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# 213825 13-Apr-2017 19:05
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Since the latest Xbox One update came out, my Xbox has been acting weird. 

 

It keeps losing the controllers,when it does this, the light on the controller starts flashing , then stops completely -  and if it does acknowledge them, go to a 2 player game, and it recognizes both controllers as the same player, rendering 2 player game useless. Ive tried re-syncing them via the USB cable, the button on them, but no go.

 

Any ideas before I do a factory reset ?

 

 





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  # 1764022 13-Apr-2017 19:13
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Is there an firmware update for the controller as well?





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  # 1765090 16-Apr-2017 17:11
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Gonna check, just noticed another update has appeared so installing that as well.




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  # 1765095 16-Apr-2017 17:24
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I find all controllers are iffy on wireless if there is any other 2.4GHz stuff around. I got the stick to use it on the PC and you can see in the control panel when you see what the controllers are doing when moving the analog stick in a smooth circle that there are jumps in the movment on wired, smooth on USB.





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  # 1765134 16-Apr-2017 20:34
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There was a controller update. 





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  # 1765275 17-Apr-2017 12:26
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Have now fully reset console but no change. Not seeing any controller updates.

Still doing same thing but if I plug in via USB it's fine. Nothing changed in the house for wifi except the addition of an iPhone......




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  # 1765291 17-Apr-2017 13:19
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My Xbox One S received a controller update on Saturday




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