Updating xbox via usb
Given that the system isn't out yet and players can't check for their OS version, those looking to get a head start on the process will need to account for that missing nugget of information.After setting up their USB stick, the next step is to power off and unplug your Xbox One, plug the power cord back in after 30 seconds then hold the bind and eject buttons while turning the system on.UPDATE: Microsoft has removed its instructions for updating Xbox One without connecting it to the internet.The company issued Eurogamer a statement contradicting its earlier claim that the site could be used to manually update an Xbox One's firmware.
It is not a replacement for the online update." ORIGINAL STORY: Xbox One requires a day one update as soon as you get your console, but what happens if you can't connect it to the internet?Transfer the contents of the zip file to the root directory of your NTFS formatted USB flash drive.Unplug your network cable,fully power off your console for at least 30 seconds, and plug the flash drive into your Xbox One.Those looking to update their systems offline will need a USB stick with at least two gigabytes of space on it, and will need to format it as NTFS on their computers.After checking their OS version on their Xbox One consoles, they can then download one of two compressed files to their computer from the Xbox support page, unzip them and copy the contents to the root of the USB stick.
The emergency offline update is intended for users having trouble downloading the system update from Xbox Live.