How to Bulk move your games to Xbox One X (Scorpio)

Here’s How:

So if you have invested in the new Microsoft Xbox One X (or Scorpio edition) you will need to get all them games across to your new Xbox as quick as possible so in this article I tell you how.

If you are following this and want to watch the video instead head over to my youtube channel HERE where there is a complete video on how to transfer your Xbox One games to your Xbox One X.

With this recently added ability to transfer Games and Apps between drives in bulk, Microsoft has made the process easier for the big transitions. This is especially helpful for those upgrading to the Xbox One X this Autumn, allowing large games (and their 4K updates) to be transferred with ease.

  1. Open the Settings app on Xbox One.
  2. Navigate to the System tab.
  3. Select Storage.
  4. Scroll over to the right and select the drive you are moving the content from.
  5. Press A to select.
  6. Select Transfer.
  7. Select the items you plan to transfer. If moving all items, choose Select all.
  8. Choose Copy to copy all items between drives. To completely move the items, select Move. A pop-up message will appear asking for confirmation.
  9. Confirm your choice to initiate the transfer.

If you have followed correctly your move over to a new Xbox One X console and games will be ready to go! Make sure to keep in mind that all game installations are tied to a physical disc or account license, so ensure either disc or correct log in is present before running your transferred games.

 

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XBOX One X Official Lucid LS35X Headset


So although the recent thought was these were to be working on Bluetooth connectivity it appears the initial reports are incorrect, it now appears Lucidsound will be  using Wi-Fi Direct technology. The company approached Microsoft about licensing their Wi-Fi Direct technology last year, but were told that the company wasn’t taking any new partners. However, Microsoft came back to them after a month, since they had worked with Tritton in the past, and liked the work they are doing with LucidSound. So after being told it wasn’t possible, LucidSound now is licensed to use the Wi-Fi Direct technology.

Looking at the main selling points (and lack of Bluetooth) all looks good on these officially licensed cans. Heres hoping they have a better launch than the new Turtle Beach 600 and 700 series which have been plagued with mic drop outs and hissing noises (according to early reviews on Amazon and several Youtube videos)

Getting back to the LucidSound headphones the main points are below.

  • Officially Licensed Xbox wireless: connects directly to your Xbox One Console in the same way as a wireless Controller and configures automatically. No wires or base station is needed
  • Comfort: Designed for long-play sessions the LS35X uses memory foam ear cushions that offer superior comfort. Newly Designed oval ear cups create more space for increased comfort.
  • Intuitive controls: the LS35X features intuitive and Easy to use volume and mute controls using a unique system which is seamlessly integrated into the Aesthetic design of the headset.
  • Crystal clear chat with dual microphones: dual microphone design offers a flexible boom mic with advanced noise cancellation. Remove the boom mic to use the integrated mic.
  • Sound quality: immerse yourself in signature LucidSound audio acoustics. Users can choose between stereo or two Surround modes: Windows Sonic for headphones or Dolby atmos for headphones.

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