Additionally, we are investigating all banned players to ensure that no one was banned unfairly. If you believe that you were unjustifiably banned, please contact us here.No player has been banned for purchasing tickets from Microsoft’s website, regardless of the price paid for those tickets.All banned players were found to have participated in inappropriate behavior from on or before April 10th, 2017.Every time I'm playing a online game I get kicked in a middle of a session because of a new update for the preview program.Please give us a warning, a timer or a time limit to update, and/or the system wait until the console recognizes that a game is not running.
Go to the new Clubs & LFG forum and vote for your favorite ideas!The word "brick", when used in reference to consumer electronics, describes an electronic device such as a smartphone, game console, router, or tablet computer that, due to severe physical damage, a serious misconfiguration, corrupted firmware, or a hardware problem, can no longer function, hence, is as technologically useful as a brick.The term derives from the vaguely rectanglular shape of many electronic devices (and their detachable power supplies) and the suggestion that the device can function only as a lifeless, square object, paperweight or doorstop. For example, "I bricked my MP3 player when I tried to modify its firmware." It can also be used as a noun, for example, "If it's corrupted and you apply using fastboot, your device is a brick." In the common usage of the term, "bricking" suggests that the damage is so serious as to have rendered the device permanently unusable.Bricking a device is usually a result of interrupting an attempt to update the device.Many devices have an update procedure which must not be interrupted before completion; if interrupted by a power failure, user intervention, or any other reason, the existing firmware may be partially overwritten and unusable.The risk of corruption can be minimized by taking all possible precautions against interruption.