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Can you put a password on the 360?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Forum' started by MikeyK, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. MikeyK

    MikeyK Member

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    I really need to put a password on my XBOX 360 to stop somone from playing on my xbox 360 ONline and OFFline. Can it be done?
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    Desmo Well-Known Member

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    Not that I know of. Best thing you could do would be to not store the password for your gamertag so somebody can't use it.

    It doesn't stop anybody playing the machine though.
  3. smokedog

    smokedog Active Member

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    You can password your gametag but not the machine.
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    Hide your controllers or the battery packs for the controllers
  5. Example

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    I used to hide the power brick inside a wellington boot, that always stoped the 'person' from using it. :smashin:
  6. Miss Chief

    Miss Chief Active Member

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    The Wellington boot or the Xbox? :D
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  7. MikeyK

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    well ive resorted to removing all vital cables and battery packs and shoving them in the back of my car!!!!! the lenghts i have to goto.
  8. Miss Chief

    Miss Chief Active Member

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    From what i've read you can password your own ID and create another one for someone else and limit that to basically kiddies games and unless they know the password you've set on their profile then they won't be able to play anything apart from barbie's horse riding adventure.
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    Chox1988 Well-Known Member

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    who is going to these kind of lengths to use your 360 :rotfl::rotfl:
  10. Markoos

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    Evil sock gnomes! :eek:
  11. AkheirAX

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    If you have Live I think once you put a passcode on your profile, it stops peeps from logging in until you enter passcode.

    Thats what I have done since day uno, mrs, kids etc cant access it.
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    Okay, me and my bro got a 360 for Christmas, my mom let me set up live on my profile, so I put a passcode on my profile, so my lil bro can't get on it. But it locks live from him using it. Is there a way to only lock my profile?
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    Well you could have your profile on memory card which I do or on a usb stick & just take it out of the machine, then he wont be able to use your account & can play on his as can be stored on the HDD
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    Set the family timer to 15 minutes a day and let the person carry on using it. :devil:
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    What I was going to say.

    Just buy a USB stick and put your profile on that and remove it from the machine when you're not playing.
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    yeah u can't unfortunately i've tried :(
  17. chloeeejayneee

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    I just hide all the games from my brother so he can't go on them
  18. DR Kronenbourg

    DR Kronenbourg Active Member

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    just smack them on the head :devil:
  19. Doug the D

    Doug the D Active Member

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    Don't you kids get taught to play nice and SHARE anymore?:D

    Look at it this way, if "someone" you don't want to allow access to your xbox keeps on doing it, perhaps you could suggest that this person contributes to your hobby? You get more games etc.. they get to not pay out for an xbox... win-win if you ask me!
    If not, perhaps a swift kick in the swede will sort your problem. Passwords? PAH!, we used to treat our siblings different in our day :rotfl:
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  20. rayvazz

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    NOPE! only parental control for mature rated games
  21. Mr Noble

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    yes you can put a password on...silence troll :smashin:

    Using a mixture of the controllers buttons X,Y,A,B LT,RT etc

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