New xbox experience not updating

05-Aug-2016 23:29

If it still doesn't load after 15 minutes have passed, you need to hold down the power button for ten seconds, and wait for the machine to power down.

Leave it at least 15 seconds, then turn it back on again.

If you're one of the "small number" of Xbox One players who are having difficult booting up after the new Xbox one Experience update rolls out today, don't panic. Microsoft has acknowledged issues with first boot, content installation, and accessory and accessibility issues after the update.

If your console gets stuck on the green Xbox One loading screen, you're advised to just leave it alone for fifteen minutes.

If your console is in Energy-saving mode, your Xbox One will not automatically download and install the update.

To initiate the download and update process, you can go to Settings – System to manually check if an update is available and choose “Update Now”.

You may also need to fiddle about un- and reinstalling games and apps if they're problematic, and possibly change your default storage location.

Starting in February 2014, Microsoft invited select users to join a preview program that enables them to receive early builds of upcoming system updates and experiment with the features prior to the public launch of the software.

Other problems include missing tiles (go to Home, highlight My games & apps in the big tile, press the Menu button on your controller, and select Quit.

Then relaunch My games & apps), broken voice commands (you can usually resolve this issue by rebooting the console), and repeated prompts to fill in your password (you'll need to de- and then re-link your console).

Xbox One owners who have the Instant-on power mode enabled won't have to do anything, as the console will automatically download the update when it becomes available.

People using the Energy-saving mode, however, will need to go to Settings -- System to check if the update is available.

Starting in February 2014, Microsoft invited select users to join a preview program that enables them to receive early builds of upcoming system updates and experiment with the features prior to the public launch of the software.Other problems include missing tiles (go to Home, highlight My games & apps in the big tile, press the Menu button on your controller, and select Quit.Then relaunch My games & apps), broken voice commands (you can usually resolve this issue by rebooting the console), and repeated prompts to fill in your password (you'll need to de- and then re-link your console).Xbox One owners who have the Instant-on power mode enabled won't have to do anything, as the console will automatically download the update when it becomes available.People using the Energy-saving mode, however, will need to go to Settings -- System to check if the update is available.If you use the Instant-on power mode (available via Settings – Power & startup), your Xbox One will take the update in the background when you put your console into Connected Standby mode.