If you are able to play titles but cannot see your selected subtitles, or if your selected subtitles only display intermittently, you may be experiencing an issue with your device. Follow the troubleshooting steps for your device below to resolve the issue.
For Wi-Fi in places like a café, hotel, or school, ask if video services like Netflix are blocked.
Check if your connection is slower than our recommended speeds and contact your internet service provider if you need help.
Connections like mobile hotspots, cellular, or satellite networks might be too slow to use Netflix.
If you've changed the connection settings on your device, you'll need to change them back to default.
These settings could include:
Custom modem settings.
Virtual Private Network (VPN) or proxy service settings.
Custom DNS settings.
If you need help changing these settings, contact the device manufacturer.
Once you've reset these settings, try Netflix again.
To improve your Wi-Fi:
Move your router and your device closer to each other. If possible, put them in the same room.
Move your router away from other wireless devices and appliances.
Keep your router in an open space off the floor. Routers get better reception when on a desk or bookshelf.
Contact your internet service provider. They can tell you if your modem/router is set up and working correctly.
Turn off or unplug your smart TV.
Unplug your modem (and your wireless router, if it's a separate device) from power for 30 seconds.
Plug in your modem and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new indicator lights are blinking on.
Turn your smart TV back on and try Netflix again.