Gaming error codes have become a common occurrence nowadays, and the 0x80070032 error code on the Xbox app is one of them.
The Xbox is no stranger to error codes like 0x80a40026 or 0x80190193. Unfortunately, the Xbox app is no different. Regardless of whether you're using the console or the app on your PC, having these codes pop up on your screen usually results in not being able to play your favourite games.
So in this article, we'll be looking at error code 0x80070032 and help get it fixed.
What is error code 0x80070032?
This code usually shows up when trying to install, launch, or update a game.
When 0x80070032 appears on your screen, it means that some of the files needed to run the game you're trying to play have become damaged or corrupted. But don't panic just yet because there are still ways to fix this.
Some of the possible fixes for Xbox error code 0x80070032 aren't as simple as restarting your modem, but they have proven to be effective.
How to fix error code 0x80070032
Whether the files causing the error code are for the Xbox app or the game you're trying to play, trying these out should help in resolving the issue:
- Update the Xbox app: using an outdated version of the app may affect the way games are run on your PC.
- Reset the Xbox app: this clears out your app's data cache, getting rid of any old or damaged files that are causing the error.
- Reinstall the game: if it's one of the game files causing error code 0x80070032, your best bet is to make sure everything has been installed properly with a reinstallation.
Those steps should be able to get your game back up and running properly again. If you're still getting the error, then it's time to go ahead and contact Xbox Support.
If you're also having trouble with Xbox Live, you might also want to check out this article on Xbox error code 0x87DD0030.