We’re continuing to put out new 1711 builds this week focused on general stability and performance. Our latest system update (1711.171128-1839) will be made available to Alpha and Beta Insiders starting today at 2 p.m. PST and becoming mandatory tomorrow at 1 a.m. PST. This update includes a fix to various streaming apps, such as Twitch, YouTube and HBO Go. We’ve also expanded our Known Issues list, which can be found below with current workarounds included for several items.
- Fixed an issue which would sometimes cause streaming video content to unexpectedly crash. This issue affected multiple apps including Twitch, YouTube and HBO Go.
- We are investigating reports of degraded Wi-Fi- performance. Current workaround, which has been successful for some users, is to hard reboot the console by holding the power button for 10 seconds.
Games/apps not installing/updating
- We are investigating reports that some users cannot install games or apps. Current workarounds that have proven effective for some users include changing Wi-Fi networks quickly, plugging in an Ethernet cable and disabling IPV6 on your home network.
- AVRs with HDMI-passthrough will break Dolby Atmos for Home Theater if the TV and console is turned on before the AVR . Current workaround is to power on your receiver before turning on your Xbox One console.
- We are investigating reports of inaccurate RGB colors when displaying in 4K HDR mode while playing a UHD disc.
- The left and right navigation for selecting date and time during Tournament creation is currently reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew.
- Left and right navigation in Tournament twists is reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew.
- Left and right navigation in the bracket view of Tournaments is reversed when the console language is set to Arabic or Hebrew.
Avatars on Home
- Users wishing to represent themselves as an avatar can do so by changing their settings under My profile > Customize profile > Show my avatar.
- Narrator may stop performing when reading large amounts of text.