Netflix queue not updating on xbox
As for the second issue where the console appears to be unresponsive to accessing the Guide, be assured that we are seeing some reports of this behavior not just with Netflix and are passing along console reports for investigation. There have been Netflix issues since day 0, it uses too much memory and resources even running in the background. As mentioned above, when Netflix decides it doesn’t want to closed I am able to call up the GUIDE, however the controls used to navigate the GUIDE do not register to the GUIDE - they control the dimmed out Netflix app in the background.If you continue to encounter this issue make sure and submit a report after rebooting the console so we can pass it along to investigate as well. Hey Chaser buddy, no idea if this will help at all--maybe just something to try--but... Thus, the only action, other than holding the Nexus button on the console itself or cord pulling to force restart is to long-press the remote’s Nexus, as mentioned above, which will bring up the shut down menu and either select TURN OFF CONSOLE or select REPORT A PROBLEM option that will load the Insider App in which cause I can force close Netflix via the GUIDE. CMJust a thought when i pay for Ultra HD i get 4 devices can watch Netflix and If you pay for HD you only get 2 devices to watch Netflix, now i dont know what you get in States or where ever your located but maybe it thinks you got too many devices utilizing App so it's having a boo boo trying to work, just a [email protected] u/Guru Kronos & u/SGTSADLER … u/Guru Kronos: My apologies for not responding to your post yesterday; had some IRL issues that occupied most of the day and didn't remember to follow up this morning until I received another notification this thread has been added to.It's my understanding that the 4 device limit refers to simultaneous usages of the service rather than the number of total registered devices.That's just an educated guess as I've had the same NF account forever and have accessed the service from several i Phone's, Xbox's and other PC's that if such was the case I would've needed to clear out old devices in lieu of the new long ago.If you want to get rid of everything you have watched so far and reset your Netflix back to its default settings, you need to delete your profile.Go to netflix.com/Edit Profiles, click the profile you want to reset, and click Delete Profile to confirm it.
Step 5: Get online and install the updates You can now restore your internet connection.
Netflix is using these personalized ratings to understand your tastes, so you might want to refine that list.
These ratings are just one part of the puzzle though.
If you watch a movie and stop it before the credits, it’ll show up in your “Continue Watching” list. Here, you will see a list of all the movies you have watched, listed from most recent to oldest. For TV shows, clicking the X next to an episode will remove that single episode.
You will also see a prompt that says, Remove Series?