How To Fix Samsung TV Error Code 202 “iSP blocking service”?

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How To Fix Samsung TV Error Code 202 “iSP blocking service”?

Samsung TV error code 202 is a wifi-related issue, and it prevents your smart TV ISP features.

If you are getting this error code then try the troubleshoots listed in this article to fix the Samsung TV Error Code 202.


How To Fix Samsung TV Error Code 202 “ISP blocking service”?


Fix 1: Power Cycle Your Samsung TV

  • Power off your Samsung TV.
  • Unplug your Samsung TV power cable from the wall outlet.
  • Wait for around 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Plug in the Samsung TV power cable back to the wall outlet.
  • Wait till the Samsung TV fully starts.
  • Now check if the issue has been resolved.

Fix 2: Set Up DNS on Samsung Tv

It’s possible that you may be getting the error because of the DNS. So check and make changes to your DNS settings.

  • Carry your Samsung TV remote.
  • Tap the Home button.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Network.
  • Tap Network Status.
  • Tap IP Settings.
  • Tap Enter Manually.
  • Now under the DNS server address enter 8.8.8.8.
  • Then Save the Settings.
  • Now check if the error has been resolved.

Fix 3: Update Samsung TV Firmware

The error code can also occur if you are using an outdated version of the Samsung TV. So go to your Samsung TV settings and check if you have any pending updates. 

  • Carry your Samsung TV remote.
  • Tap the Home button.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Support.
  • Tap Software Update.
  • Now check if you have any pending firmware updated. If yes then please consider updating it by following the on-screen options.

Fix 4: Use This Hack

One user in an online thread mentioned this hack which fixes the issue for him. So you can also try this.

  • Unplug your Modem power cable and let it power off.
  • Unplug your wifi Router power cable and let it power off.
  • Unplug your TV power cable and, let it power off.
  • Wait for around 1 to 2 minutes.
  • After that plug in the Modem power cable and power it on.
  • Then plug in the wifi Router power cable and power it on.
  • Then at last plug in the TV power cable and let it power up.
  • Once each of these devices is completely powered on, check if the error has been resolved.

Fix 5: Check Settings Under Device Manager screen

This solution was also suggested by a user in the online community. He mentioned that these steps helped him fix the issue.

  • Go to the Device Manager screen under your Smart TV settings.
  • Now delete the apps which you never use.
  • Then clean running Apps.
  • Then clean cached memory.

Fix 6: Contact Samsung TV Support

If you have tried everything listed above but still struggling with the error code then try contacting the Samsung TV support team, and report the issue.

Meanwhile, you can use a LAN cable to access the internet on your Smart TV.


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Rahul Choudhary

A Digital Marketer by profession and a passionate traveller. Technology has been always my first interest, so I consistently look for new updates in tech to explore, and also has expertise in WordPress.