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Xbox 360 update adds WPA2 support to Wi-Fi adapter

By Jos
Oct 28, 2009
  1. JieMan

    JieMan TS Rookie Posts: 65

    I'm glad the new adapter has support but I feel they should really start adding wifi built into the console now . One of the biggest things I despise about Microsoft is the way they milk the customer for everything. I own an Xbox 360 but if I were buying a new console today I would choose a PS3 for sure , as its built in wifi , bluetooth , and blueray ..
    Microsoft makes you use proprietary accessories that they charge alot for .. why is the wireless N adapter for the Xbox 99 dollars when I just bought a wireless N usb adapter for my PC for 15 bux . The same can be said about there wireless headset , which is a letdown at working consistently. but above all else why they make you pay for Xbox-live gold when all they do is advertising and try and sell you stuff to make them more money, I would expect that on the free silver membership. Funny how the price of games went up with the new consoles ( claiming is was licensing fees ,, but to who ? Microsoft) and still we pay for Xbox-live
     
  2. A lot of people with modded boxes were caught after that update there is something more than the wireless security in that update. Google or youtube xbox 360 new ban wave
     
  3. canijo

    canijo TS Rookie

    Xbox 360 update adds WPA2 support to Wi-Fi

    Xbox 360 update adds WPA2 support to Wi-Fi

    Is it mean I can use an standard "wi fi usb adaptor" to to comunicate with my router or get on line?
     
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