How to Fix Network Settings That Block Chat on Xbox One

Are you having trouble with your Xbox One network settings blocking your party chat? If so, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many Xbox One users have experienced this issue, but fortunately, there is a solution.

To fix this problem, follow the steps below:

1. Go to “Settings” and then “All Settings.”

2. Select “Account,” then “Privacy & Online Safety,” and then “Xbox Live Privacy.”

3. Click “View Details & Customize” and ensure that all settings say “Everybody” and “Allow.” You can keep your name as “Friends.”

4. Go back to the settings menu and select “Disc & Blu-ray.”

5. Navigate to “Persistent Storage” and click “Clear Persistent Storage.” Repeat this process three times.

6. Hold down the Xbox button on your console for 5-10 seconds. This will perform a hard reboot, similar to a PC.

7. Unplug your Xbox and wait 10 seconds before plugging it back in.

8. Allow your Xbox to connect to Xbox Live, which may take a bit of time.

9. Turn on your controller, and try to join a party to see if the issue has been resolved.

If these steps work for you, you should now be able to join a party chat without any issues. However, if this method doesn’t work, you may need to clear your net type.

Hopefully, this guide has helped you fix the problem with your network settings blocking your party chat. Remember, if you ever experience any other issues with your Xbox One, there are always solutions out there.