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Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 4:07 am   
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Xbox 360 USB Device Compatibility - An updated list
http://www.360-hq.com/xbox-tutorials-22.html

Read Comments after list..

Xbox 360 USB Compatible Devices:
Antec Notebook Cooler
Apple Keyboard (w/ Built in USB Hub)
Belkin 64mb USB Flash Drive
BUSlink USB 2.0 Disk On The Go/Lite (20GB and 40GB external)
Cannon Powershot A70
Cosair Flash Voyager 4gb
Creative Muvo 1GB MP3 player
Creative Zen MP3 Player (w/ firmware upgrade from creative.com)
Creative Zen Micro MP3 Player (w/ firmware upgrade from creative.com)
Data Traveler 1GB (thumb drive)
Dell 256mb Memory Key (thumb drive)
Fuji Digital Camera
Generic 256 MB USB Pen Drive
Hitachi Micro Drive 6GB (via CFII reader)
HP Photosmart 735 Digital Camera
Iomega 60 GB USB Hard Drive
iPaq rx3115
iPod (all) - AAC patch from the Marketplace is needed for iTunes.
iPod Nano - AAC patch from the Marketplace is needed for iTunes.
iPod Shuffle - AAC patch from the Marketplace is needed for iTunes.
iPod Video 5th Generation (Doesn't stream video, WILL work for audio and picture)
iRiver T-10
iRiver PMP-120
iRiver Clix (Doesn't stream video, WILL work for audio and picture)
Pocketec (External USB) 40 GB Drive (Formatted in fat32 and 32gigs or smaller)
Keyboard - Basic USB
Kingston 1GB Mini Flash Drive
Kingston Datatraveler 2GB
Kingston Datatraveler 4GB
Kodak CX7430
Lexar 512MB Flash Drive (works)
Lexar Flash Jumpdrive (Should work for most sizes if not all)
Lexar 4GB
Memorex 128MB Flash drive
Memorex 1GB Memory Stick
Memorex 8G Flash drive
MS Natural Pro keyboard
Original Xbox Wireless adapter (MN-740)
PNY (1GB)
PNY Attaché 16GB
Rio Carbon 5GB
SanDisk Cruzer 256MB Mini USB Drive
Sandisk Cruzer 2GB
Sandisk Cruzer 4GB
Sandisk Cruzer 8GB
Sandisk Cruzer 16GB
Sandisk Cruzer Contour 16GB
SanDisk ImageMate 12-in-1 Reader/Writer
Seagate 250GB USB HDD (works fine when formatted in FAT32)
Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Pro 500GB USB External Hard Drive (Formatted as FAT32 using 'HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool')
Sony DSC-F707 Digital Camera
sony Ericsson k800i (works)
Sony PSP (Playstation Portable)
USB Hub (4-way-connector has been tested)
Visual Land VL-340 1GB MP3 player / USB Thumb drive
VuPoint MSX400 Digital Camera
Western Digital - MY BOOK (All Versions) (Ready to go out of the box video & audio for xbox 360)
Zune

Non Compatible Devices
Sony Walkman AW 815


We will update this list shown above as time permits.. Please feel free to reply in this topic right here if you have a device you want to add to this list and you can confirm that it works.

I will update both the tutorial and the forum topic with all working USB devices.. I may even add a database too if there is a need in the future.

anyway, back to the lab.. enjoy the list.


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Post Posted: Sat Mar 31, 2007 11:02 am   
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iRiver Clix works, but only for audio. I believe the Zune works, but I'm not sure what media works.


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I also tested PNY (1GB) it plays audio fine.


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Seagate 250GB external HDD works fine when formatted in FAT32, also have tried a 1GB kingston mini flash drive and it is fine also.


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Post Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 4:21 am   
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Can flash drives be used as mem cards yet?


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Post Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 2:10 pm   
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priest108 wrote:
Can flash drives be used as mem cards yet?


Same question here. Still searching for an answer, will post if I find anything. If anyone knows the answer to this please feel free to inform us POOR ignorant fools. This probably should be a new topic all together if it isn't already.


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I don't think it be used for memory cards yet. I know you can put music files/video files on the flash drive and watch them on the xbox 360 though.
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dartht33bagger wrote:
I don't think it be used for memory cards yet. I know you can put music files/video files on the flash drive and watch them on the xbox 360 though.


From what i remember M$ blocked writing to the USB ports..
You can only read data.. So NO..

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I tried to dump vids to a flash drive and it wouldnt allow it.....

I did however dump files from the flash to the xbox harddrive.....

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List has been upgraded.. Smile If you have anything to add feel free to reply.
The more info the better guys.

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