Microsoft has released an update for the Xbox One family of systems, focused on fixing issues with Party Chat, Dolby Atmos, Wi-Fi, and more. Though it does not bring any new features, this update is the first Xbox One update for all users since November of 2017, and it definitely will help make things much more stable (via Windows Central.)
As always, if you've set up your Xbox to run in Instant On mode, the update should have automatically downloaded to your console. If not, you can head to Settings, System, Console Info and Updates, to manually download the update. See the changelog below for more on the fixes in this release.
OS version: 10.0.16299.4055 (rs3_release_xbox_dev_1711.171203-1700) and 10.0.16299.4059 (rs3_release_xbox_dev_1711.180109-1130)
- Store: Resolved an issue that sometimes prevented users from pressing B to go back when navigating the Store.
- Privacy & online safety: Resolved an issue that caused child accounts with family restrictions to retain the restrictions after graduating to an adult account.
- Party chat: Resolved an issue that caused some users to lose party chat audio and voice quality fixes.
- Audio: AVRs with HDMI-passthrough should no longer break Dolby Atmos for home theater if the TV and console are turned on before the AVR.
- Wi-Fi: Resolved an issue that omitted certain wireless networks when scanning for available wireless networks. Resolved an issue that sometimes caused unexpected network disconnections when using a wireless connection.
Microsoft continues to test new Xbox One features with Xbox Insiders, so if you're eager to try out new Xbox One updates before they hit the public, sign up now to be an Xbox Insider. Let us know your thoughts on this latest update in the comments section below.