Xbox One developer menu settings code

By Alan Ng - Dec 2, 2013

You may remember during the development stage of the Xbox One, that Microsoft confirmed that all consoles would be able to double up as a ‘development kit’. This naturally raised some eyebrows, but was not discussed in length after the console launched in November – until now that is.

It has now been revealed by some users that Microsoft were not lying. A secret Xbox One developer menu settings page is hidden on the Xbox One and can be unlocked by performing a simple code on the controller.

Go to your Xbox One settings, input the following into your Xbox One controller: left bumper, right bumper, left trigger and then right trigger.

If done correctly, you should see the screen above allowing you to access a screen that Microsoft doesn’t want you to access. The company has already warned against this, by saying that tampering with some of the settings could render your console useless.

We imagine that there are a lot of intrigued Xbox One users now though who won’t be able to resist temptation and take a look at what is possible. Xbox One patch coming around the corner we would say – let us know your findings from the Xbox One developer menu so far.

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