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Monday November 28, 2005 5:21 pm
Xbox 360 iPod Connectivity
A lot of portable audio players can be connected to the Xbox 360, but the iPod is undoubtedly the most popular and also the one that requires a few extra steps in order to get it working on the 360. Unfortunately, if you don’t visit the Xbox support pages, you won’t know why some songs don’t play or have a big red circle with a strike through it. Turns out an additional codec is required in order for the 360 to play AAC files from the iPod. Luckily the Xbox Support pages can help us out here. You will need a memory unit if you don’t have a hard drive.
- Go to the Xbox Live area of the Xbox Dashboard and select Xbox Live Marketplace, Game Downloads.
- Select All Games, Alphabetical List of Games.
- Select Optional iPod Support twice (once from Xbox Live Marketplace and again from the Xbox Guide screen), then Confirm Download.
- Once your download is complete, select Done and press BACK or B three times to return to the Xbox Dashboard.
Now why Microsoft didn’t just include this codec with every Memory unit sold or every Hard Drive available is beyond us, but now we can enjoy our full music collection on the new Xbox with no problems.
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