Are you one of them who are frustrated with the Terrarium TV not working Firestick issue? And want to learn how to resolve this permanently. Then read this post thoroughly to get complete knowledge about the causes and resolutions of Terrarium TV not working Firestick problem.
In this post, you will also learn other issues like No data found on Terrarium TV not loading links on Fire Stick, and Terrarium TV buffering and their resolution.
The Undoubtedly Terrarium TV app is one of the best apps for watching on-demand movies and Tv shows with Amazon Fire Stick. But it has been noticed that the user regarding Terrarium Tv not working has increased more nowadays.
So if you are one of them who currently face this type of issue, then keep reading this post.
If you are a new user then go to this guide to know how to install the Terrarium TV app for Fire Tv Stick.
There might be several reasons behind the issue may it cause due to the app or may with the internet. So there is not a single fix for this issue. So you have to check each and everything from scratch.
These are some of the proven steps suggested by experts which is most helpful for the users that face such kind of problem.
Check Your Internet Speed.
Mostly this type of issue generates especially the buffering issues when your internet connection is not working properly. For the Terrarium TV app, you will require at least 5 Mbps for normal streaming and 10Mbps for HD streaming.
So whenever you face any kind of buffering issue, you must check your internet speed. Many tools and services are available on the internet to check the speed of your network. Speedtest.net is one of the most recommended websites which is mostly used to test your internet speed.
If you are not getting the proper speed, then restart once your router and switch off all the devices which are on the same network to free up the bandwidth of the network.
If you still aren’t getting the proper speed, then consult with your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Maybe you have consumed your FUP limit or any outage is going in your area.
Also read Amazon Fire Stick No Signal, if your fire stick is not working properly or have internet-related issues.
Use The Recommended Servers:
When we use the Terrarium app, it provides various streaming links from various servers located worldwide. However, we have to always use the recommended servers like AmazonDrive, MF-Fast Server, DropBox-Fast Server, GoogleVideo, and AWS-FAstServer, etc.
These servers deliver your content at a very fast speed and prevent any kind of buffering issue while you watching your favorite show or movie.
You can make a note of these servers and try them; it worked for the 9 out of 10 users who were facing the buffering issues.
Always Use The Recommended Players.
One thing you will have noticed while installing Terrarium TV on your Fire TV Stick, that Terrarium please ask you to install a preferred media player as it does not have its own. It also notifies you to install “Yes Player”.
They also stated that they face very few issues with terrarium after they started using the Yes Player. So for better performance, we recommend you to use “Yes Player” as your default media player.
Clearing The Terrarium App Data
To sort the problem of Terrarium TV not working Firestick and buffering issue the next step is to clear the app data which is very beneficial to a greater extent.
When you clear the app data it will erase all the settings and restore it to default settings. But, as we know that there is no such type of any settings for Terrarium TV that need to be retained except choosing your default media player.
Not only the app data but for clearing the cache also refreshes the storage and is very helpful in resolving buffering issues.
Let’s See How To Clear the Cache And Data of the Terrarium App on FireStick.
- Firstly go to the home screen and tap on “Settings” from the top bar.
- Select “Applications”.
- Now at the bottom, tap on the “Managed Installed Applications”
- In “Managed Installed Applications”, tap on the Terrarium TV. Here you will see the data size and cache size.
- Tap on clear data
- On the next screen, again tap on the “Clear Data” and you were done.
Not only the buffering issue, but there is also one of the major issue which is very common and faced by the user most of the times i.e No data found or Terrarium TV not loading links on Firestick. For this issue, mainly three reasons are responsible for that.
The very first one is that there actually might be not any streaming links available for the movie or the show that you wish to watch.
The second reason might be an issue with the app itself due to which unable to fetch some links.
The third reason could be the issue from the server end. So the question is how to get rid of that.
It has well been said by the Fire Stick users and Terrarium Tips forum that by using VPN and doing some DNS modification helps in sorting this problem permanently.
Let’s see how to use A VPN to get rid out of the situation of No data found or Terrarium TV not loading links on Firestick
- In most cases, some of the content which is trying to access is restricted in your region or area. To get rid out of this problem you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service to hide the network.
- You can use any one of them for VPN services such as Rocket VPN, Thunder VPN, Hola Free App, Express VPN, etc.
- Install any one of the above given up and get rid out of the No data issue.
You Can Also Do DNS Modification:
- To do DNS settings, go to the settings and tap on the “Manage Network Settings”.
- Under the Manage Network Settings go to the “Show Advanced Option”.
- Choose IP settings and select Static.
- Fill the DNS 1 field with 220.127.116.11
- Now fill the DNS 2 field with 18.104.22.168
- Click on the “Save” and you’re done.
Likewise, other apps, the Terrarium TV app also require updating time to time. Updating app time to time sort your problem up to a greater extent like fixing the bugs, content, and add extra features.
Maybe the most recent version of the Terrarium is not fully compatible with your Fire TV stick due to its new framework or for some other reason. In that case, the best possible method to fix the problem is to reinstall the app after clearing the cache and app data.
You can follow the same steps for the same as stated above. And if even your problem still persists then you may contact Support for Fire TV Stick (unofficial) as there can be a technical bug with your Fire TV stick or maybe it faulty.
In case you encounter a black screen after updating your terrarium app, then you may go for Fire TV Stick Black Screen troubleshooting tips.
Last but not the least common error is the Terrarium Subtitles are with Fire Stick. Most of the time your face such type of problem in which subtitle is un-sync or unmatched when you are watching your favorite show or movie.
Sometimes different language subtitle or previous episode subtitles is running while you are watching your movie or TV show which is a very common issue. In order to get a proper solution to this problem, there is only one solution i.e selects MX Player as the default media player.
There is a technical reason behind this. And that reason is:
The MX player auto-sync the subtitles after downloading a subtitle file online. Whereas the terrarium tv fetches subtitles data online in real-time. That results in un-sync issues.
So if you want to get rid out of this problem permanently then you have to go for MX Player. Here is the complete process for the same:
- Install the MX player on your Fire Stick.
- Now go to the terrarium app and choose any movie or show to play.
- Tap on the streaming link.
- Now here instead of choosing other players, click the MX player.
- Once the MX player starts, tap on “menu”.
- Go to the subtitle option and tap “get subtitle online” and it will download and sync the subtitles for you.
Do You Still Have Any Query?
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