Tachiyomi is a free to use and open-source app for Manga readers. There are a lot of sources to read Manga titles on the internet, but Tachiyomi brings all of them to one place. The range of options is extensive with titles coming through Kissmanga, Mangafox, and Mangahere. So there’s no question about the variety available. A search tool is also available for users to find their favourite titles.
Tachiyomi provides a certain level of customisation for the user experience too. Users can set their pages to fit the whole screen, set the pages to turn when the user taps, change the background colour and more. Users also have the feature to easily erase their cache from the settings bar. Tachiyomi allows users to download extensions to further increase their Manga library. Manga readers can read these online or offline and extensions can be downloaded just like a normal app.
While using their favourite Manga reader, users are sometimes facing error codes such as 500,403,404 and 429. Today, we are going to give you a solution for all these error codes.
Follow the steps below the solve these issues –
Error Code 403
1. HTTP Error code 403 usually appears when either the source’s server is down or your IP address has been banned. Check Webview in this case.
2. This error can also appear when the source is protected by CloudFlare. For this, open WebView and search for the source you want to access. Beisde its name will be the WebView icon, click on it and complete the CAPTCHA. Now return back to your page. The error will be fixed.
Error Code 404
This error code usually appears when the Source’s server is down or the source has removed the Manga. You should check WebView to confirm this.
Error Code 429
This error code appears when you have made too many requests to the server. The server temporarily bans your IP. To solve this, migrate some part of your Manga to another source or reduce the number of requests.
Error Code 500
This is an error code representing that the source has server issues. This error will automatically disappear when the source’s server starts to function again properly.
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