How to Fix Netflix Error Code S7336 on Mac

Netflix error code s7336 is an error that can occur when trying to watch Netflix on a computer. This error code can be caused by a number of things, but the most common cause is an issue with the Netflix app or the computers browser. There are a few things that can be done to try and fix this error code, but if the problem persists, it may be necessary to contact Netflix customer support.

It usually means the video cable connecting your computer to your display is stopping Netflix from playing.

How to fix Netflix Error M7121-1331 on a Mac

Step 7: Sign out of Netflix.

Another thing you can try is to sign out of your Netflix account then sign back in after a while. This should be enough to refresh the data on your Netflix app and clear this issue. On your device, just tap or click on the account name located on the upper right corner of your Netflix home screen, then hit Sign Out. If you can’t sign out of Netflix using your device or you can’t access your account settings for some reason, go to the Netflix website using your browser. Navigate to your Netflix account page, then sign out of all your devices to force you to sign back in. This should sign you out of all the devices using your Netflix account. You need to sign back in on each device separately.

Step 5: Delete the Netflix IndexedDB files.

To delete the database files that Netflix stored on your Mac, follow the steps below:IndexedDB file

  • Exit Safari and launch Finder.
  • Hold the Option key, navigate to the Go menu and click on Library.
  • Open the Safari folder within the Library folder.
  • Locate and open the Databases folder.
  • Double-click on IndexedDB. Locate all the Netflix folders and delete them.
  • Then empty the Trash bin and launch Netflix again.
  • Check if you’re still getting the error S7336.
  • Step 8: Use a supported video cable.

    Aside from making sure that your monitor is HDCP compliant, all other devices involved in the connection must also comply with it, including the cable. Check if you’re using a supported video cable type. If you’re using a video cable adapter, both ends of the connection must also be a supported type.

    These are the HDCP supported cables for Mac:

  • HDMI, or HDMI Mini
  • USB-C, also known as Type C
  • Thunderbolt
  • DisplayPort, or DisplayPort Mini
  • If you’re still having a problem and your video connection is supported, or you’re not using an external display, continue to the steps below.

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