Using Kinect for an Xbox Redeem Code
Xbox Kinect can be use to read your Xbox redeem codes for easy access. Not only can they scan QR codes from your regular redeem codes, but they can also redeem gift cards, give aways, and pretty much anything with a QR code related to your Xbox One.
To begin scanning the QR code, all you have to do is use the voice command, “Xbox, use a code.” This will then cause your Kinect to activate and start scanning the room it is located in. Simply hold up your Xbox redeem code or redeem gift card up in front of the Kinect camera and it will automatically read and, well, redeem, your Xbox redeem code. Whatever it is you have purchased the code for, your Xbox One will download it immediately if connected to the internet. Naturally, make sure that your net connection is not interrupted. However, even if it is, you can simply start it up again with no worries. Do note that the marvelous technology of the Kinect enables it to see QR codes up to 6 feet from its camera.
Use a QR Code Generator
Now, if you happen to have an Xbox redeem code that is in the form of a 25 digit string to manually input and you don’t like that method, you could always visit legitimate and trustworthy sites that will transform your 25 digit code into a QR code for some easy Kinect scanning. You can print out this QR code or simply use your smartphone to show to the Kinect camera.
The Old Fashioned Way
As it was explained in an earlier article, you can also use the old fashioned way of entering an Xbox Redeem Code. Again, it can be confusing for a first timer, so we can’t really blame you for not finding it immediately. Go to Apps and select “Use a Code” in the menu system. Just scroll to the right until you find that bit. Once there, all you really have to do is enter the 25 digit code and you’re golden.
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