I have installed Minecraft Windows 10 Edition Beta v0.13.0 on my Windows 10-based PC. I am also running a MinePocket v1.6dev-51 (support v0.13.0) server on the same PC on port 19132 [edit: I managed to disable the built-in multiplayer functionality].

How can I access my own server on this same computer? I have tried localhost, and but this gives me a "Server is Full" error. I have looked through the server.properties and the preferences.yml files but they seem to point to nothing. I have also looked through the logs, but they lead to a dead end as well.

I have also tried white-listing myself and putting my Xbox Live gamertag in the whitelist file but it still says the same thing.

  • how many players are allowed on your server?
    – Aequitas
    Dec 11 '15 at 2:24
  • 9999 players in server.properties
    – Brick
    Dec 11 '15 at 4:02
  • Is that the default? maybe you can try something more reasonable like 2 for instance. I suggest trying your actual lan ip instead of the loopback address, I doubt this will work since it seems you are finding the server but it's worth a shot.
    – Aequitas
    Dec 11 '15 at 4:06
  • Are there any server log entries when you connect? Do they say the same thing as the client? Dec 11 '15 at 5:18
  • @Aequitas I did try the default 20 people. It didn't work.
    – Brick
    Dec 11 '15 at 6:16

Try doing, that ought to work.

  • You do know I'm not using the Java version of Minecraft right?
    – Brick
    Dec 11 '15 at 1:00

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