Before installing the update on the Xbox One, users will need to unplug the network cable, power off the console and unplug the power cord.
After powering back up — if done correctly — the system will issue two "power-up" tones.
Users can then download the update on a flash drive from their PC, and transfer the files to their Xbox One.
The flash drive will require at least 2 GB of space and must be formatted correctly.
Step-by-step instructions are available on the support page."The first power-up tone will occur approximately 10 seconds after powering up," the post reads."This indicates that a USB update has been detected.Sorry for going on and on, but I feel like someone in the future might be doing his or her own research into this, and just might stumble onto this archive. For the record, I don't know which firmware she is currently running, but it can't be super old since it's got the current Windows 8-ish interface.I'll be doing the backwards compatibility update and then the system update. So, my friend just got a used xbox 360 but doesn't have an internet connection.