3 Easy Steps To Fix Google Chrome’s ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL ERROR

What’s the most annoying thing that you come across while searching something on your Chrome browser? Most of us sum up there answers with ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Chrome error for sure. It’s one among the common error that many users come across while they are trying to open any HTTPS web pages. Are you one amongst those users who want are done with this error and want to get rid of this? You reached to the right place. Here, you will come across 5 easy methods to get rid of Chrome error code “ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL ERROR”. We recommend you to go through each solution one-by-one to enjoy browsing without any error code.


Before going further, we want you to know about ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL ERROR in brief. While browsing on Chrome, in case you come across an error code message as shown below, then this is the case of Chrome’s ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL ERROR.

Why ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Error Code Appears on Your Screen?

Following are a few reason that made ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR appears on your screen while you are browsing on your Chrome.
  • Google Chrome Browser error
  • With Windows error problem
  • When Chrome disable spdy
  • When CloudFlare error issue arises
  • When Chrome failed to load resource error
So, here you will come across 3 simplest methods to fix ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Chrome Error Code issue within a few minutes. Let’s delve into details to know more.
How to Overcome from Google Chrome’s ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Code Problem
Method 1:
Flush Socket Pools from Google Chrome Browser
Steps To Be Followed…
  • Open Google Chrome browser and type chrome://net-internals in the address bar (as indicated 1 in above image)
  • Now, select Sockets option from the drop down list from left hand side of your screen (as indicated 2 in the above image)
  • Click on the Flush Socket Pools (as indicated 3 in the above image)
  • As soon as you are done with the process, close the tab.
That’s it. Flushing Sockets Pools from Google Chrome browser comes under the quickest and the simplest ways to get rid of ERR SPDY PROTOCOL ERROR from your PC browser.
Method 2 

Clear Your Browsing Cookies and Caches  

Steps To Be Followed…
  • Open Google Chrome’s History by clicking on the 3 vertical dots (Settings) located on the top right corner of your chrome window.
  • Now, click on the Clear Browsing Data option there
  • Tick mark the Cached and Cookies options as indicated 1 in the above image. Although, you may also tick mark other option, if you want to clear them too.
  • Now, select from the beginning option from the drop down list as indicated 2 in the above image.
  • Finally, click Clear Browsing Data (as indicated 3 in the above image) option in order to complete the process.
That’s it. Clearing your browsing history will help you to fix ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR completely.
Method 3:

Reinstall Google Chrome Browser

Steps To Be Followed…
  • Start from Start Menu and open your Control Panel.
  • Click Programs>> Programs and Features>> Uninstall or change a program option from there. (as indicated 1 in the above image)
  • Now, find Google Chrome (as indicated 2 in the above image) tab from the drop down list, and Uninstall (as indicated 3 in the above image) it by right clicking the tab.
  • Wait for a few minutes, as it will take some time to uninstall Google Chrome browser.
  • As soon as the process of Uninstallation finishes, reinstall your Google Chrome browser and close the tab.
That’s all. Hope these solutions will help you to get rid of ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Chrome error code issues. However, in case, you are still facing sort of issue, then feel free to share your issues with us. We are always available to fix your issues.