Xbox One Resolver GamerTag DNS Server

Xbox One Resolver GamerTag DNS Server

There are two Xbox One Resolvers that are currently operational: xResolver and Lanc Remastered PCPS tool.

Both have many similarities, but the most important one is that they both use web scraping bots to find and store Gamertags DNS server databases for Xbox One, Series X, and S players’ IP addresses, as well as PlayStation 4 and 5 players’ IP addresses.

Which Xbox One Resolver to Choose

You can use any Xbox Resolver, but I recommend keeping it simple and straight with ‘no paying’ and ‘no sharing of your original information.’

xResolver is a working Xbox One Resolver

If you want to know an Xbox user’s location, country, city, and ISP, xResolver working claims to be a good option to reveal the original Geo location data simply by entering the Gamertag and it searches the database for the IP associated with that Gamertag.

xResolver Alternative Lanc Remastered PCPS

Lanc Remastered PCPS is a free PSN and Xbox resolver with the same portfolio of an IP Puller using Gamertag.

It claims to be a network monitoring and packet analysis tool that sniffs and pulls IP addresses from Xbox Live, Party, Peer to Peer, and PSN gaming sessions to reveal the identity of players.

  • Practical Example: Some players claim to be from Europe but are actually from the Middle East or China.

To be honest, resolving Gamertag makes you determine the authenticity of group players, teammates, and opponents, but you can simply ask them for real information straight, which is a nice way to interact and make friends in online games.


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Kevin Pocock's first love has always been electronics since he was a teenager. When Pocock discovered PC9X.com, he discovered a kindred garden to webmaster his blogger spirit. As a technophile, his enthusiasm for technology is as strong as ever. He is a self-proclaimed Gameboy fan who is excited about the potential of new gaming platforms such as the Nintendo Switch and Ryzen handheld consoles. When we asked Pocock about his favorite form of entertainment, he said, I am looking forward to playing Zelda on the go.