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Install XBoX Games To Your Hdd Over the Internet Using Ftp Complete Tutorial Guide

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First post, and happy to be here. I want to share something that will add value to the community. I've put together a video tutorial on how you can install games directly to the XBOX HDD through the internet and FTP. All you'll need is your softmodded XBOX, an Ethernet cable, and the HDD Ready games you want on the HDD. You'll be up and running with it in no time. Full how-to video is below. Please let me know if this video helps you so that I can make XBOX content that makes your gaming experience more enjoyable.

 

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Blaine

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Hi K-9! It sure does. FileZilla is free for both Win10 and Mac and will FTP over to the XBOX in exactly the same way. I have both Win10 PCs and Macs and both connect with ease. This is a super easy setup for softmodded XBOX consoles and really adds to the fun factor and ease of use in the long run.

-Blaine

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29 minutes ago, K-9 said:

Works for windows 10 as well ?

yes, this works on windows 10, I have done this with all windows versions starting with xp all the way to the current windows 10. though i would not recommend filezilla for your FTP client, instead i would use FlashFXP

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I thought this was just standard. This has always been the way to transfer games to the hdd. Even back when the scene was alive in the early 00’s this was the done thing. Oh well maybe there’s people out there that didn’t know it could be done. 

Personally like @M0RPH10U5 I’ve been doing it this way for years!!  Download the game, extract the iso and ftp it across.

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5 minutes ago, nikeymikey said:

I thought this was just standard. This has always been the way to transfer games to the hdd. Even back when the scene was alive in the early 00’s this was the done thing. Oh well maybe there’s people out there that didn’t know it could be done. 

Personally like @M0RPH10U5 I’ve been doing it this way for years!!  Download the game, extract the iso and ftp it across.

Back in the hayday people I modded for had no idear about FTP.

I have never cloned a xbox drive when copying to a new drive I just set up a FTP sesion and go to bed or work sometimes both. But then when I was modding a 160igig drive was considered huge and if you had 160gig in a desktop you where lucky. 

SS Dave

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2 hours ago, SS_Dave said:

Back in the hayday people I modded for had no idear about FTP.

I have never cloned a xbox drive when copying to a new drive I just set up a FTP sesion and go to bed or work sometimes both. But then when I was modding a 160igig drive was considered huge and if you had 160gig in a desktop you where lucky. 

SS Dave

Lol, yeah, I remember those days. Back when terabyte drives were just a dream, and ssd's were far and few, and expensive as hell.

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8 hours ago, M0RPH10U5 said:

Lol, yeah, I remember those days. Back when terabyte drives were just a dream, and ssd's were far and few, and expensive as hell.

My 1st desk top had a HUGE 10 megabyte hard drive and my mate was running a BBS using a Comodore 64 with a hacked bios and a 7 megabyte Hard drive.

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Just throwing my bit in as not everybody knows this.

The Xbox is capable of mounting xiso directly from hard drive using attach.xbe. There isn't any reason to extract/decompress your xiso files simply drop the xiso into the (GAME FOLDER) along with attach.xbe (renamed to default.xbe) and a nice default.png and you're done!

UNLESS, you want to play MGS2 or Jade Empire then you will need to use xiso split beforehand.

Most of the tools I've mentioned are available in rocky5 github.

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Yes, 7z is just another type of .zip file. In the video, I used Keka on Mac OS. It's a $2 app from the App Store that handles a high number of compression types quite gracefully on Mac. Does both compression and extraction well.

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