Picture this, it’s been months that you have spent thinking of every single little thing that you could be doing wrong trying to watch your favorite episodes of Fisherman Is In Trouble, and the thing just refuses to let you watch anything at all.
And whenever you do try to connect, and the internet is fine, everything is fine, but the strange p-dev302 error code stares you right in the face as you finally get your Chinese takeout and sit down for a session.
Essentially, that right there is the Tesla Hulu error many like you have been facing for some time now.
So, let’s fix this! By the end of this read, we’ll get you right back into the seat of your Tesla watching your favorite movies and TV shows in no time.
The Tesla Hulu Error Codes – What Are They?
Well, not it, they. There are two distinct error codes that are tied to the Hulu app and your Tesla, p-dev313, and p-dev302. And they both are for different reasons. An error code is what you get when there are issues on the backend of your website (basically not on your side), hampering your experience.
Most websites have a series of error codes devised in correspondence with the error that they are supposed to be shown for.
The error codes we will be discussing are p-dev302 and p-dev313.
The p-dev302 error code has been terrorizing the Tesla community for a while, and why it appears is yet unknown. Also worrying is the fact that this error has been going on without a fix for the last 6 months. The only thing that is known is that Hulu is actively working to address this issue.
For the p-dev313, however, there is a reason. If you are using a VPN service to, say, watch geo-blocked content, Hulu is going to show up with p-dev313.
The Tesla Hulu Error Codes – How To Fix
The easier fix out of the two codes, for the p-dev313 error you can simply turn your VPN off and start enjoying your content again.
A little relief – there is a known fix for the p-dev302 Hulu error code, but the implementation and success rate of it is a little random, so the best way to know is by trial and error.
This fix was generously provided by Redditor u/F00Fighters. Here are the steps you need to follow –
- Open the Hulu app on your Tesla.
- Tap the top right corner of your screen where your user profile is.
- Tap on “Account”
- Scroll to the bottom, and click the link that says “Protect your account”
- Tap “Log out of all devices”
- Once you’re back to the default log-in screen, exit the app.
- Go to your main Tesla menu, and go to “Safety and Security”. Then tap “Power off”
- Now, let the car sit for about 5-6 mins. Do not do anything with the apps for the time being.
- Hit the brake, and let your car boot up
- Open Hulu on your Tesla. It should prompt you with QR and Activation codes.
- Open your phone, go to hulu.com/activate, and enter the activation code.
- Do not attempt to play any content. Follow shut down and boot-up steps listed above, again.
- Once you start your Tesla back up, open the Hulu app
- Tap a different show/movie that gave you the error code, and you should be able to play it
Although this is only a workaround that may not work 100% of the time, it should work on most Tesla devices.
As Hulu has said that they are working on a fix, there has been no new development for the same. But with this Tesla Hulu error already running for 6 months, we are running a bit short on patience.
Got a different error code? Here’s how to fix the p-dev308 and p-dev320 error codes in Hulu!