New Xbox One update fixes Clubs and Xbox Store related issues
A week ago, Microsoft released a box Preview build with support for chat history in the Chat section of the Club menu and today, Microsoft releases a new Xbox One Preview build that addresses a wide range of issues related to Xbox Store, Clubs, and Xbox One S controller issues. As per routine, the update will be available to registered consoles at 6 PM PDT/9 PM EDT.
View the full changelog below:
OS version released: rs1_xbox_rel_1610.161009-1900 Available: 6:00PM PDT 10/12 (1:00AM GMT 13/10)
The option to Install a game or app should no longer appear on the corresponding Store page when the game or app is already installed.
When viewing Clubs, you should no longer see the option to start a Club Party if you are not a Club member.
• Controller Firmware
A new firmware update recently became available for Xbox One S controllers. Connect your Xbox One S controller to the console and navigate to Settings > Kinect & devices to download the firmware update.
Xbox 360 backward compatible games fail to install from a game disc.
• When attempting to remove a Club member from a Club, the removal fails to complete. In addition, if a Club admin attempts to remove a Club member, they may remove themselves from the Club (Club owners are unaffected).
• Club invites may sometimes show up in the Friends list in Guide and may be counted or displayed multiple times.
• When browsing the Store, certain apps may be missing for users with their console set to the Singapore region (zh-sg or en-sg). Workaround: To find a specific app, use the Store’s search function.”
After the update is available, users who have Xbox One’s Instant On mode active will automatically download and install it to their consoles. As for the users who haven’t, they can manually download it by launching the Guide and navigating to All Settings > System > Console info & updates.
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