I'm implying that it is an annoying notification that Microsoft pushes, so that I'm inclined to connect my Microsoft account to my account. However, it's expected that this will change with the release of the , which will give developers more reasons to adopt this feature, such as with that will help to drive even more user engagement. . Yesterday I managed to sign in to the account via Microsoft manage account options with my original google password and reluctantly clicked 'allow' and it still popped up again today. It caught me off-guard and I thought I was sharing all my information with my nosy super-religious neighbors. It's expected that this behavior will improve over time, but in the meantime, you can check all your incoming text using the Your Phone app directly.
This notification appears because I am not signed into my Microsoft account. So the store issue is fixed, and hopefully the notification issue also. It's everyone's favorite home page! But I am not sure if that will cause or create other issues in Windows 10. I'll monitor and hope that sorts the situation. However, this is not a solution as such. Microsoft account problem, We need you to fix your Microsoft account When you move on to sign-in with your Microsoft account, Windows 10, sometimes throws an error message reading — Microsoft accounts issue, We want you to fix your Microsoft accounts onto Windows.
Disable blocking features If you're still unable to connect, then it could be a feature blocking the connection. On your phone and computer make sure that airplane mode is disabled. By disabling it, many consumers could repair the matter. It does not mean that your local account is not there. Navigate to the following folder.
I created a new local account as I didn't have one previously. You can disable Action Center notifications. The account was synched with the Windows email app, but as it wasn't my main email account and I tended to access it via browser anyway, it was no biggie to remove it from settings. I'd tried the steps detailed in the first link yesterday and was hopeful, but unfortunately the message popped up again today. I use a local account on my computer. Thing is I don't think I use any 'shared experiences', I just do different gmail through firefox browser, but I really want to stop this daily pop-up. Thus trying to merge the use models is totally unnecessary and counter productive.
It must be pretty darned important. I had to go into accounts and delete that account from under my user account to get it to finally leave me alone. As mentioned the account in question was a gmail account and when I went through the change password option I got a confirmation that it had changed the password to a different gmail account that isn't even listed in Windows settings. If you do have a Microsoft account and you get this every login When the Microsoft Account Problem notification message pops up, click on it to check if it shows anything in the Shared experiences that requires a fix. Considering that natural disposition in many men to lie, and in multitudes to believe, I have been perplexed what to do with that maxim so frequent in every body's mouth, that truth will at last prevail. Once you've completed the steps, re-launch the app, set up the experience one more time, and this time, it should connect to your Android device.
Since Microsoft 'creators update' about a week ago I have been getting the following message pop up daily; Microsoft account problem We need to fix your Microsoft account before you can use shared experiences. Below is what worked for me along with additional sets of steps you might want to try if you are getting this same annoying message. Depending on the app, it's also possible to remote control applications, share web links, and send messages across devices, including on Windows 10, Xbox, , and Android devices. I do not want any apps on my desktop at all. What are Windows 10 Shared Experiences? Ever since I install Windows 10 Creators Update. The syncing process finish instantly. In that case, you have to turn off the Shared Experiences to stop the syncing, thus, also stopping the Microsoft Account Problem popup notification in Windows 10.
Allow app in the background If you're blocking the Your Phone app from running in the background, you won't be able to connect to your phone. Windows 10 on a laptop. Similar here: It could be a bug. Other members needing help with this same issue should start their own thread and not try to hijack yours. To work with smartphone, you need to use the related Android app.
Then, choose System and scroll right down to Shared Experiences. Anyway they're permanently bugging me to fix an issue I don't really care about, and no amount of acquiescing to their request seems to satisfy them. Thanks ahmd0 for your solution. Found this this morning which looks promising as I was able to find and remove my Hotmail account. Alternatively, you can also click the battery icon, in the bottom-right corner of the taskbar, and use the slider to select a battery mode other than Battery saver. But, I see your point. On your mobile device, swipe down from the top, and confirm that it's connected to the same wireless network as the computer you're trying to connect.