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Posted 7/6/15
My account logs out randomly after I watch a few videos/episodes.
Let me give an example: I watch 3 episodes of an anime (let's call it Fighters), when I watch 3 episodes of Fighters and I click on the fourth video my account logs out, this isn't really frustrating except when it happens on age restricted series. It happened two times to me where I watch one episode and it logged me out, this happened on the next episode too so I had to log in for every episode and it was an age restricted series.

Is there any solution for this? Thank you in advance.
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Posted 7/7/15 , edited 7/7/15
What browser and device are u using? And have u tried using a different browser? Also, is your browser set to remember its history, specifically the cookies?
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Well, I used Chrome, switched to Firefox, still happening and after that I switched to Chrome again. It happens with both.
It does remember history and cookies, but it still happens.
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Posted 7/9/15 , edited 7/9/15

RoastyMcToasty wrote: Well, I used Chrome, switched to Firefox, still happening and after that I switched to Chrome again. It happens with both.
It does remember history and cookies, but it still happens.
I suspect then it's related in a way to your Internet Connection. Perhaps something changed in your router settings, or maybe if you have some kind of Internet Security/Firewall software running in the background (you can try temporarily disabling it to see if that's the culprit).
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Posted 7/10/15

suikojay wrote:


RoastyMcToasty wrote: Well, I used Chrome, switched to Firefox, still happening and after that I switched to Chrome again. It happens with both.
It does remember history and cookies, but it still happens.
I suspect then it's related in a way to your Internet Connection. Perhaps something changed in your router settings, or maybe if you have some kind of Internet Security/Firewall software running in the background (you can try temporarily disabling it to see if that's the culprit).


It doesn't happen anymore now, very strange, I'll try to recreate it and report if I find something.
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