Hey Alpha Skip Ahead ring users! Today’s Xbox Insider Release Notes highlight the latest fixes, known issues, and features coming to your console. Starting at 2:00 p.m. PT today, users will receive the latest 2004 Xbox One system update (build: RS_XBOX_RELEASE_2004\19006.1206.191021-2100). Keep reading for more details.
System Update Details:
- OS version released: RS_XBOX_RELEASE_2004\19006.1206.191021-2100
- Available: 2:00 p.m. PT – October 23, 2019
- Mandatory: 3:00 a.m. PT – October 24, 2019
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Fixes for Alpha Skip Ahead
We’ve heard your feedback, and we’re happy to announce the following fixes have been implemented for this 2004 build:
- A new version of controller firmware (4.8.1923.0) is available for certain controller models. Users may be prompted to update the controller automatically when it is connected to the console. You can also go to Settings>Devices & streaming> Accessories with the controller connected, then select the ellipsis button to see if a firmware update is available.
- Changes in this firmware include:
- Reliability improvements for wireless connectivity on console
- Improvements to Bluetooth pairing
- Xbox Button behavior changes over Bluetooth on Android
- Bluetooth reliability fixes
- We’ve fixed the issue with users being unable to dismiss the “full screen” notification watching video.
- Various updates to properly reflect local languages across the console.
Known Issues for Alpha Skip Ahead
We understand some issues have been listed in previous Xbox Insider Release Notes. These issues aren’t being ignored, but it will take Xbox engineers more time to find a solution. We appreciate your patience at this time!
- Users who have Dolby Atmos enabled and console display settings set to 120hz with 36 bits per pixel (12-bit) are experiencing loss of Dolby Atmos audio in some situations.
- Workaround: Disable 120hz or set Video Fidelity to 30 bits per pixel (10-bit) or lower.
- Users are unable to complete the setup for Dolby Atmos in the app and the app is not recognizing Dolby Atmos headphones
- Note: This is an issue with the Dolby Access app and the app developers are aware and investigating.
My Games & Apps
- Users have reported seeing an “Xbox Events” app in their collection.
- Note: This app will be used to experiment with a new Events experience to showcase in-game events. We’ll have more to share when the feature is ready for Preview.
- Some users may see a different Store icon on the dashboard than what normally appears.
- Some users may see their content blocks reset randomly during the experiment.
- Some users are reporting issues making in-game purchases in Fortnite. If you are encountering this behavior please submit feedback from the console.
- Some users are reporting powering on their console via Google Assistant or Alexa is giving an error, but then powers the console on after a delay.
Xbox Console Companion App
- We’ve seen reports of users being unable to stream their Xbox console to their Windows PC via the app.
- Sometimes users may encounter the incorrect Profile color when powering on the console.
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