Error 0x803F7000 when you start a game or application on the Xbox console

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Some Xbox console gamers may experience the Error code 0x803F7000 when you try to start a game or app on your Xbox Series X | S or Xbox One console. In this article, we will provide the most suitable solutions that affected gamers can apply to successfully fix the error on their gaming device.

When you encounter this error, it indicates that the console was unable to verify the game or app license – typically occurs when you are not signed in to Xbox Live.

Error 0x803F7000 when you start a game or an application

If when you start a game or app on your Xbox console and receive the Error code 0x803F7000, you can try the solutions recommended below especially to fix the issue on your gaming device.

  1. Restart / restart your Xbox console
  2. Check the status of the Xbox server
  3. Sign in to Xbox Live with the account that purchased the game / app
  4. Set the Xbox console as Home Xbox
  5. Contact the game / app publisher

Let’s take a look at the description of the process involved regarding each of the solutions listed.

1]Restart / restart your Xbox console

You can start to troubleshoot the Error code 0x803F7000 when you start a game or app on your Xbox console by restarting and / or restarting your console and see if that helps correct the error.

AT restart your xbox, do the following:

  • Press and hold the Xbox button on the controller to launch the Power center.
  • When the options appear, select Restart the console.
  • To select Restart and wait for your console to finish rebooting.

If restarting didn’t help, then you can try a power cycle.

AT manually restart your Xbox console, do the following:

  • Press and hold the Xbox button on the front of the console for about 10 seconds to turn off your console.
  • Unplug your Xbox from the mains.
  • Wait at least 30-60 seconds.
  • When the time is up, plug your Xbox back into the power outlet.
  • Now press the Xbox button on the console or the Xbox button on your controller to turn your console back on.

If you don’t see the green startup animation when you restart the console, you can repeat these steps and make sure to hold the power button until the console turns off completely.

If after performing these tasks and the error is not fixed, you can try the next solution.

2]Check the status of the Xbox server

Check the status of the Xbox server

This error could be due to a transient issue on the Xbox side or if you are not signed in to Xbox Live. So you can wait a while and check the Xbox Live status at support.xbox.com, then try again if all services are up and running. However, if you’re signed in and the Xbox Live status is all green for all services, but the displayed error persists, you can try to troubleshoot any Xbox Live networking issues that might be triggering the error.

3]Log in to Xbox Live with the account that purchased the game / app

4]Set the Xbox console as Home Xbox

Set the Xbox console as Home Xbox

You may experience the problem if the Xbox Live service is down because Microsoft will not be able to verify your license for a digitally purchased game or app. In this case, you can resolve this issue by setting your Xbox console as your home Xbox. Remember, you can only designate one console as your home Xbox.

Proceed as follows:

  • Press the Xbox button to open the guide.
  • To select Profile & system > Settings > General.
  • To select Customization.
  • To select My Home Xbox.
  • Now according to the current state select Make this Xbox my home Where Delete this as my home Xbox to designate or remove, respectively, the console as your home Xbox.

If the problem is still not resolved, try the next solution.

5]Contact the game / application publisher

At this point, if nothing has worked so far and the error persists, you can contact the publisher of the game or app in question and see if all is well at their end. You can also contact Xbox Support and see what assistance they can provide to resolve the issue.

Similar article: Fix Xbox error code 0x80073CF0 on Xbox or Windows PC

How do I fix my Xbox restrictions?

You can set content restrictions by age on your Xbox console. Here’s how:

  • Press the Xbox button to open the guide.
  • Move towards Profile & system > Settings > Account > Family settings.
  • To select Manage family members.
  • Select the member whose settings you want to update.
  • Below Access to content, select the desired age restriction.

What age is Xbox Live for?

Xbox is required to seek parental permission to use Xbox Live if the date of birth on a Microsoft account indicates that someone is under 18.


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