Custom Gamerpics were first enabled for Preview Alpha members of the Xbox Insider Program back in April, and as a reminder, in order to get the feature, you won't even need to download a new build. Here's what you need to do:

For Profiles:

Prepare a custom Gamerpic image. The image must be at least 1080x1080 pixels. The following formats are supported: png, jpg.

Save the image to a USB flash drive, and insert the drive into one of the Xbox One’s USB ports.

On your Xbox One, launch the Guide, select your Profile, and navigate to My profile > Customize profile > Change gamerpic.

Select Upload a custom image, select your USB flash drive, and choose your custom Gamerpic image.

The image will load into an editor; use LT, RT, and right stick to highlight what section of the image will become your Gamerpic.

Once satisfied, select Upload.

For Clubs:

Prepare a custom Club image. Club profile pics must be at least 1080x1080 pixels, and Club background images must be at least 1920x1080 pixels. The following formats are supported: png, jpg.

Save the image(s) to a USB flash drive, and insert the drive into one of the Xbox One’s USB ports.

Navigate to your Club Info page and select Change profile pic or Add background image.

Select your USB flash drive, and choose your custom image.

The image will load into an editor; use LT, RT, and right stick to highlight what section of the image will become your Club profile pic or Club background image.

Once satisfied, select Upload.

Back in April, the above release notes noted that users were required to load the image onto a USB flash drive, since selecting images from OneDrive wasn't supported at the time; however, a user on Reddit claims that you can now select an image from OneDrive.

Right now there is no changelog posted in the official Microsoft Xbox forum, so for now, at least, the above notes probably still apply to Ring 3 and 4 Insiders.



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