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How to Fix “https aka ms remoteconnect” Error

Steps to put an end to the Https aka ms remote connect issue on your Gaming console.

If you are fond of playing Minecraft, then https://aka.ms/remoteconnect is one of the basic issues that you may face on the game. It will occur while logging in for the first time or using the same account on various consoles. This login issue occurs to verify your device and the game data. There are also several other reasons for this error. So let’s see in detail and the solution to fix this https aka ms remoteconnect error.

Https aka ms remote connect

What is https://aka.ms/remoteconnect

Https aka ms remoteconnect is a commonly faced error on Minecraft PS4 Bedrock Edition. It doesn’t mean the other editions are fine, but Minecraft Bedrock has more errors than other editions. Also, some Minecraft players may face this bug for the first time while login into their device, which is so annoying and spoils the mood of playing the game.

The most common reason for this error are

  • Change of device/console
  • Error in Game data
  • Antivirus or firewall
  • Microsoft account

Change of device/console

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Minecraft is available on almost all gaming devices like PC, Xbox, PS, Nintendo, etc. With a single login, you can cross-play Minecraft on any of the available devices. Because of that, it causes some errors while singing in, and sometimes it may even affect your game data that leads to a losing streak in your game.

Error in Game data

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Before closing or exiting the game, make sure to save the game data. It may take some seconds to save the data completely on your device/console. If you close the device while saving the data, it may result in some error on your data that affects you while logging in for the next time.

Antivirus or Firewall

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Sometimes the Antivirus or Firewall installed on the device may cause this error by not allowing you to access the Microsoft server. So try logging in after turning off any Antivirus and Firewall in your system and check whether the issue is resolved or not.

Microsoft Account

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Using a Microsoft account is also one of the reasons for this error. Many users may experience this error while signing up with the Microsoft account. The percentage of facing this error while using other gaming accounts are very minimal.

How to Fix https://aka.ms/remoteconnect

[1] Download and install the Minecraft edition on your PS/Xbox/Nintendo Switch console.

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[2] Launch the Minecraft and click on Sign in with a Microsoft account.

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[3] Make a note of the code that appears on your console.

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[4] Now, open any web browser on your PC and go to https://aka.ms/remoteconnect.

[5] Enter the code and click on Next to proceed further.

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[6] Login with your Microsoft account or create an new one.

[7] Once the code is verified, the game will be load on your console, and then start playing.

How to Delete Corrupt and Unwanted Game Data on Minecraft

As said earlier, corrupt data can also be a reason for causing this remoteconnect issue. So, delete the unwanted and corrupt data file periodically from your Minecraft storage.

[1] Launch Minecraft game on your console.

[2] Go to Settings and choose System settings from the menu.

[3] Choose Storage options.

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[4] Now, you can view and access all your Minecraft game data under Game Storage.

[5] Click on the Delete icon to remove all files or the corrupted & unwanted game data from the Minecraft storage.

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We believe this article will give you a clear insight into the issue that you are facing on the Minecraft game. Hope you have fixed that error. Still, have any issues with Minecraft? Mention them below. Follow our Facebook and Twitter handles to get instant updates.

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