Many Xbox One users experienced an issue with the system update, such as error code 0x8b05000f.

While trying to perform a mandatory system update, sometimes this error can interrupt the process, leaving users in a frustrating loop.

One user described this issue as follows:

Recently there is an mandatory update and im trying to update my xbox one s the update stops at 47% and this error code 0x8B05000F 0x00000000 0x90070007 comes what’s the problem can anyone help please I’m experiencing it from last 3-4 days.please help

This error could be caused by Xbox software or hardware issues.

Fixing this issue requires you to follow our solutions.

Here’s how to fix update error code 0x8b05000f on Xbox One

1. Switch to a wired connection

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  1. If you’re using a Wi-Fi connection, try switching to a wired connection instead, since it’s usually more stable.
  2. In case you’re already using a wired connection, try restarting your router or switching to Wi-Fi connection instead.

2. Perform a power cycle on your console

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  1. Press the Xbox power button on your console until it shuts down.
  2. Leave the console rested for at least one minute.
  3. Turn the Xbox back on and see if it can perform the update properly.

3. Remove additional hard drives

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  1. If you have any external hard drives connected to your console, remove them while the console is turned off.
  2. Power the Xbox back on and see if the update takes place in normal conditions.

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4. Reset the Xbox to factory settings

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  1. Press the power button on your console until it shuts down.
  2. Unplug the power cord for 30 seconds and connect it again.
  3. Press the Xbox power button.
  4. Hold down the Bind button (find it on the side of the console, next to the USB port), and the Eject button at the same time (find the Eject button on the front of the console next to the disk slot).
  5. Keep the Bind and Eject buttons pressed until you hear a second power up chime.
  6. Choose Reset this Xbox One
  7. Select if you want to fully reset the console or keep your saved contents
  8. Wait for the reset process to take place and then attempt to start the update.

If none of the solutions above worked for you, then you might be dealing with a damaged HDD. Ask for professional advice in order to get a correct diagnosis. A hard disk replacement might be needed.

We hope that our solutions helped you fix the update issue. If you liked this article, leave a comment in the comment section below.

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