Do not panic! Here’s How to Overcome the 404 Not Found Error on Android and PC
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AdityaTekno.com – We as Internet users must have experienced the “error 404 not found” problem in Android or PC browsers when accessing a site, even though there is no problem with the Internet connection. And the error message 404 not found will usually appear when a problem occurs on a system.
You need to know, the 404 not found code used also has its own meaning. The first 4 that appears refers to an error from the user, such as entering the wrong link code and the server responding that there is something wrong with the user requests. As for the number 04 used after it indicates the absence or known as syntax error.
In addition to the 404 not found error message, there are actually other examples of error messages, including:
- 404 Error
- 404 Not Found
- Error 404
- The requested URL [URL] was not found on this server
- HTTP 404
- Error 404 Not Found
- 404 File or Directory Not Found
- HTTP 404 Not Found
- 404 Page Not Found
Well, to resolve the error message then you can use the methods below.
How to Solve Error 404 Not Found in PC Browser
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1. Press the Refresh or Reload button
The first way to solve the 404 not found error is to try pressing the F5 key or clicking the refresh or reload button, and or trying to access the URL from the address bar again.
The 404 not found error may appear for a number of reasons even if there is no real problem, so by refreshing the page you are referring to will usually appear again.
2. Check for Errors in URL
Often times the 404 not found error appears due to a typo in the URL. To solve problems like this, all you have to do is retype the URL. For example if you previously typed the URL:
https://iPadGuides.info an error occurs, then you can try typing a URL like this:
Also read: How to Solve Problems Occurring When Communicating with Google Servers
3. Search Pages in Search Engines
The next way is to try to find the error page/site/web in Google or Bing search or in other search engines. Because there is a possibility that the URL you are accessing is wrong and with the help of search engines like Google or Bing it will make it easier for you to find the page you want.
4. Clear Your Browser Cache and History
The next way is if you have an indication that the 404 not found message may only occur on your computer. For example, if you can reach URLs from your phone but not from your tablet, clearing the cache and history on your tablet’s browser might help solve the 404 not found error.
Also Read: Understanding Cache, Types and Functions
5. Change DNS Server on Your Computer
The next way to fix the 404 not found error is to change the DNS server on your computer. However, this method should only be used if the websites you are accessing all show a 404 not found error message, especially if the website is available to them on other networks. Because, sometimes the internet provider is different, the DNS server is also different.
6. Restart your WiFi or Router
The most powerful problem could be with the WiFi or Router you are using. Please do it restart if it is needed. You can restart Wifi if you are using a WiFi network. Problems like this are fairly simple but can also be quite useful.
Notes: If all the methods above have been done and still fail or the error message 404 not found appears, maybe the problem is not on your computer. But indeed the site is no longer active.
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How to Solve Error 404 Not Found in Android Browser
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For those of you Android users, of course messages like this are very disturbing, so you must immediately address them. If you find the Error code 404 not found on your Android phone, you can try to solve the problem by following the steps below.
- Open your Android phone and enter the menu Settings/Settings/Settings.
- Then select Wireless and Networks.
- Entered into Mobile Networks.
- If you are already logged into Mobile Networks, please log in to Access Point Names (APN) and select the appropriate APN for the provider you are using.
- Then search Proxy on the APN and empty the Proxy.
- Click Save APNs.
- Return to the main menu, and restart your HP.
Notes: If you have tried the above method but the 404 not found error message still appears, it is possible that the browser you are using has a problem. Currently, there are various browsers that you can use, such as Google Chrome, UC Browser, Mozilla, and others.
That’s how to solve the 404 Not Found Error on Android and PC Browsers. Hopefully useful and thanks for visiting. Greetings AdityaTekno.com