You are getting Netflix UI3010 error code due to outdated browser extensions or restrictions imposed by your Internet service provider. Various problems and errors in the browser you are using can also cause Netflix error messages. This is a very common problem, usually related to network issues rather than hardware issues.

Below are some common causes that cause the UI3010 error code, before moving on to solutions.

What causes the Netflix UI3010 error code?

How to resolve the Netflix UI3010 error code?

Clear your browser data

  1. Click the Action button (three dots) in the upper right corner.
  2. Navigate to History, then select History again.
  3. Select Delete Browser Data.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. Select All time for the time range.
  6. Select only cached images and files.
  7. Click Clear data and wait.

Reset network settings

  1. Make sure that the VPN/proxy is disabled.
  2. Press Windows + S to open the search box.
  3. Type Reset Network in the text box.
  4. As a result, select Reset Network or press Enter.
  5. Press Reset Now and confirm with the OK button.
  6. Restart your device.

Disable browser extensions

  1. Press the Action button and select Settings.
  2. In the left pane, select Extensions.
  3. Turn on the developer mode switch.
  4. Click Refresh to update all the extensions in the list.
  5. Click Remove to disable the extensions that you think are causing the problem.

Frequently Asked Questions

You are getting Netflix UI3010 error code due to outdated browser extensions or provider restrictions. Various problems and errors in the browser you are using can also cause Netflix error message. This is a very common problem that is usually related to network issues rather than hardware issues.

  1. Router conflicts.
  2. Network restrictions.
  3. Wi-Fi network problems.
  4. Bad cache in your browser.
  5. VPN or proxy network failure.
  6. Incompatible/outdated drivers.
  7. Damaged cookies and cache on Netflix.

  1. Click the Action button (three dots) in the upper right corner.
  2. Navigate to History, then select History again.
  3. Select Delete Browser Data.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. Select All time for the time range.
  6. Select only cached images and files.
  7. Click Delete Data and wait.