Xbox App Error 0x406

Xbox App Error 0x406

Xbox App Error 0x406


The Xbox App Error 0x406 in the Xbox application indicates that there is an error with embedded applications, because of which you can not connect to the Xbox application. You will also receive an error message stating that we are unable to log in at this time. It is also possible that the same problem is encountered with error code 0x406. You will experience this problem when you try to connect to the Xbox application on Windows 10. You will not be able to log in and the login window will likely disappear after a second or two. This problem has appeared for many users, and it is actually a thorny problem, because many people really need their Xbox application under Windows 10 to work. This has caused a lot of frustration and anger among Microsoft users.

Xbox App Error 0x406

Methods to Fix Xbox App Error 0x406

Method 1: Restart your computer

As with many Windows user problems, a simple reboot can solve a lot of problems, from corrupted temporary files to unsupported drivers and software, which causes other problems like this. Just right-click the Start menu and choose Restart from the Shut Down or Disconnect menu. Wait for your device to restart and see if that resolves the problem. This is the easiest way to solve it, but if it does not work, go to the second method.

Method 2: Check for any missing built-in apps

Windows 10 has been released as a package because it contains many built-in applications with all kinds of features. However, some of these built-in applications, such as the Xbox application, depend on other applications. If they are missing, they will not work. Fortunately, there is a simple way to make sure you have all the necessary applications. Make sure you make no mistake with the commands below. The safest way would be to copy and paste them into the Powershell.(use right-click, then paste, because the Ctrl + V combination doesn’t work here).

  1. Press the Windows key on your keyboard, and type in Right-click the result and choose Run as administrator.
  2. Type in the following commands, and press Enter on your keyboard to execute them:

Get-AppxPackage *windowsstore* | Remove-AppxPackage

Get-AppxPackage *xboxapp* | Remove-AppxPackage

  1. After the commands are done, you should restart your device.
  2. Once you’ve restarted, open an administrator Powershell again, as described in step 1.
  3. Type in the following command, and again, press Enter to execute it:

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers| Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

  1. The command will install any missing built-in apps that you might’ve uninstalled, be it intentionally or by accident, and fix the issue with the Xbox app.

This is one of the situations where it is an error on the part of Microsoft. Some users reported that an update for both Windows 10 and the Xbox application corrects the problem. However, everyone’s problem is not solved and if you are one of those who are still struggling with this problem, use the methods above to solve it.