xbox to USB adaptor??

Discussion in 'Microsoft Xbox' started by blainy, May 23, 2010.

  1. blainy

    blainy GBAtemp Fan

    Nov 1, 2008
    ok, so im looking for an adaptor that will allow me to somehow transfer a hacked splintercell save to my xbox. i guess either one that lets me hook the whole controller up to the pc to put the save straight onto a memory card would be ok, would be handy to use the xbox control on teh pc also, but i would prefer one that would let me hook a usb thumb drive straight up to the xbox to do essentiaally the same thing, though to the hard drive (female usb - male xbox).
  2. Paranoid Mouse C

    Paranoid Mouse C GBAtemp Regular

    Jan 29, 2006
    United States
    In your heap, shifting bits.
    Hey Blainy,
    Back in the day, I did something along the lines of what's detailed in this document.
    I'm not sure if this is something you'd be willing to do, as I had access to multiple controllers at the time. But by doing this, I could easily throw the splinter cell save onto the memory card that was inserted in the xbox controller and then proceed with the xbox soft-hack.

    Now, I also had an xbox action replay. I did the splinter cell hack using with this as well.

    Good luck.
  3. Tomobobo

    Tomobobo Champion.

    Nov 26, 2005
    United States
    Yeah if you just cut the dongle in half you can use both parts. Use the Xbox male end and connect it with a USB female, bam you've got usb access for your xbox. Then use the dongle female part and connect it with a usb male and bam you've got controller/memory card access for the PC.

    The wires should match up color to color, but the Xbox will have one extra, yellow, it's used for light-gun, so unless you're wiring up a light gun, disregard it.

    Really I think the only thing you need is xbox to usb, not controller to usb. Put in a usb disk using your made adapter and the xbox will format it. Then stick it into the pc and use either the action replay software or some of the newer xbox 360 software to manage the files onto the FATX drive. Then pop it back in the box and have fun.
  4. yifan_lu

    yifan_lu @yifanlu

    Apr 28, 2007
    United States