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Am o missing something it fits the new Xbox app on iOS only do a fraction of what the old one did?

 

 No region settings, no store or ability to buy games or see prices when searching for them. No way to redeem vouchers. 
 

What a shame. The app was my preferred way to browse the store. 

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1 hour ago, Pob said:

No store?? That's bizarre - do they not want to sell stuff? I can only assume it's going to be added back in (hopefully more natively integrated) or they're going to release a separate app.

 

They don't want to pay Apple 30% I imagine.

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4 hours ago, HarryBizzle said:

 

It's not content you can use on your phone or via the app, so they can sell it without paying Apple a cut. They have done until now.

 

With XCloud, is that now strictly true, maybe Apple and Google are being dicks about it.

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So I'm looking to setup either my old Xbox One or One X at my parents house for the winter months as they won't be going anywhere and I want them to have access to my game catalogue but under their own profile and not using my gamertag.

 

Anyone know how to do this? Is it setting up a gamertag for them and linking it into my family account, or setting up the console I give them as my "home console" or something like that? 

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I may have already asked this... getting old :blah:

 

I am getting a 1tb ssd and USB adapter thingie and hoping to get some games downloaded onto it for series x launch day but I don’t own an Xbox at the moment... I can borrow a friends and assume login to my account on that, download the games to the external drive and then plug that into my series x - does that sound feasible?

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Also, in addition to @Shimmyhillquestion above. 

 

To prep for Series X launch day so I can plug my current USB3 drive into it to save on downloads on the day. 

 

Is it literally as simple as that? And should I transfer the stuff stored internally over to the USB as well so I am ready to plug, transfer and play? 

 

(My internet is okay but not amazing)

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26 minutes ago, Yiggy said:

Also, in addition to @Shimmyhillquestion above. 

 

To prep for Series X launch day so I can plug my current USB3 drive into it to save on downloads on the day. 

 

Is it literally as simple as that? And should I transfer the stuff stored internally over to the USB as well so I am ready to plug, transfer and play? 

 

(My internet is okay but not amazing)

 

Whaever storage you're currently using for your Xbox One, you can simply plug it into your Xbox Series X. 

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On 25/10/2020 at 16:44, Mr Do 71 said:

 

Whaever storage you're currently using for your Xbox One, you can simply plug it into your Xbox Series X. 


Also note there is a backup option in Settings that allows you to save your console setup info to your external drive. So when you plug it into your new machine it automatically copies all your settings over. 

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