Many Twitch users are getting the error 274F1828 when trying to sign in to the app from their PS5. And PlayStation users aren’t the only ones getting this error, some Xbox users are facing it as well. But not much is known as to why you get it or how to resolve it. So in this guide check out everything you should know about the error code 274F1828 for Twitch and if you can fix it.
What is the Twitch 274F1828 Error?
As mentioned previously, 274F1828 is an error of Twitch that prevents users from signing in to their account on the Twitch app for their consoles. You can check the Reddit thread here. Many users complain that this is an error that they get on their PS5. While most complaints here are for the PS5 many Xbox users also seem to be facing this issue.
As user u/Tango-range explained, they tried signing in but it didn’t work. Even after you sign in and give authorization from your browser you still won’t be able to log in. And eventually, the user gets an error saying there was a problem connecting to Twitch with error codes 274F1828 and F512222.
How to Fix Error 274F1828 or F512222?
There seems to be no official way to fix it just yet but there is a workaround. Thanks to user u/EdgeAlterNation for sharing this fix in the above thread.
- Activate Your Device using Incognito: Open the Incognito mode in any browser on your PC. Then go to the Twitch Device activation page from your browser. Now, enter the device code in the textbox and click on Activate.
But this fix isn’t working for everyone. So the only way it will fix properly is when Twitch fixes it on their end. Hence, you can’t do much except wait.
That covers this guide on what the error 274F1828 is on Twitch and if you can fix it. I suggest you check out our other Twitch guides if you want to know more about getting drops in games, linking your account, emotes, and more.