Updating xbox 360 without internet

04-Feb-2020 11:41

There are two ways to do this: either copy the update to a USB flash drive or download the update to your computer and then update your Xbox 360 console.First, connect up a USB flash drive to your computer and make sure it has enough free space on it.(Getting the programs and update itself does require internet so ye' might wanna go to the library with a norm PC flash drive and get them there). There a good handful of programs used to read Xbox 360 flash drives. The second way is, if you always have a TU of Minecraft then simply move that onto de' flash drive before beginning.(But I'm assuming ye' don't have any TUs for Minecraft thusly you would need to ask someone, like myself, for the folder info)...(Also note that the TU file must be named correctly as well. (Though I think they are done with updating de' Xbox 360 so once ye' get the newest Xbox 360 update, ye' should be good.

(I can't remember the numbers for TU4 of Rock Band 3 but it was something along the lines of "No Profile" - "Title Updates" ; and like I said, the words don't matter. From there, it is simply plug it into the Xbox, move the file, and play! Meaning, if ye' Xbox isn't fully updated, then ye' might have issues.

With any model xbox that doesn't need an attachment for wireless should work.

Not an easy or should say not a simple thing to do in the long run....

Open that and you would most likely have to redo it quite sometime, due to how everything is organized. Once the folders are correct, then you can simply 'drag-and-drops' the TU file you have on ye' computer into that folder, saved and now ye' should have dat TU on ye' flash drive. Some TUs actually requires newer versions of the main Xbox update. Requires AT LEAST a computer, an Xbox 360 config'd flash drive, and a few programs the update itself on ye' computer. As for the TU (TU13 is the newest unless ye' wanna wait til TU14), there is a trusted site that specific stores every TU for every game. It'll catch the flash drive and simply 'open folder' IN the program (Not via Windows). First way is, asking someone (Like myself) for the folders info that you'll need...

(I can't remember the numbers for TU4 of Rock Band 3 but it was something along the lines of "No Profile" - "Title Updates" ; and like I said, the words don't matter. From there, it is simply plug it into the Xbox, move the file, and play! Meaning, if ye' Xbox isn't fully updated, then ye' might have issues. (Getting the programs and update itself does require internet so ye' might wanna go to the library with a norm PC flash drive and get them there). There a good handful of programs used to read Xbox 360 flash drives. The second way is, if you always have a TU of Minecraft then simply move that onto de' flash drive before beginning.

(I can't remember the numbers for TU4 of Rock Band 3 but it was something along the lines of "No Profile" - "Title Updates" ; and like I said, the words don't matter. From there, it is simply plug it into the Xbox, move the file, and play! Meaning, if ye' Xbox isn't fully updated, then ye' might have issues. With any model xbox that doesn't need an attachment for wireless should work.Not an easy or should say not a simple thing to do in the long run....Open that and you would most likely have to redo it quite sometime, due to how everything is organized. Once the folders are correct, then you can simply 'drag-and-drops' the TU file you have on ye' computer into that folder, saved and now ye' should have dat TU on ye' flash drive. Some TUs actually requires newer versions of the main Xbox update. Requires AT LEAST a computer, an Xbox 360 config'd flash drive, and a few programs the update itself on ye' computer. As for the TU (TU13 is the newest unless ye' wanna wait til TU14), there is a trusted site that specific stores every TU for every game. It'll catch the flash drive and simply 'open folder' IN the program (Not via Windows). First way is, asking someone (Like myself) for the folders info that you'll need...(I can't remember the numbers for TU4 of Rock Band 3 but it was something along the lines of "No Profile" - "Title Updates" ; and like I said, the words don't matter. From there, it is simply plug it into the Xbox, move the file, and play! Meaning, if ye' Xbox isn't fully updated, then ye' might have issues. (Getting the programs and update itself does require internet so ye' might wanna go to the library with a norm PC flash drive and get them there). There a good handful of programs used to read Xbox 360 flash drives. The second way is, if you always have a TU of Minecraft then simply move that onto de' flash drive before beginning.If you have not hooked your XBox to the internet in a while you will have to download any XBox updates that have come out since your XBox was last connected to the internet before you can download the Minecraft update. Once you have everything ready, simply plug the Xbox flash drive into ye' computer and run ye' Xbox program.