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Xbox Live Down: Xbox 360 Server status latest as 8015000A errors hit

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Xbox Live appears to be having a few issues this afternoon with the console giant's servers experiencing problems related to Xbox Live, but only in terms of Xbox 360 profiles.

The independent outage monitor, down detector, has seen an increasing rise in reports of online connectivity not working for the service.

For those who don't know, down detector measures outages based on social mentions.

Currently, though, the official Xbox Live Support account on Twitter has yet to address any issues and the official server status website is also not showing any problems.

Despite this, there does appear to be an increase in reports on both downdetector.co.uk and downdetector.com.

There's also several users online who have been tweeting at Xbox Support asking for help, with most problems appearing to concern a '8015000A error code'.

"@XboxSupport When the Xbox live will be back on track ? Still not being able to log in my 360 profile on my One," wrote one user.

Whilst another added: "@XboxSupport FIX THE 360 SERVERS PLZ! People are having issues logging in keeps disconnecting"

"@xbox @XboxSupport Me and people on r/xbox360 can’t sign in to Xbox Live on Xbox 360 and are getting the 8015000A error and there might be a problem with the server. Tweeted this cuz the status page hasn’t been updated yet" a third user added on Twitter.

Based on those reports on Reddit, it appears the issues are impacting players across the globe and not just in the United Kingdom.

At the time of writing there's no saying how long these issues could last or indeed when a fix will be forthcoming.

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