I added games and applications to my Zune very easily but a lot of people get the impression from the instructions at ZuneBoards that it's way too complicated. So I made this Instructable to try to simplify things a little.
After you figure out what's going on, you can add a lot of games and applications to your Zune quickly and easily.
Refer to the images in this Instructable to get a better understanding of how to use Visual C#.
Note: This Instructable has been revised for the Zune 3.0 firmware update.
And also, this Instructable has been changed to collaboration. Since I no longer have a Zune, I don't really keep up with the cool stuff.
Step 1: Download and Install
Note: If you updated your Zune from 2.5 to 3.0 you will need to uninstall Microsoft XNA Game Studio CTP.
The first program is Microsoft XNA Game Studio 3.0. Download it for free here:
The other is Visual C# 2008 Express Edition. Download it here:
Install Visual C# 2008 Express Edition first (vcssetup.exe), then install Microsoft XNA Game Studio 3.0 (XNAGS30_setup.exe).
XNA Game Studio 3.0 is a toolset intended for developing games on the Zune, Windows Computers and Xbox 360. Since we are not developing games (just syncing them to the Zune) we won't use it but it still needs to be installed for any of this to work.