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Post by S7 Sticky on Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:29 am

Microsoft has revealed today that it's delaying the February Xbox One update. The software maker originally unveiled details of the update last week, with plans to release it to consoles later today. Microsoft’s Larry Hryb (Major Nelson) revealed the news on Twitter, noting that the company plans to release it this week, but not today. "The team is working on finalizing," says Hryb.
Microsoft’s February Xbox One update is primarily focused on managing content and displaying battery life for controllers. The update will allow Xbox One owners to see what has been downloaded and installed, and separates out the My Games and My Apps sections to make it easier to manage large libraries of games and apps. February’s Xbox One update will also add the option to use a USB keyboard with the console, along with "lots of behind-the-scenes updates" for developers and gamers.

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Post by OneBadHuskerFan on Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:32 am

Still no external HD support?

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Re: Microsoft delays today's Xbox One update, now coming later this week

Post by S7 Sticky on Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:34 am

OneBadHuskerFan wrote:Still no external HD support?


really doubt we will ever see that with plans of a 1tb  hhd coming out ...


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side not the head set adapter is going to be priced at 25 bucks  (not shocked at the price)

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Post by S7 Coolhand on Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:44 am

I'd count on 3d support before external hdd.  Glad they are adding battery indicators as that was dumb to release it without em.  Actually seeing a list of what I downloaded would be nice.  Like an homage to what didn't need fixing before... this is the future of gaming, I guess.

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Post by S7 Zalacious on Tue Feb 11, 2014 1:38 pm

Funny how so much of what is in the patch are features that were on the 360.

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Post by S7 Sticky on Tue Feb 11, 2014 2:16 pm

S7 Zalacious wrote:Funny how so much of what is in the patch are features that were on the 360.



agreed alot of the keys  stuff being added on should have never been taken away in the first place

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Post by S7 K1ll3rKlown on Tue Feb 11, 2014 2:45 pm

If you remember, the 360 was nothing like it is now when it first came out. I mean NOTHING like it is now. So it's the same thing happening. Be patient.

The current version of the Xbox 360 system software is: 2.0.16203.0 (as of March 11th 2013).

2.0.16203.0 - February 19, 2013 (Download Link)

•Update to default settings; visible only to certain users in the EU
•Minor Bug fixes


2.0.16202.0 - November 27, 2012 (Download Link)

•Fixed: Displaying the incorrect playlist name when launching a playlist from Xbox SmartGlass to the console
•Fixed: An error with Xbox Video closed-captioning
•Fixed: An error with Xbox Music that some were experiencing


2.0.16197.0 - October 16, 2012 (Download Link)

•System Software Changes:
•Internet Explorer browser to Apps
•Added "My Pins" panel
•Added "Recent" panel
•Added Recommendation panels to Dashboard
•Added Access to Xbox Video and Xbox Music apps
•Added SmartGlass
•Added Play To
•Ability to name console from settings
•Gamertag in corner of screen now shows user's email address
•Added "Security Proofs" under Account Security
•Smaller background stage size
•Combined TV and Video into TV & Movies
•Removed Companion Devices from Console Settings
•Removed Facebook & Twitter from Social Apps with introduction of Internet Explorer
•Kinect Changes:
•Adds voice commands to Brazil but Bing voice search isn't available yet.


•Unpublished Changes:
•Authentication servers updated
•Added support for up to 32GB USB drives
•Removed "quick play" feature, replacing it with "recent".
•Added new anti-piracy scheme on AP 2.5 and XGD3


2.0.15574.0 - June 20, 2012 (Download Link)

•Kinect Changes:
•Bing voice search available in Australia and New Zealand
•Unpublished Changes:
•CB is split into two pieces
•CB boot chain had been refurbished (CB 5772, 6752, 4577)


2.0.15572.0 - June 12, 2012 (Download Link)

•System Software Changes:
•Avatar Store added to social on the Dashboard
•Updates to the Avatar Store
•Adds "Manage Exercise Info" to player's Profile
•Adds the option to select or remove TV providers in Settings/TV
•Adds the option to turn off Ratings Collection Sound in Settings/Console Settings/Audio
•Disables support for unlicensed 3rd-party wireless controllers (e.g. Datel Wildfire Evo).
•Bing Pictures in Bing Search switch now in every country
•Xbox Live Changes:
•Improvements and preparation for future Xbox Live Enhancements
•Unpublished Changes:
•CB bootloader has changed again
•RC4 keystream calculation has changed (Salt added to process block)
•DGX hardware or RGX ECC's Now Required To Read CPU Key


2.0.14719.0 - February 23, 2012 (Download Link)

•Kinect Changes:
•Fixes voice recognition issues for non-English users
•Unpublished Changes:
•CB bootloader has changed again.


2.0.14717.0 - February 16, 2012 (Download Link)

•System Software Changes:
•Fixes color space issue and improves overall performance.
•Requires Credit Card to be added to use the 1 Month Gold free trial membership (Free trial will now be set initially for Auto-Renewal.)
•Unpublished Changes:
•CB bootloaders have changed (RGH ends.....RGH2 begins).......
•2BL changed from 7373 to 7377
•4BL changed from 1888 to 5968


2.0.14699.0 - December 6, 2011 (Download Link)

•Design Changes:
•Complete design change in the Metro Design Language, with an interface similar to the Windows Phone and Windows 8 operating system.
•Reorganized menus
•System Software Changes:
•Anti-Piracy 2.5/2.6 scheme updated (Checks different for each console)
•Cloud Storage for Games Saves and Xbox Live Profiles. (Requires Xbox Live Gold subscription)
•Facebook Sharing.
•Stereoscopic 3D for games & experiences that support it.
•Support for dual play.
•Updated Standard and Kinect Dashboard with Full Voice.
•Bing on Xbox Live (search).
•Beacons
•New toast notifications: (Gamertag) plays this
•Xbox Live Changes:
•Expanded Kinect Voice Support.
•Netflix UI changed
•Netflix parties removed
•Live television on Xbox 360 with Bing Search support.


2.0.13604.0 - October 11, 2011 (Download Link)

•This is a general system maintenance update and there are no new features that will show up once the system has been updated.
•Support for real time update dae.bin table Anti-Piracy 2.5/2.6 over Xbox Live
•Update contained a compatibility patch for the new Xbox 360 Speed Wheel.


2.0.13599.0 - July 19, 2011 (Download Link)

•Mandatory update that prepared for subsequent growth of the service.
•Anti-Piracy 2.5 scheme updated to 2.6
•Reflashes the DVD drive PLDS DG-16D4S new stock firmware 0272 and locks SPI.


2.0.13146.0 - May 19, 2011 (Download Link)
•Support for XGD3 Disc Format (Xbox 360 games can use an extra 1gig of space)
•AP2.5 checks for all games activated
•Flashes DVD drive firmware upon updating the Xbox 360 dashboard with this update
•Gets Console ready for support for Avatar Kinect to be released on 5-24
•Adds Paypal Support
•Adds a auto-standby feature that places your console on standby if it’s idle for more than one hour, helping to reduce power consumption. This feature will be automatically enabled after you download the update. You can change this setting in the System Settings on your console.


2.0.12625.0 - January 19, 2011 (Download Link)
•Adds further anti-piracy 2.5 protection to more popular games Halo Reach, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
•Fixes ‘Boot to Disc’ option.


2.0.12611.0 - November 1, 2010 - Kinect Dashboard (Download Link)

•Adds the ability to install game updates to the HDD. (select games only)
•Adds the new anti-piracy scheme 2.5 to newly released games Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Fable III and Assassins Creed Brotherhood
•Adds a visual refresh to incorporate elements of Microsoft's Metro design style.
•Adds a motion menu specialized for Kinect under system settings.
•Adds ESPN as an app download via Xbox Live. Certain ISPs do not support the service. ESPN can be limited or blocked entirely.
•Adds Kinect Functionality for Zune, Last.fm, Sky Player.
•Adds Video Kinect as an app download via Xbox Live. This app lets players video chat with the Kinect sensor bar.
•Updates Zune adding Zune Music and ZunePass functionality.
•Updates Game Marketplace with a Metro-style redesign and easier navigation.
•New codec for Xbox Live voice chat that improves communication quality.
•New boot screen animation with redesigned Xbox 360 orb and ribbons.
•Better connection when using a wireless network adapter.
•Improved Netflix integration by enabling to search the entire Netflix catalog from within the console.
•Added Netflix support for Canada.
•Improved Avatars to 2.0 version with human-like proportions.
•Improved HDD load time.
•Improved "toast" notifications. One example being "Friends using this app" now shows when a friend uses Facebook instead of it referred to as a "game" when you start it.


2.0.9199.0 - April 6, 20109 (Download Link)
•Allows up to two USB flash drives or external hard drives to be used for storing profiles, game saves, demos and more up to 16 GB each, 32GB combined.
•Allows content transfer to another attached storage device. Content transfer does not copy installed games.
•Restores to banned consoles the ability to install games to hard drive, which decreases load times and eliminates noise due to disc spin.


2.0.8955.0 - October 28, 2009 (Download Link)
•Enables (previously inactive) WPA2 support for the official Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter.
•Disables support for 3rd-party memory cards (e.g. Datel Max Memory).
•Enabled Facebook, Twitter, Last.fm and Zune Marketplace on November 17, 2009. Facebook, Twitter and Last.fm are only available to Xbox Live Gold Members.
•Detects all consoles with any firmware version of Xtreme or iXtreme until 1.61.
•Disables hard drive installs for banned consoles, can no longer be used as a media center, and user information, such as profiles and game saves, appear corrupted when used on another console.


2.0.8507.0 - September 23, 2009 (Download Link)
•Mandatory update that prepared for subsequent growth of the Xbox 360 console and/or Xbox Live. Specifically, preparations for the additions of Facebook, Twitter, and Last.fm to the dashboard.


2.0.8498.0 - August 11, 2009 (Download Link)
•Update that fixes issues with limited games and with dashboard.
•Adds Display Discovery to allow console to override factory settings for HDTV resolutions and refresh rates. Also discovers the best possible resolution and refresh rates that your HDTV is capable of displaying (Selected HDTVs).
•Adds HDMI Reference Levels
•Adds the Avatar Marketplace.
•Adds Games on Demand to the Game Marketplace.
•Community Games rebranded to Indie Games.
•Adds the ability to rate content (Uses a 5-star rating system).
•Introduces Xbox Live Gold Member Veteran Status.
•Improves Netflix.
•Users can now change the instant queue from the console.
•Adds Netflix movie parties.


•Ability to eject tray even when a disc is already inserted.
•Improves Xbox Guide performance.
•Reduces hard drive game installation sizes.
•Adds a Clear Cache option to the storage units.
•Adds a "Prizes" area to Xbox LIVE Primetime.
•Xbox Live Primetime (Summer 2009).
•Play game shows with friends over Xbox Live to win Microsoft Points and Themes (For example: 1 vs 100).


•Fixes a vulnerability used to run arbitrary code.


2.0.7371.0 - April 2, 2009 (Download Link)
•Update that fixes issues with limited games.


2.0.7363.0 - February 3, 2009 (Download Link)
•Mandatory update that fixed HDMI audio issues caused by the New Xbox Experience update.


2.0.7357.0 - November 19, 2008 - NXE: New Xbox Experience (Download Link)

•User interface changes:
•Completely redesigned GUI with a navigation system similar to that of Windows Media Center.
•New pop-up/in-game Live Guide, using a redesigned version of the blades interface.
•New sound effects (menus only, notification sounds remain the same).
•Ability to preview your own themes before setting them.
•Ability to disable notifications (new messages, chat requests, etc.) or mute the notification sound.
•Support for 1440×900 and 1680×1050 16:10 resolutions (letterboxed) over VGA, HDMI and when using DVI.
•Ability to change to QWERTY keyboard in place of alphabetical keyboard.
•Xbox Live changes:
•Xbox Live Party allowing for eight-person chat and image sharing.
•Fully customizable Avatars for use in upcoming games and on Xbox Live. (Some current games also received an update on November 19 to support the new Avatars)


•Access Xbox Live Marketplace on a PC via Xbox.com with the ability to queue downloads to the Xbox 360.
•Ability to watch Netflix movies on an Xbox 360. (User must be in the US, a Gold Xbox Live member, and a Netflix Unlimited subscriber)
•Increases the Active Downloads queue limit from 6 to 40.
•Game changes:
•Option to install games to hard drive in order to decrease load times and to make the hardware quieter. The disc must still be present for the game to load.
•Information from Xbox Live regarding the game in the disc tray.
•Quick Launch for launching games on your console.
•Ability to remove games with 0 gamerscore from your profiles played games list.
•Upon starting any Xbox 360 game, you will be notified if any of your friends and/or party are playing the same game.
•Auto Start - Option to set whether you want the disc to run/or stay idle when the disc tray closes with a game or media disc inside, by default it's set to run.


•NOTE: Update requires 128 MB of free memory
•Microsoft has stated that the NXE will be released to non Xbox Live members (eg: on DVD in OXM) at a later date. It is now also available with certain games on the disc itself.


2.0.6717.0 - August 6, 2008 (Download Link)
•Mandatory update that prepared for subsequent growth of the service.


2.0.6690.0 - April 18, 2008 (Download Link)
•Mandatory update that prepared for subsequent growth of the Xbox 360 console and/or Xbox Live


2.0.6683.0 - December 4, 2007 (Download Link)
•Support for MPEG-4 Part 2 video playback and AC3 audio. (With Optional Media Update)
•Xbox Live Arcade trial games are no longer written to Gamercard.
•Original Xbox games played now appear in the user's played games list.
•Parental Timer.
•Xbox Guide opens significantly faster.
•Inside Xbox news feed.
•Game gameplay fades out when console is turned off.
•Social Networking features.
•Redesigned user interface.
•Improved performance.
•The ability to view your friends' friends list (Friends of Friends).
•You can now put your name, city of residence and a biography under your gamertag.
•The marketplace has been redesigned and is now more organized.
•The user's downloaded videos are now organized by TV show and season.


2.0.5787.0 - September 20, 2007 (Download Link)
•Prepared the system for communication with the Xbox 360 Big Button Controller (bundled with Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action).


2.0.5766.0 - August 7, 2007 (Download Link)
•Prepared the system for communication with the Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Les Paul wireless guitar controller.


2.0.5759.0 - May 9, 2007 (Download Link)
•Added:
•A separate, fifth blade for the Marketplace.
•A more consistent interface for the Marketplace.
•Windows Live Messenger integration with the Dashboard.
•Switchable aspect ratio during video playback (Auto to Letterbox, Zoom, Stretch, Native).
•Support for "Reference Levels" to video.
•The information bar that turns on via the On-Screen Display (OSD) now shows exactly how much time has lapsed in the playback of the video file.
•The ability to see the percentage of downloaded Video Marketplace content and where the ‘chapters’ exist for the said file.
•Support for MPEG-4 videos.
•Low-power background download function. The storage device, one core of the CPU, the fans, and any other components required for downloading remain powered, but rest of the system, such as the GPU and the disc drive, is shut off. System completely powers off once downloads are complete.
•Download blocks to prevent a download from starting if it will not fit onto a storage device, without deducting any points associated with the content item.
•Title of a game (when inserted into system) appears in the tray icon on the Dashboard menu. When highlighted, achievements and Gamerscore are displayed for that game based on the signed-in user.
•More specific “Achievement Unlocked” message, detailing the achievement unlocked and how many points it is worth.
•Windows Media protected content (WM-DRM), which can now be streamed from the PC to the console. If the WM-DRM license is missing or corrupted, then a specific error message is displayed to the user. Bookmarking is also stored for protected content.
•Two new languages, Russian and Polish.
•Option to boot straight into Media Center Extender mode (as well as changing the MC logo to the Vista version).
•Option to automatically download all free Xbox Live Arcade games.


2.0.4552.0 - January 9, 2007 (Download Link)

•Fixed a Privilege escalation vulnerability in the Hypervisor that allowed non-signed code (such as Linux) to run on the Xbox 360, with direct hardware access.


2.0.4548.0 - November 30, 2006 (Download Link)
•Improved performance on wired headsets when used with a wireless controller.
•Video output issues on VGA connections fixed.


2.0.4532.0 - October 31, 2006 (Download Link)
•Added:
•Support for 1080p video output.
•Support for Zune.
•Support for the external HD DVD drive attachment.
•Streaming of WMV files from a computer through the use of Windows Media Connect, connected USB device, CD or a DVD.
•Windows Media Player 11 as a supported streaming program.
•Audio and video streaming for Macintosh systems using Connect360.
•Option for automatic downloading of trial versions of newly released titles in Xbox Live Arcade.
•Cosmetic changes to the Dashboard.


2.0.2858.0 - June 13, 2006 (Download Link)
•Improved character recognition for users with the localized Chinese language version of the dashboard on their Xbox 360(s).


2.0.2857.0 - June 6, 2006 (Download Not Available)
•Added:
•Option to resume DVD playback from where it was last stopped.
•Option to boot to either a disc or the dashboard when system is turned on.
•New slideshow options for Photo Viewing, which can save folder layouts between sessions.
•Concurrent downloads, allowing multiple downloads as background tasks.
•Other:
•Xbox Live Marketplace was reorganized.


2.0.2258.0 - March 2, 2006 (Download Link)
•Prepared console for subsequent system and title updates.


2.0.2255.0 - January 30, 2006 (Download Link)
•Improvements to the Xbox Guide.
•Option to retain saved games when a profile is deleted.
•Increased accuracy of "last time played".
•Network configuration improvements for Xbox Live members in the Netherlands.
•More detailed messaging for unreadable disk or region errors.


2.0.2241.0 - November 22, 2005 (Download Link)
•Update available at product launch.


2.0.1888.0 - November 22, 2005 (Download Link)

•Original shipped version (The backup of 2.0.1888.0 remains in the backup kernel storage).

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Re: Microsoft delays today's Xbox One update, now coming later this week

Post by S7 Zalacious on Tue Feb 11, 2014 3:11 pm

Not a matter of impatience. Just making an observation. The fact that the 360 was updated over time is irrelevant. The fact that basic features were not included but were present in last gen is mildly amusing.

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Post by S7 DROOPY on Tue Feb 11, 2014 4:10 pm

I agree with zals. I read this stuff and im like wtf the 360 can already do this. I had a chance to check out my bro xb1 last weekend and I was less then impressed. Not being able to resize the tv window and not being able to adjust the tv sound independently is a huge fail imo. I dont even think ill hook mine up to the cable if they don't fix that. But hey the xbox finally can do the only thing that the playstation did better and thats play blurays. Both of the new consoles interfaces kinda sux imo

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Post by S7 DROOPY on Tue Feb 11, 2014 4:11 pm

Oh and klown just won the longest post ever contest

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Post by S7 K1ll3rKlown on Tue Feb 11, 2014 4:24 pm

I don't know man. Don't get me wrong, I don't own any M$ stock or get a penny from a XB1 sales-- but it just seems like you guys maybe nit-picking a bit.

To complain that this completely different system doesn't do what the old version does is nit-picking. If you're in love with the present features stay with the 360.

The point of the list is come back in a few months OR years and see how much improved this one will be. You have to start somewhere and nothing you own is completely 100% perfect day one off the lot. Not even your car, it's why you go back for recalls occasionally. Give it a break. Don't look for an excuse to go PS4, Just go PS4. Do you say, my brakes where fine on my 2013 Tundra. Why did you screw them up on the 2015. Completely different truck, weight, frame, height, body, exterior, etc. You now have to account for the measure of velocity is distance divided by time (fps), stated as feet per second. The measure of acceleration (or deceleration in this case) is feet per second per second. That assumes a reasonably good co-efficient of friction. No, you don't care...you get the recall and let that be that.

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Post by S7 Zalacious on Tue Feb 11, 2014 5:00 pm

So you would be ok with a new car that didn't tell you how many miles you had on it or how much gas you have left? if you are going resort to long winded analogies at least use one that is more applicable to subject at hand. Smile

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Post by S7 K1ll3rKlown on Tue Feb 11, 2014 5:05 pm

ok, perhaps on my 2015 Tundra the gauge isn't completely accurate with the digital read out. But no fear, a quick recall (i.e. software update) to the Tundra's computer system will get me all squared away. I don't complain and b1tch that my old truck at least told me correctly how much gas I had. I go to the dealer, he says it's free (just as the XB1 update is) so it's no pain...get it and go.

That's just me.

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Post by S7 OC on Tue Feb 11, 2014 5:10 pm

I hear what your saying Klown but don't agree.  So very basic features such as data storage management very just left out. I know at this point there isn't a ton of an issue with having to delete saved games or games dl on the hd but that's not really the point.  I think it's like saying hypotheticly your brand new Mustang can't sync blue tooth on your phone to your cars radio because they left out that software ability. The hardware is there and It was there in you 2013 model but they were saving the software for an update.
Yeah it's minor and not a huge deal but kind of like the didn't really think it through and take the time for the minor details. Almost like some one at ms had a major face palm moment.

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Post by S7 K1ll3rKlown on Tue Feb 11, 2014 5:14 pm

I think they just wanted to compete and get the hardware out same time as Sony. BUT don't be confused, Sony is going through update issues themselves!

http://us.playstation.com/support/systemupdates/ps4/index.htm

So it's just a matter of waiting until they can correct the small things like you said. In the meantime the hardware that we have is pretty bad ass and I don't care how many PS4 articles you read down playing the Xbox...it's pretty sweet. Believe me!!

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Post by S7 mrmiller on Tue Feb 11, 2014 5:46 pm

That's my point- no reason to upgrade if it's not better than the 360. That's why I choose Xbox fist over Playstation is for the total experience, and that does not mean graphical power. Hell, the PS3 was always more powerful than the 360, but the 360 to me offered a better overall experience. I do feel the XBox One UI was rushed to make the deadline and not let Sony get the lead, but I fail to see why the things implemented were not better on the One than the 360 or even the same. I know they need to make them "different" but they should still be as good. I'm not knocking my purchase, and for strictly playing games it's perfectly fine. I would still have the One over the PS4 as I mentioned before- it's for the overall experience which to me includes playing with friends and I'm not going to leave them behind for the $100 difference. I too feel like this is only the beginning, and we will be getting big things from our XBox Ones in the future.

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