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How to adjust screen size on xbox series s ( not tv settings)


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Hi I think I know what you are looking for. This is the only way to set up the screen, if this is what you are looking for. As well remember that you can’t directly adjust the aspect ratio or screen size on your Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X. Instead, the game console will provide a reference point that you can use.

  1. Next, press the Xbox button on the controller (this button has the Xbox logo and should be lit up) in order to launch the Guide menu.
  2. Switch over to the “Profile & system” tab.
  3. In the “Profile & system” tab, select Settings.
  4.  After getting to the Settings menu, select General on the left side.
  5. Select “TV & display options" and inside the “General – TV & display options” menu, select Calibrate TV.
  6. In the Calibrate TV menu, select Next.
  7. In the “Recommended settings” screen, select Next.
  8.  In the “Aspect ratio & sharpness” screen, you should get your reference point.
  9. With the screen from the previous step showing on your TV, use tv remote to open settings. If you are using a monitor, then you should open your monitor settings.
  10.  In the settings of your TV set or monitor, look for the option that will let you adjust the screen size or change the aspect ratio.
  11. Your main objective is to make sure that the “Aspect ratio & sharpness” screen has a green line that stretches out to the entirety of your display.
  12. ]You should also make sure that the square and circle shapes are perfect as these shouldn’t be stretched or squeezed.
  13. If you can’t get the green lines to appear on your television, then you should aim to have the blue lines stretched to the entirety of your televisions screen or monitor.
  14. Once you are done, you can press the Xbox button and then select Home to get back to the Home menu of your Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X.

Good luck and hopefully this is what you are looking for.

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