If you get a message that says "Sorry, this video cannot be played", this means that either:
- Your device has an unstable connection. All you can do to resolve this is to make sure your connection is as stable as can be and try again.
- If the problem occurs even when you are on a stable WiFi connection, your device may be unable to decode the video. See if the problem is with more than just one video. If it's just one then you should contact us to tell us the specific video you had trouble with, as well as what Android device you are using, so we can look into it.
- If it's with all videos then we need to troubleshoot the app. On your device, clear your cache and delete the app data before uninstalling and reinstalling the Crunchyroll app. You need to do both steps before reinstalling.
- The last troubleshooting step has to do with connecting with our servers. Because the servers for various devices are all located in different parts of the country, sometimes it's a matter of pointing to the right DNS server. Changing your router's DNS should resolve this. You’ll find complete instructions on how to change your DNS by using OpenDNS.com's all-encompassing guide (https://store.opendns.com/setup). You should try this first, if in the USA and Europe. If this doesn't seem to help, you can try Google's Public DNS (https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns).
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