It’s really inconvenient when a buddy invites you to play Minecraft with him and you receive an error message when you try to join him and thanks to the rapid growth in people playing Minecraft, these sorts of errors are quite common these days so today we’ll show you how to fix your Xbox’s multiplayer error.
Here’s what you’ll need to do to solve the problem:
To begin, go to the Microsoft website on your computer and sign in to your account (should be the same account you use for Xbox)
- Go to account management after you’ve signed in to your account.
- If you’re under the age of 18, change your date of birth to 18 or older.
You should also check to see whether you’re part of a family group.
- You can easily verify it by going to the website’s menu bar and clicking on the family button.
- You’ll be sent to a new page, and if it says, “create a family group,” then you’re not in one.
- And if you’re a member of a family group, you may quit by clicking “leave the family group,” or you can simply ask the group’s head to kick you out.
After that, go to Your Info. page.
- Simply scroll down until you find My profile, which will display your Xbox profile, Click on it.
- You will be taken to a new page with two options: “customization” and “privacy setting” Click on the latter one.
- After that, make sure that every setting in the privacy section is set to “everyone” and if it isn’t, change it to “everyone” and then click “submit” at the bottom.
- Then select Allow for all settings in the Xbox 1/Windows 10 online safety menu and submit it.
You may now access Minecraft, and the multiplayer feature will be working. If it still doesn’t work, make sure you have an Xbox gold subscription since you won’t be able to play multiplayer games on Xbox without it.