New Xbox Experience For Preview Members Brings In A Number of Fixes
Minor issues resolved, but more crop up.
The New Xbox Experience Powered By Windows 10 is almost here for the Xbox One – it launches in November – but ahead of the official launch, Microsoft have released a minor update for the preview members who have already been going hands on with the NXE for a while now.
The update brings the OS version to th2_xbox_rel_1510.151026-2048, and it features a fair few number of fixes. Of course, remember that this is still a beta release, so there are some issues with it- notably, Titanfall may not connect with Xbox Live, necessitating a hard reset of the console, and your account may have sign in issues, which will require you to delete it from the system, and then sign in afresh again. Finally, Forza 6 may have issues updating, and game installations may run into problems.
You have been warned. Now for the patch notes:
- Game Install: When installing some game titles with pending updates, you should no longer experience installs which show a progress rate greater than 100%.
- MTU: MTU should no longer display as 510 when running a multiplayer connection test.
- Installation Stopped errors: This build contains a fix for encountering installation stopped errors when installing digital games and apps.
- USB keyboards and sign-in: When using a USB keyboard to enter your password, pressing the tab key should no longer cause the sign-in page to lock up.
Hopefully, Microsoft resolves all the issues that still stand before they launch the New Xbox Experience to the public in just about two weeks.