Fix Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0 Xbox, PS4 & PS5

Not sure how to fix Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0 on Xbox, PS4 or PS5? You’ve come to the right place! Over the last few days, many players have been reporting the 77b8c8a0 error in the Twitch app on their consoles, be it Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, or PlayStation 5. If you’re suffering from this Twitch issue with the “We’re sorry, something unexpected happened” message, here’s how you can fix it.

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Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0 Xbox, PS4 & PS5 Fix
Error 77b8c8a0 Twitch Fix

How to Fix Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0 Xbox, PS4 & PS5

Before exploring potential solutions, let’s first understand why this error occurs. In a vast majority of situations, the most likely case for Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0 to appear is due to Twitch having an outage. Thus, if Twitch servers are down, there’s not much you can do. In that case, the best course of action is simply to wait for them to bring the servers up again. Hence, the very first action you’ll take is to check the Twitch server status. If the servers are not down, then you should perform a few troubleshooting steps.

The very first thing you need to do is check if your console’s internet connection is stable, fast, and working correctly. If possible, always use an Ethernet cable instead of a WiFi network. The next step is to clear your console cache by power cycling it. Here’s how to do it:

  • Completely turn off your console. It must be turned off, not in standby or rest modes.
  • When turned off, unplug the power cord from the console and the electrical outlet.
  • Leave it like that for around ~60-120 seconds.
  • Plug the cable back into the console/socket and turn it on.
  • The console’s cache should now be cleared entirely.

Test the Twitch app and see if you still receive Twitch Error Code 77b8c8a0. If this doesn’t help, try completely reinstalling the Twitch app from your console. Oftentimes a fresh installation might resolve any potential conflicts or issues with corrupted app files. Uninstall the Twitch app, repeat the “clear console cache” process, and then download and install the Twitch app again. With that said, our guide is completed.

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