New Xbox One Experience October 27th Firmware Update Out Now, Full Changelog Inside

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Microsoft has released a brand new firmware update for the preview members participating in the New Xbox One Experience firmware beta. This new update is rather small and it was released just 2 days after the last big update.

As we saw yesterday, Microsoft has now confirmed an official release date for the New Xbox One Experience, which will be released on November 12th for the Xbox One. Currently this firmware is still in Beta phase and available to preview members.

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You can read all the details including changelog for the October 27th update below.

  • DETAILS

OS version released: th2_xbox_rel_1510.151024-1929
Available: 
6:00PM PDT 10/26 (2AM GMT 10/27)

  • FIXES:
  • My Games & Apps: You should no longer encounter any tiles that are blank in your collection.
  • Apps Crashing Fixes: Various Apps no longer crash on startup or during usage.
  • Formatting Hard Drives: You should no longer run into issues when formatting external hard drives.
  • Edge Browser: You should no longer encounter a black screen when browsing in Edge.
  • Adding profile: You should no longer have issues adding your profile to your Xbox One.
    • NOTE: If you still have issues signing into your account, you may need to perform the following:
      1. Go to Settings > Account > Remove, then delete your account.
      2. Open the guide, scroll up to the Sign in tab.
      3. Choose Add & Manage > Add new to re-add your profile to your console.

FEATURED FEEDBACK OPPORTUNITIES

Be sure to check out the Preview Dashboard app for details on how you can help! The highlighted quests for this release are:

  • Take a photo: This quest encourages you to try out the new Xbox One Avatar experience, and give us your feedback.
  • Rate the Calendar: Go to Beta games and apps to get access to the Community Calendar app, then rate it with this survey to let us know what you think!

New Xbox One experience will out on November 12th for everyone. Microsoft is also planning to launch Backwards Compatibility with Xbox 360 games on the same day.

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