue persists, contact your Internet Service Provider. In case, yours is the only device with slow Internet, check our guide to resolve slow Internet.
3] Clear cache and data
As mentioned earlier, one of the most common causes of this error code is corrupted cache and browsing data. But fortunately, they can be removed and we are going to show how. Check out our guide to remove cache and browsing data on Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera.
- Android device users just long-press on the app and go to App info, or go to Settings > Apps > Hulu. Then click Clear cache (setting may defer depending on the device that you are using).
- iOS users can not clear the cache, instead, they need to delete the app and then reinstall it.
- Xbox 360 users need to go to Guide > Settings > System Settings > Storage > Memory Unit > Games and Apps > Hulu > Delete and then click Yes to confirm
- Xbox One users should go to My Games > Apps > Hulu. Then, press the Menu button, More Options will appear. Click on Manage App, and then clear the Saved data.
Hopefully, it will do the job for you.
4] Flush DNS, Reset Winsock, and TCP/IP
You can also see the issue in question because of some glitch in the network protocol. Microsoft is aware of this, that is why they have ingrained tools to reset these protocols. Mind you, they are not going to do any harm to your system, nor will they remove any configuration that you have made. So, go ahead and open Command Prompt as an administrator. You can do that by the Run utility, just hit Win + R, type “cmd”, and hit Cltr + Shift + Enter, or search it out from the Start Menu. Click Ok when the UAC box appears.
netsh winsock reset
To Flush DNS
To reset TCP/IP
netsh int ip reset
After executing the commands, restart your system and check if the issue persists.
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What does Hulu Error 95 mean?
Error Code 95 will appear on your Hulu if there is a network-related issue on the streaming service end or at your end. It can also occur because of a corrupted cache or glitches. There are various reasons for the production of corrupted caches, but they can be fixed, and we are going to show how. Talking about glitches, the most obvious one is with your network, they can be caused by a corrupted cache or network protocols. These protocols can be reset using the command line interpreter and see how to resolve the issue.
How do I clear my Hulu cache?
The procedure to clear the Hulu cache is different for different platforms. For example, if you have Android smartphones or tablets, go to “Settings> Apps > Hulu > Storage > Clear Cache.” On Android TV, open Settings, then select Applications. Now, select Hulu and clear its cache. On Apple TV, the only way to clear the Hulu cache is to uninstall and reinstall the app. If you use Hulu on your computer browser, you just need to clear your browser cache.
Also Read: Fix Hulu keeps buffering or freezing on PC.