Xbox not updating from usb
To update an Xbox One controller’s firmware, you’ll need to connect your Xbox One controller to either a Windows 10 PC or Xbox One console.If you have a Windows 10 PC or Xbox One, or just know someone who does, that’s your best bet for updating the firmware.Search for “Xbox Accessories” and install the Xbox Accessories app created by Microsoft.This is separate from the main “Xbox” app included with Windows 10.Hopefully, Microsoft will one day make this process easier.For example, the ability to upgrade firmware could be integrated into the Xbox app bundled with Windows 10, and that app could notify you when a firmware upgrade is available.This didn't bother me much because I was just going to use it on my computer instead.I plugged it into my computer to format it and I found that it was not detecting it as an Disk Drive and the only place I could find it was in Devices and Printers.
Xbox One X supports 4K gaming; Xbox One S supports 4k game upscaling.
I haven't been able to find a single walkthrough online on how to do it.
And of course I have a 360 that can't connect to wifi which is making everything really difficult.
On a Windows 10 PC, you can simply connect the Xbox One controller to the computer normally and update it with the Xbox Accessories app as described above.
On an Xbox One, you can connect the Xbox One controller to the Xbox One using the included USB cable. If it doesn’t, head to All Settings Devices & Accessories and select the controller.
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Unfortunately, the Xbox Accessories app is only available for Windows 10.