I have not seen other users reporting the same, though. They’re offering a canned response, asking for gamertags and, well, that’s about it. Update #2 (am ET): With no official clarification from Microsoft, users are beginning to take to social media outlets in droves with this issue.
It’s not just Preview Program members or new Xbox One Owners, it seems.
that the next patch -- currently in testing -- will once again bundle "new controller firmware." Yes, the (hopefully optional) code should fix connection and headset quality issues that are even more of a pain, but it's doubtful that Xbox owners will relish plugging in peripherals a second time to get reliability that should have been present on day one.
At least users can take comfort in new system features added to the list of coming updates, including a button to check for future software updates manually and redeeming codes directly from Xbox Live messages.
Our newest Feature Area forum, Clubs & LFG, is now live!
Today, we’re starting to roll out several feature updates inspired by your feedback to the broader community.
The steps involve disconnecting your Xbox One console from the Internet and powering the console off manually with your finger.
Attempt to install the game once you boot the console back up, but make sure you're not connected to your Internet provider.
There should also be an option to off auto update for games and apps.He's also posted a pic of what that new system update check button looks like (hint: it's a button), and explains that now, the system will return to standby after new updates are installed.That "silent reboot" will mean the day after an update we can say "Xbox On" and boot up quickly, instead of having to actually press a physical button and endure the longer cold start process -- we're far too fancy to be stuck waiting around, you know?Update #4 (am ET): This is anecdotal, but my Xbox One has updated after around three hours of trying.
The update finally initiated like normal, and I’ve been able to update games. Update #3 (am ET): Still no official update, but the Xbox Support team running the support Twitter account is at least aware that users are having issues.
Some of IGN's readers have noted that game installs seem to sputter out around the 97% mark, stalling out indefinitely.