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Offline System Update: How to download and update your Xbox One S with a flash drive


How to Download Xbox One S Update to Flash Drive




If you want to update your Xbox One S console without an internet connection, you can use the Xbox Offline System Update (OSU) process. This process allows you to download a file to a USB flash drive and then install that file directly onto your console. In this article, we will show you how to download Xbox One S update to flash drive and perform the offline system update in a few easy steps.




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Introduction




What is the Xbox Offline System Update (OSU) process?




The Xbox Offline System Update (OSU) process is a way of updating your Xbox Series XS or Xbox One console by using a USB flash drive with a downloaded file. This method can be useful if you have a slow or unreliable internet connection, or if you want to troubleshoot some issues with your console. The OSU process can also help you restore your console to factory settings if you need to.


Why do you need to download Xbox One S update to flash drive?




There are several reasons why you might need to download Xbox One S update to flash drive and perform the offline system update. Some of them are:


  • You have recently replaced the hard drive or other hardware components of your console.



  • Your console is stuck on a green or black screen, or it won't start up at all.



  • Your console is experiencing errors or glitches that prevent it from updating online.



  • You want to update your console without using your internet bandwidth or data plan.



What do you need to perform the offline system update?




To use the offline system update, you will need:


  • A Windows-based PC with an internet connection and a USB port.



  • A USB flash drive with a minimum 6 GB of space formatted as NTFS.



  • The Offline System Update file (OSU1) downloaded from the Xbox Support website.



  • Your Xbox Series XS or Xbox One console with a working power supply.



Step 1: Download the Offline System Update file (OSU1)




How to format a USB flash drive to NTFS on Windows




Most USB flash drives come formatted as FAT32 and will have to be reformatted to NTFS. Note that formatting a USB flash drive for this procedure will erase all files on it. Back up or transfer any files on your flash drive before you format it. To format a USB flash drive to NTFS on Windows, follow these steps:


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  • Plug your USB flash drive into a USB port on your computer.



  • Open File Explorer and locate your flash drive under Devices and drives.



  • Right-click on your flash drive and select Format from the pop-up menu.



  • Select NTFS from the File system drop-down menu.



  • Check the Quick Format box and click Start.



  • Click OK when prompted to confirm that you want to format the drive.



  • Wait for the format process to complete and click OK when done.



How to download and unzip the OSU1 file




To download and unzip the OSU1 file, follow these steps:


  • Go to the and scroll down to the Offline System Update file section.



  • Click on the Download link for the OSU1 file and save it to your computer.



  • Locate the OSU1.zip file on your computer and right-click on it.



  • Select Extract All from the pop-up menu and choose a destination folder for the extracted files.



  • Click Extract and wait for the extraction process to complete.



How to copy the $SystemUpdate file to your flash drive




To copy the $SystemUpdate file to your flash drive, follow these steps:


  • Open the destination folder where you extracted the OSU1.zip file and locate the $SystemUpdate file.



  • Right-click on the $SystemUpdate file and select Copy from the pop-up menu.



  • Open File Explorer and locate your flash drive under Devices and drives.



  • Double-click on your flash drive to open it.



  • Right-click on an empty space inside your flash drive and select Paste from the pop-up menu.



  • Wait for the copying process to complete and eject your flash drive safely from your computer.



Step 2: Update your console




How to bring up the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter




To bring up the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter, follow these steps:


  • Make sure your console is turned off and unplugged from the power outlet.



  • Plug one end of a USB cable into a controller and plug the other end into a USB port on your console.



  • Press and hold the Bind button (the one with three horizontal lines) and the Eject button (the one with a triangle) on your console at the same time.



  • While holding those buttons, plug your console back into the power outlet and press the Xbox button on your console.



  • Continue holding the Bind and Eject buttons for 10-15 seconds or until you hear two power-up tones a couple of seconds apart.



  • Release the Bind and Eject buttons and wait for the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter to appear on your screen.



How to plug the USB flash drive with the OSU1 file into your console




To plug the USB flash drive with the OSU1 file into your console, follow these steps:


  • Locate a USB port on your console. There are three USB ports on an Xbox One S: one on the front, one on the back, and one on the left side.



  • Plug your USB flash drive into any of these USB ports. Make sure it fits securely and does not wobble.



How to select the Offline system update option




To select the Offline system update option, follow these steps:


  • Use your controller to navigate through the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter menu. You can use the D-pad or left stick to move up or down, and press A to select an option.



  • Select Offline system update from the menu. If you don't see this option, it means that either your flash drive is not formatted correctly, or you don't have the correct OSU1 file on it. Go back to Step 1 and make sure you followed all the instructions correctly.



How to wait for the update to complete and restart your console




To wait for the update to complete and restart your console, follow these steps:


  • Wait for the update process to start. You will see a progress bar on your screen indicating how much time is left. Do not turn off or unplug your console during this process, as this may damage it or cause errors.



  • Wait for your console to restart automatically after the update is done. You will see a green Xbox logo on your screen followed by a black screen. This may take several minutes, so be patient.



  • If everything went well, you will see a welcome screen asking you to sign in with your account. Congratulations, you have successfully updated your console using a flash drive!



Conclusion




Summary of the main points




In this article, we have shown you how to download Xbox One S update to flash drive and perform an offline system update. This method can help you update your console without an internet connection, or troubleshoot some issues with it. To do this, you need a Windows PC, a USB flash drive, and the OSU1 file downloaded from the Xbox Support website. You also need to format your flash drive to NTFS, copy the $SystemUpdate file to it, and bring up the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter on your console. Then, you can select the Offline system update option and wait for the update to complete and restart your console.


Call to action and closing remarks




We hope this article has been helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below. Also, don't forget to check out our other articles on Xbox tips and tricks, gaming news, reviews, and more. Thank you for reading and happy gaming!


FAQs




Q: How do I know which OSU file to download?




A: There are different OSU fil


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