Yesterday, Microsoft has released build 14381 (rs1_xbox_rel_1608.160701-2142) for the Xbox One preview, which brought many bug fixes and other improvements. However, the update comes with its own bugs, but more about them we’ll tell you below.
Here are the all the bugs that have been fixed:
– Some users were having trouble launching correctly My Games and Apps;
– Cortana had issues with Record that and localization;
– Pins were reverting to Previous locations;
– Some users have reported incorrect battery icon;
– A store fix will solve a crash when charging the Payment instrument;
– Narrator was fixed, as size of games was being incorrect and applications and games out of order;
– Localization – German fix for Sharing on Xbox Live.
Of course, there are a few issues that the developers have missed:
– Even if the network connection is strong, sometimes, Cortana sees it as a poor network connection;
– Cortana is sometimes freezing at “Warming up” and it doesn’t respond;
– When launching an application, See-It-Say-It sometimes fails to turn on, but this is solved when using a voice command from within the app;
– Cortana may become unresponsive when saying “Hey Cortana” on the Home dashboard with a game minimized in the main tile.
The Xbox One Preview Program was launched for players who want to test out new features before they’re released for the public. Ten months ago, Microsoft has decided to decrease the number of invitations sent to players because the program has reached a “near-capacity” level, at the same time, saying that “We are thankful for the amount of interest we’ve received to date and look forward to sharing more details on preview opportunities soon.” So, since then, members of the Xbox One Preview Program have received new updates ahead of other users and they reported bugs when they saw them.
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