USB and the 360

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Thanatos Telos, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. Thanatos Telos
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    Would it be possible to use a USB flash drive on an Xbox 360 that doesn't have an internal drive?
    It's one of the non-slim ones. Also, how would the drive behave?
     
  2. Zero

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    Depends on the drive, but yes any drive over 1GB can be used and can be formatted up to 32GB.
     
  3. Thanatos Telos
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    So it would act in place of the missing internal drive, right?
     
  4. Zero

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    Yes it would. When you insert it just go to your system settings and you can format it to work with the Xbox 360.
     
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    OK, thanks!
     
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    It'll act as a large Memory Unit.
    Allowing you to save games and download + store Avatar/DLC/XBLA games

    It won't act as an harddrive.
    The harddrive also stores the Xbox 1 partition and with emulator files etc.
    So you can't play Xbox 1 games on a 360 formatted USB drive.
     
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