Streaming error

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Description of the issue:
Hi guys , getting NetorkError_manifestLoadError

when streaming from website

error comes up all the time . it varies beween watching for 2 minutes and it occuring up to 1 hr and it occurs . Bit it happens atleast about 80% of the time

Version 1.46.144 Chromium: 108.0.5359.128 (Official Build) (64-bit)

Windows 10 laptop 22H2 (OS Build 19045.2364) :

**Its quite frustrating as when it happens its very hard to get it ti recoonnect . Clear all history does not seem to do the trick .However when running Privazer scan and clean it seems to fix it every time . I really like my cricket and this site is the best in terms of coverage that I have found yet . Would really be great if I could get around this error . I do have a screenshot of the error but am not finding where to attatch it here , however if anyone needs it i do have a copy saved **


I am on Windows 10 Version 22H2 (Build 19045.2364) desktop and Brave 1.46.144. I also had a manifestLoadError within minutes after playing a video. After I cleared everything except Passwords and other sign-in data for All time on the Advanced tab at brave://settings/clearBrowserData, closed and reopened Brave, the error cleared and I was able to play the video again. For some reason, just clearing the data did not remove the error, I had to close and reopen Brave before the error cleared.

So far, the error has not recurred. It’s been over 15 minutes. I will keep playing and let you know if I get the error again.



Update: I have gotten the error twice in the last 30 min. Now, just refreshing the page works. I am just playing the video in the background and not actually viewing the page.

I noticed that if I get a pause in the audio and go to the site, it looks like the page is “buffering” or “loading”. If I stay on the page, the video resumes. If I leave the page, I get the error. At that point I just have to refresh the page for the video to resume. Before I cleared browser history/cache, refresh did not work.

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