How to fix Piglin, Parrot, Crossbow errors in Minecraft

How to fix Piglin, Parrot, Crossbow errors in Minecraft


Piglin, Parrot, Crossbow errors

Source: Reddit

As pointed out by the gamers, the error code Piglin occurs whenever they try to login. If you’re a Minecraft player (disclaimer: I’m not, so be gentle with me), then you’ll probably be aware by know that Piglins are. According to Fandom, they are neutral mobs found in the Nether. They attack players on sight unless the player is equipped with at least one piece of golden armor. Players can use gold ingots to barter with them for various items.

At least it’s nice that Minecraft’s developers didn’t decide to use incredibly dull error codes, just like Microsoft does.

However, it seems that in this particular case, the person who submitted the error isn’t actually happy about this naming choice. Parrot and Crossbow errors are just other instances of the Piglin one. There are some out there who got more exotic error codes, such as:

  • Error Code: Drowned
  • Error Code: Creeper
  • Error Code: Glowstone
  • Error Code: 9

Now, back to the issue at hand. From everything we’ve researched online…we couldn’t find anything else more valuable than suggesting you to do the following:

1. Keep trying to sign-in

I know, this is as silly as it can be, but from what affected Minecraft gamers have been saying, it could be a temporary glitch.

Sometimes, the servers just get overcrowded. Of course, you can also get in touch with Minecraft support through the following means:

Run a System Scan to discover potential errors

Restoro Scan

Click Start Scan to find Windows issues.

Restoro Fix

Click Repair All to fix issues with Patented Technologies.

Run a PC Scan with Restoro Repair Tool to find errors causing security problems and slowdowns. After the scan is complete, the repair process will replace damaged files with fresh Windows files and components.

However, it seems that if you go to the profile page on the settings screen to sign back in, this could work. Try that, as it seems to have helped a bunch.

2. Try a fix that applies to Xbox

From the looks of it, it seems that this particular error is pretty much the same as with the Xbox error code 0x80a40008, and since we’ve written about this a while ago, we would recommend you to check this nifty guide again.

However, the issue doesn’t happen only with Xbox users, but also with Nintendo Switch users:

I keep getting this error code called “Piglin” when trying to sign in to Minecraft for Nintendo Switch or aka Bedrock Edition and I have to countlessly click on it for it to work and it asks me to sign in again using the aka.ms link. Using Latest Version – 1.16.210. My question is how do I stop the error code from happening again? It happens everytime I open the game.



This post was written by Radu Tyrsina and was first posted to WindowsReport

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