I recently bought a $99 Xbox Live subscription to try to get a hold of some games, and it didn’t work.
I was able to use it to play some games on the Xbox One and Xbox 360, but not a lot of games.
I’m not a gamer, and I wasn’t really looking for games.
After spending the weekend playing games online, I noticed that I wasn and still am missing games.
That’s when I started to wonder if my Xbox Live account was broken, and if it’s possible to get it back.
I’ve been looking into the issue since September, and so far, no official Microsoft response has been forthcoming.
I recently purchased a $98 Xbox Live service to try and get ahold of some game-related titles.
It didn’t go anywhere.
I had to get creative.
I started researching and found a couple of different solutions.
First, I went to the Xbox Support forums and posted my Xbox 360 account information.
This provided me with an Xbox 360 profile I could upload to my Microsoft account.
That gave me access to the services that I needed to get back into play.
I also created a Xbox Live profile for myself that I could use to log into the service.
Once I got my account, I tried logging in to the service with my Microsoft email address and the Xbox Live username and password.
That worked for me.
I did a few more tests, and then I discovered that if I used an Xbox Live email address on a PC that wasn’t running Microsoft Windows, the service would crash.
So I did the same thing on my Windows PC.
I found that the same issue was happening on my Xbox One.
It seemed that Xbox Live had an error message that said, “Your Xbox Live password has expired.”
I thought that was weird, but I figured if I had an Xbox One account, my password might have expired already.
When I got to my Windows console, I logged into the Xbox Store and added my account.
I checked the status of my account and the message said, “…this account was deleted from your account, and your account is currently disabled.”
So it was gone.
The only way to get my Xbox account back was to enter my Xbox username and Xbox password, which I did on my Microsoft Windows account.
Then I tried entering my Microsoft Xbox Live credentials on the console, but nothing happened.
After a few hours of digging around, I found a workaround.
I made sure that my Xbox service was turned off and rebooted.
The Xbox Store appeared, and after I entered my Microsoft credentials and verified my account credentials, I got back to playing games.
It’s been an amazing experience.
When the Xbox service went offline, my Xbox console became an Xbox Play Anywhere hub, so I could play games from my PC, my PC or my Xbox.
I haven’t found any official Microsoft Xbox 360 support, but if you want to help out, you can post a ticket here.
If you’re still stuck after trying to get your Xbox Live number back, you’ll want to check out the Microsoft Live Gold service.
That allows you to access the Xbox live service and use it for free.
I’ll be testing it out in the coming weeks and will update this article as more information becomes available.
Microsoft’s Xbox Live is the only Xbox service that is not on sale.
I can’t help but wonder if Microsoft’s policy is to limit free service to one-time purchases.
Is Microsoft trying to stop customers from using their Xbox Live accounts?
I’m sure they want to prevent people from using Xbox Live for any reason.
Microsoft says that free services will not be a permanent feature.
If I purchased Xbox Live services, it was to get access to Xbox Live features and features for one-off purchases.
For example, when I bought a Kinect, I could pay for an Xbox game and play it on my console, which would then be added to my account on the service and on my PC.
For my Xbox Play Anything experience, I can also pay to add the Xbox 360 controller to my Xbox to play games on my TV and use the Xbox app on my phone and tablet.
This is all for free, but Microsoft is giving Xbox Live players the option to use the service for a year to pay for a permanent account.
After that, you won’t be able to get in the Xbox Play service.
The company is currently testing whether to roll out free services for Xbox Live members for one year, and will share its plans once they’re finalized.
If Microsoft doesn’t roll out this feature, it could create a lot more confusion.
That being said, if Microsoft does roll out a free service, it might be a good idea to give it a try if you’re not happy with the service currently.