The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

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The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by ahgvjn » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:49 am

1. Register as an app developer for Windows Or the alternative to share developer account (cost $6.35).

It costs $19 to pay for the developer account/$6.35 shared developer account..

2. Switch the Xbox One to Dev mode
1)Search and install the Dev Mode Activation app on the App Store
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2)Launch the Dev Mode Activation app
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3)Click Next button(Press A) till you get the activation code
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4)Browse to the Developer Dashboard from a browser on a PC
5)Login with your registered developer account and password
6)Go to "Account settings->Xbox One development consoles"
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7)Click "Enter activation code" button and enter the activation code displayed on Xbox One
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8)Click "Agree and activate" button
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9)Click "Switch and restart" button(press A) on Xbox One.
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10)After Xbox One reboots, if it disconnects from network, make sure to reconnect network. Make sure Xbox One and PC are connected to the same network.
11)Log in Xbox One using the registered developer account
3. Download and install the Window 10 SDK on the PC
1)Click "Download the standalone SDK" button to start downloading the SDK.
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2)Click "Next" button
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3)Click "Next" button
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4)Click "Accept" button
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5)Select all features and click "Install" button
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6)After the installation is done, launch Command Prompt and run command "winappdeploycmd -v"
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7)If the command outputs version information, the SDK has been successfully installed on PC.
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4. Purchase and download an emulator from Store
1)Click Store, Click "ADD TO CART" button below any emulator you want to purchase
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2)Click "View Cart" to go to the cart page, and click "PROCEED TO CHECKOUT" button
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3)Fill in your info and click the "PROCEED TO PAYPAL" button
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4)After the payment is done, click "Return to xb1emu.com" link to go to the emulator download page
5)Download the emulator zip file to PC
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6)Extract the emulator from downloaded zip file on PC
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7)Record the path where the emulator exists
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5. Install(side load) the emulator into Xbox One
1)Launch DEV HOME app from Xbox One on Dev mode
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2)Click(Press A) "Manage Xbox Device Portal" button
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3)Check "Enable Xbox Device Portal" checkbox
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4)Uncheck "Require authentication to access Xbox Device Portal" checkbox and click "Close" button
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5)From a browser on PC, browse to the URL under above "Enable Xbox Device Portal" checkbox, such as https://192.168.1.7:11443 in my case
6)Under Applications tab, click "Select a file" button
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7)Select the appx file you extracted
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8)Click "Deploy" button and wait for the uploading and installation till it displays "Done! ". Select the app name from the drop down list and click "Start" button
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6. Play with pleasure
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You can easily switch back to normal mode by clicking the "Leave dev mode" button within the DEV HOME app.

Each emulator costs $4.99. I will do continuous development and bug fixes for all emulators. New updates will be sent to buyer's paypal email. I will post announcement on forum when an update is available. If there's any error or bugs you can't resolve, post the error message on the forum or contact me via email(customersupport@xb1emu.com). I'd be glad to help you.

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by BiG Porras » Sun Jan 29, 2017 11:07 pm

Switch xbox to dev mode, will reset all data and uninstall all games?
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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by ahgvjn » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:27 am

BiG Porras wrote:
Sun Jan 29, 2017 11:07 pm
Switch xbox to dev mode, will reset all data and uninstall all games?
Switch from normal to dev mode will not erase anything.

In the opposite way, if you leave dev mode to return to normal mode, you might select keeping your installed emulators on the dev mode.

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by BiG Porras » Tue Jan 31, 2017 10:11 pm

ahgvjn wrote:
Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:27 am
BiG Porras wrote:
Sun Jan 29, 2017 11:07 pm
Switch xbox to dev mode, will reset all data and uninstall all games?
Switch from normal to dev mode will not erase anything.

In the opposite way, if you leave dev mode to return to normal mode, you might select keeping your installed emulators on the dev mode.
OK! thanks dude :)
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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by Lyon » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:14 am

I can not install GBA10, I have the Failure reason: Failed to start deployment error. Failure text: Package failed updates, dependency or conflict validation.
(0x80073cf3), any solution?

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by ahgvjn » Sat Feb 11, 2017 5:39 am

Lyon wrote:
Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:14 am
I can not install GBA10, I have the Failure reason: Failed to start deployment error. Failure text: Package failed updates, dependency or conflict validation.
(0x80073cf3), any solution?
The install bug's fixed. Check your email for the package.

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by cacaroka » Sun Apr 16, 2017 6:10 am

in step 2 , 10 ) must connet pc & xbox in same network ? or can different network?

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by Smoke » Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:02 pm

cacaroka wrote:
Sun Apr 16, 2017 6:10 am
in step 2 , 10 ) must connet pc & xbox in same network ? or can different network?
Uhm, I've only tried it on the same local network, but with the ports open and redirecting on the router to the internal ip and the correct port ... it should work. We have tried and recommended to be on the same local network both the console and the PC.

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by cacaroka » Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:35 am

interesting.. ok if i did everything how i install emulators on my xbox if i won't use same network on pc and xbox1 ? can by usb flash or it will be direct on my xb1 ?
second question please: if i changed to dev mode will lose all my instead games ?
sorry about my questions but i want understand everything befor i do this :)

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Re: The full guide of installing an emulator on Xbox One

Post by Smoke » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:31 am

cacaroka wrote:
Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:35 am
interesting.. ok if i did everything how i install emulators on my xbox if i won't use same network on pc and xbox1 ? can by usb flash or it will be direct on my xb1 ?
Hi, the installation of the emulator must through the service "Device Portal" to be able to load the application through the browser in the Xbox One. We only tried it with the PC and Xbox One in the same network. To be able to access from a different network requires that from that other network have access to the console and the port established, which is 11443. We recommend you to install both computers on the same network and then change to play and is already .
cacaroka wrote:
Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:35 am
second question please: if i changed to dev mode will lose all my instead games ?
sorry about my questions but i want understand everything befor i do this :)
You will not lose anything when you exit Developer Mode. Once the application is installed it stays forever. Of course, always leaving the developer mode to return to commercial mode asks if you want to delete all applications: always say NO (uncheck the box) :)

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