I’ll provide links to those drives once they’re available.Until then, starting April 6th (when we release the system update) you can pop any flash drive over 1GB into your Xbox 360 and configure it as storage.Original Xbox games cannot be stored on a USB flash drive.
To use USB storage, you'll either need the recommended preconfigurered Xbox 360 branded San Disk USB flash drive, or you'll need to configure your own USB.
Your USB will need to be formatted to FAT32 if it is not already, this can be done on your computer.
I know that a recent update allowed you to use USB flash drives to store game data.
Can you buy anything on the Xbox Live Marketplace and save it to a flash drive?
I don't want to buy one and I need to know if I can format a USB flash drive or do something with a USB to make it act like a hard drive.
You can use up to 2TB, (with OS version: 2.0.17349.0 or later, otherwise there's a 16GB limit) from a USB for expanding the memory of an Xbox 360 console, for profiles, game saves and downloadable content.
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I'm trying to install Destiny the Taken King but it says I have to have an Xbox 360 hard drive.
Hopefully I will even be able to save game replays and such?