Streaming Xbox One to Windows 10 laptop stopped working

Hey all, hoping to get some help on this issue.  Early last week I got to try out the xbox one streaming and it was awesome!  However a few days later I tried to do it again but it for some reason, won't connect to my xbox.  Here is my setup currently:

Xbox One using wireless networking (2.4 Ghz)

Windows 10 laptop on wireless (2.4 Ghz)

Verizon Fios Quantum Wireless router

At first I checked the network settings on the xbox one and noticed that NAT was set to Strict (mind you, it was working with that).  So I went into my router and made the change to get the NAT settings to Open. Still didn't work. I ran updates on my Windows 10 laptop, I signed out and signed back into the Xbox app on the laptop, nothing works.  And the weirdest thing? Through the xbox app on my laptop, I can turn on my xbox, I can watch it turn it on no problem.  But after that, it says that it can't find the device.

Any ideas?  Much appreciated in advanced!


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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:


 Try power cycling your console by holding the power button for 10 seconds or until it turns off. Boot it back up, then go to the Xbox App, click Add a Device (even though it is already listed), re-add the Xbox One, then try connecting again.

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