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2 y ago
@carltonmills745 wrote:Need help with error tvapp-00100 how do I resolve this
Apologies for the issue and the experience that you described above. I have asked a colleague to review your account and reach out to you so that we can get any underlying issues identified and resolved.
Thanks for your patience.
carltonmills745, appreciate you taking the time to alert us about the error on the Stream App. At what point do you get this error? During live TV Playback? On-demand playback? Recordings? Let me know so I can best assist!
At the start in the beginning
carltonmills745, OK so when you launch the app? Have you attempted to uninstall and reinstall the app? What device are you using when you get the error?
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Was this issue ever resolved? I'm getting this same error.
I'm currently on my laptop, using google chrome browser. Often I'm not able to watch the Recordings. And it wants to redirect me to the OnDemand. Obviously if I have it recorded on my DVR, I'd rather stream from that so that I can still skip through the commercials on my laptop. The biggest issue I have with it is, that currently I'm watching a recording that's 3hrs long, and I'm about 1hr into the show and this error keeps popping up. I'll close the error and "resume" the recording. It keeps saying that I can go watch it on demand, but if I switch to On Demand, then I'm not able to fast forward, and the fact that I'm 1hr into the show means that I will have to basically sit through 1hr of what I already watched, just to get to where I was. Obviously this is really inconvenient. At least if it's going to give me the option of watching it OnDemand, if it would mark my timestamp in the show and put me into that spot in the OnDemand, I wouldn't be losing an hour.
Any help with this would be appreciated.
1 y ago
THIS IS EASY: DEACTIVATE YOUR VPN. YOU DON'T NEEDED IT WHEN WATCHING XFINITY ANYWAY, BECAUSE THE CONNECTION IS SECURE. TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS.
4 m ago
I've been trying to stream video from Xfinity.com via an in-home wifi connection. Sometimes I can sign into the My Account home page first before I get the following error message when I click on the video streaming icon (the little TV icon):
Sorry, we've run into a problem.
The good news? We can take care of it right now. First, you'll need to sign out of your account.When you sign back in it'll be fixed. Ready?
Sometimes I don't even get that far, and get the same error message when I first try to sign in. Doing as the message says -- signing out and signing back in -- results in the same error message.
I've contacted Comcast Technical Support. The first guy tried some things then handed me up the ladder. The second person tried a few things, then she twice promised to call me back before the end of the day, but she did not do so.
-- Using a different browser. (Firefox, Chrome, and Edge all get the same error message.)
-- Closing the browser and reopening it.
-- Clearing the browser cache.
-- Rebooting the laptop.
-- Using a different in-home device to log on to the web site (not the mobile app).
-- Rebooting the modem.
-- Streaming from Netflix (successfully) to make sure that it wasn't some weird problem that was blocking all video streaming from all sources.
I've run out of things to restart. One user in this thread seems to think it's an "Out of home" error, but I'm trying to connect in-home (I've double-checked that I'm connecting to the home wifi) and I do not have a VPN.
I'm using a Lenovo T61p laptop running Windows 10 64-bit, the same device that I have previously used to stream video from the Comcast website on an almost daily basis for over a year (including yesterday).
It's disheartening that this problem is over a year old, yet there is no solution posted that has worked for me.
Hi, this sounds suspiciously like the problem I and another customer are having, but using Chrome or Safari on a Mac. Streaming works fine for me using WiFi at home on my ioS devices (iphone, iPad), and on my TV using X1 box, but fails using the browser software with the same "Sign out" TVAPP-00170 error you are seeing. The problem just started happening the other day.
See new posts under the topic "Error TVAPP-00170" dated 3/11/21 and later.