Netflix is a streaming service for movies and TV shows. It has a library of movies and TV shows to choose from. You can watch shows and movies with or without ads.
It also has a feature called “Netflix Originals” which are movies and TV shows made by Netflix. But not everything is perfect. Some users have encountered errors while watching Netflix movies.
Some common Netflix errors are S7361-1253, S7363-1260-FFFFD1C1, and S7363-1260-00002E3F. The Netflix error S7363-1260-00002E3F is the most frequent error on the Safari browser.
What is Netflix error S7363-1260-00002E3F?
The error S7363-1260-00002E3F is related to your Mac computer. The error occurs due to information stored on your browser that needs to be refreshed. Whenever you open any website, it will save some cookies or cache files or download files on your browser so that you will get a faster response time later. But these cookies and cache files will cause this S7363-1260-00002E3F error.
Other related errors are:
- Whoops. something went wrong…
- Unexpected error
- There was an unexpected error. Please reload the page and try again.
Reason for S7363-1260-00002E3F Netflix Error:
As mentioned, the main reason could be a corrupted cache or cookie files on your safari browser. You can face the same issue on another browser, too, but there are very few chances.
Here are some common
- Faulty Safari plug-ins or add-ons
- Ad blockers
- Strict security settings
- Browser hijackers or malware – A browser hijacker is another potential cause for this error. Using an anti-malware application to remove the hijacker should also solve the problem.
These are the most common reasons for the S7363-1260-00002E3F error code on Netflix.
Related Error Codes on Netflix:
Ways to fix the error on Windows 11
1. Restart your Mac
If you’re getting this error message, you may be experiencing issues with the Digital Rights Management (DRM) system. To resolve this error, try restarting your computer or shutting down any other apps you may be running. This should automatically reset the data on your computer, and then you should be able to launch Netflix again.
Whenever you see this error, close all apps and restart your Mac. A simple Mac restart can fix many normal issues like crashes, memory issues, and streaming issues.
Step 1: Open the Apple menu and then click on the Shut down option. Your Mac will shut down, and once done, press the power button again to turn on your Mac.
Step 2: Now open your browser and again try to watch your favorite show on Netflix.
2. Close all media players
If you face the S7363-1260-00002E3F error again, then the reason can be different. If you are using iTunes and other media player apps on your Mac with Netflix streaming, you may face this issue. These iTunes and Media apps are using too much RAM and PC resources. This can cause several Netflix issues.
What you can do?
- Try to close all media apps and video players which are open in the background.
- If you are using Safari browser, then force close Safari and restart it.
Sometimes, 3rd party video players can also cause this error. This will cause Netflix to think that your video is being sent somewhere else instead of to your computer, and it will refuse to play it back.
You can also try uninstalling the video player from your computer. If this does not solve the problem, try using another browser. If all else fails, you may need to uninstall the media player.
3. Use another Browser for Netflix Streaming
If you are still facing the Netflix error code on your Safari browser, try using a different browser like Firefox or Opera. Sometimes due to corrupted cookies, you will face issues with Safari. You can fix the issue and start watching your movie if you try a new browser.
The new browser can fix session and login-related issues.
Also, Read: Top 9 Best Browsers for Mac
4. Logout and Login to your Netflix account
Another way to fix the S7363-1260-00002E3F error on Netflix is to log out and log in again. This will clear the current session and fix all streaming-related issues on the Mac Safari browser.
Step 1: On your Netflix, click on sign out.
Step 2: Then force close your browser.
Step 3: Open your Safari Browser again and then login into your Netflix Account again.
5. Delete Netflix Website Data
As we mentioned, Netflix saves cookies and cache data to load the streaming content faster. You can remove these cookies and cache data to fix major issues with Netflix.
Step 1: Open Safari and click on the Safari Menu.
Step 2: Go to Preferences > Privacy.
Step 3: Click Details or Manage Website Data.
Step 4: Find Netflix and click the Remove button > Remove now.
Step 5: Once removed, force quit Safari browser by going to the Apple menu > Force Quit.
6. Remove Browser’s Caches.
Another possibility is that your internet cache is too large and corrupted. You may need to clear the cache to watch Netflix. Alternatively, you can try to watch Netflix on other browsers or platforms, such as game consoles.
You can easily remove your Safari Browser cache. Here are the steps:
Step 1: Open Safari Browser and click on the Show Develop option in the menu. And if you don’t see the Develop option in Menu bar, go to Settings > Advanced and then enable it.
Step 2: Click on the Develop tab and click on Empty Caches again.
Step 3: Relaunch Safari and then try to access your Netflix movie. See if you are still facing the same error code or not.
Most of the users have fixed this issue using this method.
7. Turn Off VPN
If you are using a VPN app to use Netflix on your computer, you have to turn off your VPN. Sometimes VPN can cause such error codes while watching movies on Netflix.
Finally, you should check whether your ISP is blocking the Netflix service. If so, you can try restarting your computer and using the VPN to view the content.
If the problem persists, you can also try refreshing your DNS. If all of these options fail, try using another device.
In some cases, Netflix Error Code: S7363 occurs as a result of outdated settings or contaminated system settings. Depending on the cause, the problem may be related to your operating system, your internet connection, or your browser’s settings.