How To Fix Sign In Issue of Xbox App Error (0x409)0x80070002


Some user have reported about the Xbox Sign In issues, when they try to sign In, the windows display a message “we are unable to sign In at the moment”. Therefore, the users are unable to Sign In. In this tutorial, we will guide you through simple methods how to fix this issue. Just follow this article and you are good to go.

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If you are reading this article in order to fix Xbox Sign in issue, then you are in the right place. Here you will find the best solutions to fix this issue.

Follow the below methods carefully:


Tutorial On How To Fix Sign In Issue of Xbox App Error (0x409)0x80070002

Method # 1: Need To Reboot Your Computer

The First solution to every problem is restarting your computer. Most of the problem got fixed by restarting your computer. Therefore, before proceeding to further method, you need to restart your computer in order to fix this issue.

Methods # 2: Check The Services and enable it (If Disable Any)

Step 1: In windows start search, type the “services” and open the services.


Step 2: In services window, locate the Xbox options like “Xbox Live Auth Manager”, “Xbox Game Save” and “Xbox Live Networking”.

Step 3: Select each option one by one and then right click on it and select “properties” from the menu.

Step 4: When the properties window open, in general tab, make sure that the start-up type option is set to be “Automatic”. After that, click on “Start” button to start the services (If the services status is “stopped”).

Step 5: At last, click on “Apply” and then press “Ok” to make those changes.

Method # 3: How To Clear The Local Xbox Identity Data

Step 1: You need to open “File explorer”.

Step 2: When the file explorer open, in the address bar type the following command:


Step 3: When you reach the path by typing the above command and you see any account and cache folders available. Simply delete them.

Step 4: After deleting them, start the Xbox app again.

Method # 4: How To Check For Missing Built-In Apps

Step 1: Simply press windows+X buttons and then select the “Powershell (Admin)” option from the properties.

Step 2: Then type the following commands carefully and press enter after each to execute:

Get-AppxPackage *windowsstore* | Remove-AppxPackage

Get-AppxPackage *xboxapp* | Remove-AppxPackage

Step 3: After executing the above command, restart your computer.

Step 4: When your computer boots up again, open the “Powershell (Admin)” and type the following command:

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

Step 5: After typing and executing the above commands, it will install the missing built-In app, which is required for xbox app to work properly. This will fix the issue for you.

We have tried to help you out by sharing the above 4 methods. If you have any query, let us know in the comment section.

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