Minecraft is a 3D sandbox game that gives immense freedom to its players. There is not any particular mission in the game to accomplish. This game revolves around a world that is composed of rough 3-D objects. In this world, a player has to find some materials by searching or mining and build things on their own. These materials are in a form of a cube and are known as blocks in the game.
This game is very enjoyable when played with your friends. But when it shows some kind of error, the whole enthusiasm of playing the game goes into vain. Minecraft is showing an unusual error called ‘pufferfish’ to its players. Here is everything you need to know about the error and how to solve it.
Error Code: Pufferfish How to fix it?
It is very annoying for the game fans when a world-famous game shows some error. The error named, ‘Pufferfish’ is not letting the fans to login into their Microsoft accounts.
The error says, “We could not sign you into your Microsoft Account. Access to Realms, Profiles, and your Marketplace items will be limited. Please try again later.” It tells the players to try again later but it does not help at all. So, what is the solution to this error?
There is a very simple solution to fix this error. Just follow these steps:
Go to your system settings, and head to Apps.
Now open Minecraft and select permissions.
Now activate or allow storage permissions.
Most probably, this solution will work in your systems or if you are playing on Amazon Kindle Fire tablet. You must also try allowing contact permission through settings.
I hope this article may have helped you to fix your errors.
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