How to fix Xfinity Error – error ftde.xact.3321.1107296356


Conflicting browser extensions are primarily to blame for the error FTDE.XACT.3321.1107296356. However, problems in the browser used to stream Xfinity content can also cause problem in some situations. When a user tries to watch the Xfinity stream in a browser, he will see the FTDE error. The full error message is as follows:

We’re sorry for the inconvenience. Xfinity Stream is currently unavailable. Please return shortly. (Ftde.xact.3321.1107296356) Error

Error FTDE.XACT.3321.1107296356
Make sure your browser is up to date before getting into more technological solutions. Also, make sure that the Xfinity servers are operational. Try opening the Xfinity website on a mobile phone or tablet to rule out device compatibility difficulties.

Solution 1: Test the Beta Version
Browsers test features through many release channels before making them available to the broader public. Chrome, for example, has four release channels: stable, beta, development, and canary. As a result, if you are using a release channel other than Beta (i.e. Dev or Canary), you may see the Xfinity Stream issue. To test this, try using the beta version of your browser.

Install the beta or stable version of your browser, such as Chrome Beta.

Install Chrome Beta
Then, launch Chrome beta and visit the Xfinity website to ensure that everything is operating properly.
Solution 2: Turn off browser extensions/addons.
Browser extensions/add-ons provide additional capabilities to a browser. However, these extensions/addons can interfere with the normal operation of the Xfinity website, resulting in the FTDE issue, especially if you use an adblocking extension. Given the circumstances, disabling the browser’s extensions/addons may be sufficient to resolve the problem. We will go over the process for Chrome, but you may also follow the instructions for your browser.

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Launch Chrome and select the menu option (3 vertical dots near the top right corner).
Then, hover over More Tools and select Extensions from the sub-menu that appears.

Navigate to the Chrome Extensions menu.
Disable every extension in the Extensions menu.

Uninstall a Chrome Extension
Then, relaunch Chrome and see if the Xfinity website is working properly.
If this is the case, try enabling each extension one by one to identify the problematic extensions. Privacy Badger, AdBlock, and Ghosterly extensions have been blamed for the problem.
Solution 3: Use a Different Browser
A temporary bug in your browser could be causing the FTDE error. Browsers store temporary information in order to function properly. However, there are a few instances where the storage is corrupted or the installation files contain missing modules. It is possible to confirm this by using a different browser to access the Xfinity website.

Download and install a different browser (if already not installed).
Start the other browser.
Open the Xfinity website to see if everything is working properly.
If this is the case, you should wait for the bug in your primary browser to be fixed.
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