Steps To Fix Netflix Not Working and Buffering problem. Resolve Issue For PS4, Xbox One, Android, PC, Roku TV.
If you’re struggling with your Netflix it’s all buffering chance. Well, and then this is the happy day for you because we probably have the solution for you. And it’s actually fairly simple. So on your gaming console your bluray player your phone, your computer, whatever you have to find the internet settings, and you will have to find the DNS settings so DNS is basically do around that your internet will take to actually contact the websites that you visit.
Using that DNS code. We’re actually redirecting your internet via Google sort of showed up means that it’s in most cases works faster works more stable, and basically works better, which means that Netflix will have less buffering will have less shiftiness, and you will have a better life. So, you have to enter this DNS code is 126.96.36.199. It’s four times eight, and then it is 188.8.131.52, and that’s it. The rest of the sentence you just leave the same you just leave them as they are. And then you have to test your connection and everything still flicks, you go into your Netflix settings there to are actually notes. Adapt you have a DNS installed. And that’s basically a confirmation that everything is working and it should be a lot better now using a DNS. Also, if you’re on a gaming console or face will be more stable your online games, and generally your internet connection, more stable using this DNS code.
If your Netflix is still buffering and is still shit. Well, it’s probably just your internet is you’re probably just your download speed and you should go and fix your internet, right now, and there’s no DNS code which will be able to help that. If it will not work for contact third party Netflix support team.