Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Using external storage, part of Up and Running with Xbox One.
After you purchase, download, and install games,…apps, and other media to your xbox,…you may eventually run out of space.…While the storage in xbox may run out,…you can extend the space available…by attaching a USB3 drive.…When you do this, you can move apps…and games to the external drive, along with…your saved data and DLC add-ons.…So let's go ahead and walk through the steps…about how to set up your external drive.…The first thing we need is a…USB3 external hard drive.…
If you take this drive, connect it to your…xbox, we can now use it as an…external storage device.…When you connect the drive,…you'll see this message show up.…It needs to actually initialize the drive.…As you can see, it's currently unformatted,…but it's going to add almost two terabytes…of hard drive space to our xbox.…Go ahead and select "Next" to continue.…We need to give this device a name.…I'm just going to use the existing name here,…"External", but you can name it whatever you want.…You have the option of installing new items…onto the external drive.…
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