Updating xbox 360 without live
I know they're not updated because, for example, the radios in Portal don't "receive transmissions" ;) The network setup is a little non-standard: I configured my laptop to bridge the XBox ethernet to the household wireless.
But since it downloaded the system updates and confirmed the XBox Live account, I figure that connectivity is not the problem.
- - - - -AUTHOR'S NOTE: THIS INSTRUCTABLE IS OUTDATED. TO UPDATE YOUR XBOX 360, CONNECT IT TO XBOX LIVE TO UPDATE IT FOR FREE.
- - - - - I'm a huge Splinter Cell fan, so I want to buy or rent , which are the only good ones).
I don't know if my Xbox 360 already supports backward compatibility (in the Xbox 360's case, the ability to play original Xbox games) for it, so I decided to update it.
I don't have Xbox Live (which you would usually use), so I decided to update it by downloading the update from and putting it on a CD, and then putting that CD in my Xbox 360.
When you log into Xbox Live and then load a game, you'll be automatically prompted to download updates to the game, if they are available.
It is not a replacement for the online update." ORIGINAL STORY: Xbox One requires a day one update as soon as you get your console, but what happens if you can't connect it to the internet?Here is the page where I found out how to make it work. If you have a writable CD a thumb drive, use the thumb drive, because it's much easier.Stuff you'll need: Xbox 360 Computer USB thumb drive (recommended) OR writable CD and CD writer Zip file extractor, I use [77-Zip]First of all, you'll need the update file. displaylang=en&Family ID=d7b1a7d8-846b-4ff4-8810-25356ec2c2aa DO NOT FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THAT PAGE! If they did, I probably wouldn't have bothered to write this instructable.) and it will ask you to download it : D If you havent tried it out you can grab it here: https://bit.ly/Minecraft Xbox You can find the whole change list for 360 below!About Installing Snapshots (for PC only) I have heard that people get some bugs in the snapshots that we put up on the blog and we think it may have to do with people “installing” it incorrectly.