03-24-2015 4:12 PM
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03-25-2015 11:24 AM
Sorry to hear about the U-verse app issues on your Xbox One. Do you notice this error message come up when there are multiple TV receviers in the home watching TV? Could you try turning off any other receivers to see if that helps remove the error? Also, I try this link from Xbox and sign in using your Xbox Live ID to see if the app is in an "Up And Running" status?
03-27-2015 4:57 PM
Every receiver has been turned off and I still get a display message stating "You have exceeded the maimum number of allowed streams for your account. Please stop playback on your other devices, and try again." I have uninstalled the application reset my gaming console and still no difference. The app is up and running as well according to Xbox live's website. I am not sure how I am receiving this message when no other receivers or applications are accessing U-verse.
08-20-2015 5:59 PM
Did you ever find an answer to this. I too am experiencing this issue and the AT&T rep I spoke had no clue or any documentation on this app.
08-29-2015 8:07 PM
08-30-2015 12:32 PM
Flash1212 is exactly right!! Aweseome.
On the Xbox One
So the issue we are all probably having has more to do with using the Correct CREDENTIALS to sign in with:
Sign in with your "email@example.com" account and your password. This willl solve the too many stream message and the message that you need tobe connected to your att internet service.
Do Not sign in with the (single sign on) User ID that you set up to access all of your AT&T accounts on att.com.
NOTE: It may help to clear your history from the Xbox One Internet Explorer App as well.
Hope that clarifies what Flash1212 discovered when trying to use the XBox One Uverse App.
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