The latest error code to hit the streaming service Hulu is P-Dev320. The error occurs when there’s an issue with your connection to the Hulu app. Read on to see how to fix Hulu error code P-Dev320.
How do you fix Hulu error code P-Dev320?
There’s several ways to sort our Hulu error code P-Dev320. The easiest is to see whether the Hulu servers aren’t responding. If the entire streamer is down, then the homepage would be down. Hulu’s social accounts would also have mentioned a service error in the meantime, before a fix emerges.
If that doesn’t work, and the Hulu servers do appear to be working, then the next move is to check on other devices. If you can’t access Hulu on your laptop, for example, but it’s working on your smart TV, then it’s likely a problem with your device, rather than the service.
From there, it’s worth seeing if your device settings are preventing Hulu from working. It’s a good idea to clear your cookies on your browser, and to ensure any Hulu apps are totally up to date. Since the P-Dev320 bug mainly occurs when there’s an error communicating between the app and the Hulu servers, ensuring you’ve got the most recent software is crucial.
If the P-Dev320 error code is still appearing after these fixes, there are a few other avenues worth trying. First is to check your internet connection – it’s best to disconnect and reconnect, or to try Hulu on mobile data, to make sure there isn’t a problem with your broadband. At this point, it should be working. If not, then there are a couple of classic fixes worth trying – namely, restarting your Wi-Fi router, and turning your applicable devices on and off. At this point, error code P-Dev320 should no longer be a problem.