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New Xbox One Preview build fixes issues with Clubs and the Xbox Store

Xbox One Preview members are being treated to a new build today, addressing a range of issues affecting the Xbox Store, Clubs, and controller firmware. As always, the update will be available to enrolled consoles at 6 PM PDT / 9 PM EDT.

For those who use the Xbox One's Instant On mode, the update will begin automatically downloading to your console. To manually install the build, navigate to All Settings > System > Console Info & Updates and check for an update.

Here's what's changed in today's Xbox One Preview release (via Xbox (opens in new tab)):


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.

As always, stay tuned to Windows Central for all the latest Xbox One Preview updates.

Matt Brown
Matt Brown

Matt Brown is Windows Central's Senior Games Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.

  • "In addition, if a Club admin attempts to remove a Club member, they may remove themselves from the Club.." LOL HAHAHAHA!!!!!!!
  • Lol guess a late (or early) april fools joke haha
  • That's awesome!
  • I got this build this morning.  Yay?
  • If I leave to activate developer mode, how easily can I jump back into the preview?
  • I bought me a new console and it took about 3 days before it was excepted into the program. My original X1 is still in the program. My first X1s took about 3 days but the GPU went bad and I got a new X1s Monday and it got accepted into the program today. I hope that helps give you a general idea of how long it takes. For the record I do each and every review except the one involving the Kinect, I don't have one of those. Now whether that impacts how quick they put your console into the preview program I don't know.
  • But you never actually left the program? Just added a new console to your account
  • Before I took the console that went bad back to the store I removed it from the program, removed all my information and reset the console.
  • O ok thanks
  • Xbox Central, formerly Windows Central, formerly WPCentral.... And, now tears.
  • At least we offer you a shoulder to cry
  • If you are sent an invation, how long does it take for it to activate or even get a notification about it?
  • I signed up on the 360 and the X1 and both times was less then a week before I was notified. I still had to wait a little longer before actually getting the first update.
  • Not had anytthing - :( No notification or update.
  • I'll be glad once these updates rolls out to everyone