Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Xbox SmartGlass, part of Up and Running with Xbox One.
Using a controller is very intuitive…once you get use to it,…but sometimes,…you want to have a deeper level…of interaction with your Xbox.…Xbox SmartGlass does exactly that.…Using your Windows iOS…or Android smartphone or tablet,…you can control your Xbox,…and interactions with apps, games,…and movies in new ways.…To get started,…make sure you download the Xbox One Smartglass…for your tablet or smartphone.…So, I actually already have it here on my Surface.…So if I take a look,…I have the Xbox One SmartGlass app here.…
I'm going to go ahead and tap to open that up.…Now when you install SmartGlass,…you need to connect this to your Xbox One.…You need to make sure that your Xbox,…and your SmartGlass app…are connected to the same network,…so they can see each other.…I'm going to tap up here, 'Connect to Xbox One'.…It'll then find Xbox Ones on your network.…In this case, it found this one.…Tap it to select it,…and if you wish to automatically connect…to this into the future,…make sure that box is checked.…
Tap 'Connect'.…It'll highlight green when it successfully connects,…
- Connecting and powering up the Xbox One
- Working with games and apps
- Signing up for Xbox Live
- Using Xbox with your TV
- Controlling Xbox One with your voice
- Messaging friends
- Using OneDrive with Xbox One
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What's New in December 2014
2. Unpacking and Setup
3. The Xbox One Interface
4. Using Xbox One with Your Digital TV
5. Using Xbox One
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