If you are receiving the message “Too Many Devices In Use,” it could be because:
- You are trying to stream from more devices than allowed by your subscription
- You are trying to stream using TV devices (Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Hisense VIDAA, LG TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One) from more than one location
- You are streaming content from the same broadcaster on more devices than allowed by the programmer. If this is the case, simply choose another channel
To ensure you don’t receive this message unnecessarily, follow these steps:
- Check with others you may have shared your password with to ensure you’re not receiving this message because too many users are actively trying to stream Fubo using your login.
- Make sure you’ve signed out of and closed the fuboTV app on any devices you’re not currently streaming from. To sign out, from the menu, select Account or My Profile (or the current profile name), then select Sign Out.
- If you’ve been streaming on your phone or tablet, simply going to the home screen, locking the screen, or turning the screen off may not end the stream. Try closing the Fubo app from the Recent Apps menu on your device to ensure it is not actively using a stream.
- If you’re watching in your internet browser, check other browser tabs. If you have any other browser tabs open playing Fubo video, please close those as well.
- If you believe an unauthorized user has accessed your account, try changing your password. Click here for instructions on how to change your password.
- If you’ve tried these steps already, please get in touch with us using the buttons at the bottom of the page. Be sure to let us know what devices you’re streaming from when you encounter this error.