Hulu opens up a whole new world of video entertainment for its users. At less than half the price of a traditional cable TV subscription, you can watch 60+ news, sports and entertainment channels, with unrestricted access to Hulu’s on-demand streaming library.. However, the Hulu 400 Error can disrupt your streaming experience.
This Hulu error is often reported by users while streaming content on a mobile phone or other streaming device. Typically, the error references a problem with your account information that prevents Hulu from working. When the Hulu error 400 appears, you may see the following messages:
Many users look to Hulu support to fix the error, without knowing there are easier solutions.. Below are a couple of fixes you can try yourself to get back to streaming in no time..
As per Hulu’s recommendation, check your internet connection first if you run into the 400 error. Here are a few troubleshooting tips to try:
Power cycle your modem or router (whichever you use). Turn it off by unplugging it, wait for 60 seconds, and then plug it back in. If you’re using a mobile device to access Hulu, try moving closer to the Wi-Fi router and see if that fixes the error.
If you’re using Wi-Fi, try switching to a wired connection. Connect your device to the modem using an ethernet cable to see if the problem resolves itself.
Run a speedtest for your internet connection to make sure it meets Hulu’s requirements. Hulu requires a minimum 1.5 Mbps download speed for SD quality. For higher quality viewing, you need the following speeds;
Once you’ve ensured that your internet speed meets Hulu’s recommendations,try this next option.
Since the Hulu error 400 is due to a problem with account information, it often can be fixed by simply uninstalling and reinstalling the Hulu app.. Here is an extensive guide from Hulu to uninstall the app based on your device..
If the error still persists even after the newly installed Hulu app, try the following:
You can remove the problematic streaming device from your Hulu account to resolve the error. You can ask Hulu’s customer support to do this for you, but here are the instructions if you’d like to do this yourself.
After removing the device, delete the Hulu app as well. Reinstall the app, log-in, add your device in the Hulu account again, and start streaming.