There is nothing especially juicy about this latest build, bringing some fixes to the Universal Store, issues with signing in and a crash associated with the Universal Weather app.
To check if you can download the latest update, double-tap the Xbox button, go down to All Settings, select System, then Console System & Updates, and it will tell you there if the update is available.
The patch details are as follows:
OS version released: rs1_xbox_rel_1608.160812-1642
Available: 6:00PM PDT 8/14 (1:00 AM GMT 15/8)
Xbox Universal Store
- Fixed an issue which required users to click twice on the buy button.
- Resolved an issue where some users were experiencing Store crashes.
- Resolved an issue that was preventing some users from being able to sign in.
My Games & Apps
- Resolved an issue which could sometimes cause a black screen to appear when attempting to use the Weather App.
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