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This article describes how to troubleshoot SmartGlass connection and performance issues on mobile devices.
Solution 1: Phones and tablets
Your smartphone or tablet can connect with your console over a cellular network. However, you’ll get the best performance when connected to the same wireless network as your console. Also, you must sign in to Xbox Live on both your console and mobile device. You can connect by using:
The SmartGlass app performs best over a fast and reliable connection.
Solution 2: Windows 8.1 computers
To troubleshoot the connection between your Windows 8.1 computer and Xbox Live, see Connecting to Xbox Live from a PC.
Note Xbox SmartGlass performance depends on the speed of your network connection. It’s also dependent on the processing power of your tablet or PC.
Solution 1: Use the same Microsoft account
Be sure to use the same Microsoft account that your Xbox Live gamertag uses. If you use a different Microsoft account, SmartGlass won’t be able to connect to the console. If you don’t know the Microsoft account that’s associated with your Xbox Live account, see Find your Microsoft account email address or password.
Solution 2: Enable SmartGlass on your Xbox 360
To set up your Xbox 360 console to work with a SmartGlass-enabled device, see Set up and use SmartGlass on the Xbox 360.
Solution 3: Change the power setting on your console
To reconnect the SmartGlass app to your console, you’ll need to change the power setting. See Xbox One SmartGlass can’t connect to your console after playing a game.
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