Microsoft is rolling out yet another update to select Xbox One preview members that fixes some bugs that have been discovered since the last version.
Xbox Preview members who are selected to get the update can go to Settings, System, and then Console Info & Updates to check if the latest preview build has become available.
Here are the details from the Xbox Preview Forum:
OS version released: rs1_xbox_rel_1608.160906-1800
Available: 6:00PM PDT 9/8 (1:00 AM GMT 9/9))
- When casting audio files from a Windows 10 PC to an Xbox One using "Cast to device", Groove Music should no longer fail to launch..
- Resolved an issue which could sometimes cause the Weather app to fail to launch.
- This build contains a fix to address stuttering and framerate issues in backward compatible games.
Xbox Universal Store
- Resolved an issue which could sometimes cause recently purchased content (movies, TV shows) to fail to launch.
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