How To Fix Hulu Error Code P-EDU103?

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If you are using the Hulu app and have recently been prompted with the following Hulu Error Code P-EDU103. Then, you have definitely landed up in the right place for solutions to fix it. In the following article we shall look at both the causes as well as the possible solutions with the help of which you should be able to fix the issue, all by yourself and in no time. 

Now, whenever you see the following P-EDU103 Error show up on your Hulu screens. Then, chances are that this is happening as you are trying to stream content over Hulu on a non-residential network or on a mobile network.

If you are connected to a streaming device with Live TV, connected to a network which is non-residential or commercial in nature or simply connected to a personal mobile network. Then, such an error might occur more frequently than you would expect. 

There may of course be other reasons as well, causing the following error to occur. However, be it any reason, the solutions to fixing them all pretty much come around to the same few solutions as described in the following article here below:

Fixes For Hulu Error Code P-EDU103

Fix 1: Connect your device via an ethernet cable

The very first and foremost thing you can do to try and get rid of the following error would be to connect your device to your router or modem via an ethernet cable. 

This way even if you are trying to stream content over Hulu on a non-residential network, you should still be able to solve the error and stream content as usual.

Fix 2: Disable VPN

If you are using a VPN app or service of any kind on your network or devices. Then too, in such cases you might see the following error show up. 

Hence, it is best to disable such VPN apps or services over a network, before trying to connect your device to your home network and stream content online over Hulu. 

Fix 3: Update the Hulu app

Most often it has been seen that the major cause of any such errors similar to the P-EDU103 may occur if the app itself is outdated. 

If your Hulu app is outdated and not running properly on your device due to compatibility issues. Then, such an error occurring should not come to you as a surprise. 

Thus, it is very important that you make it a habit to keep your Hulu app up to date by updating it from time to time whenever required to avoid such errors from showing up every now and then. 

Depending on whichever platform you may be using the Hulu app, you may search up for the steps to update your Hulu app and do it accordingly on your respective devices and platforms.

Fix 4: Update the firmware

Similar to how an outdated Hulu app may lead to compatibility issues between the app and the device where you might be streaming, an outdated device firmware might also lead to such similar errors showing up.

Hence, it is very important that you update your respective system firmwares as well, like you would update your apps. This way both the firmware as well as the Hulu app would be up to date and be more compatible with each other as per the recent patches and updates.

Fix 5: Switch to a Static DNS

Switching to a static DNS has also been said to have worked for many users out there to solve the following error message. 

If you have a Dynamic DNS, then you can change it to a static one by going to your network settings as shown in the following article here. Or, can directly talk to your ISP provider and ask them to switch your connection to a static one instead of a dynamic one.

Fix 6: Contact Customer Support

If for some reason, you are unable to solve the following error by following the solutions as shown. Then, as a last resort you can try contacting Hulu’s Customer Support and query a solution that works for you.

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Rishikesh Hazarika is a tech enthusiast who is always curious to learn and absorb facts and data in the world of science and technology as well as tries to share his opinion. He has an M.Tech degree from North-Eastern Hill University, later he did a certificate course in Computer Hardware and Software, and a certificate course in Introduction to Architecting Smart IoT Devices