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Where can one purchase a Microsoft Xbox 360 wireless controller?
The black elite controller will work on any model of xbox 360
There is a small button between the triggers on your controller. Press and hold that button until the lights around the home button go in circles. There is also a small button… on the console that is located above the USB ports and to the left of the power button if your console is oriented so that the disk driver is at the top. Press that button too and your controller should now be synced with your console.
of course why wouldn't it be!
there exists three options: 1. buy the xbox wireless adapter and connect through that. 2. use a laptop and an ethernet cable. to connect to wireless one must bridge the wi…fi and Local Area Connections. 3. Lastly, one can use their phone with internet tethering capability and a data plan. the second option is my favorite one since it's the most cost effective and it works great.
Like all Xbox's you can only connect up to four controllers, even with the elite, but you may buy as many as you WISH we wish you a Life hacked We wish you happy life hack…ed with sitting in couch being gamer
you go to Gamestop, buy a recharagable battery for a XBox 360, you buy a recharage cable, then you put the battery in the back of the controller and plug in the cable. W…ow. How did you not figure that out?
Yes all xbox 360s come with one white wireless controller except on the elite which has one black wireless controller instead
One can purchase Xbox 360 wireless gaming receiver from many game stores espcially GameStop, GameXchange. One also can buy it from Walmart, Target and online through Amazon
9 dollars in cash 12 dollars in store credit
no, only if you dont have a modem your ethernet cord that came with the 360 can attach too. In that case you could buy a longer cord or a adapter.
[SORRY IF THIS IS LONG, BUT HOPEFULLY IT'S WORTH IT]-If by sync, you mean be used on a different console, then the answer is yes. I have experience in doing this. Just make su…re that the xBox 360 console that it is 'synced' with isn't plugged in, otherwise it will react to that console and turn it on. I think if you're planning to keep them both around the controller to use, you should just: unplug the console you don't want it to sync with press that little button on the console found right next to the second memory unit port (only on the other console) press the little button on the controller you want to 'sync' with said console turn on controller AFTER said console is turned on replug the other console and presto! NOTE: IT MAY TAKE A FEW SECONDS FOR THE CONTROLLER TO SYNC WITH THE OTHER CONSOLE, SO BE PATIENT. If this doesn't work and your controller is still trying to go to the console you don't want it to connect with (which wouldn't make any possible sense considering it's unplugged) then try connecting a controller that is already synced with the console to make it the first player. Turn off the console, connect the newly synced controller, and again, Presto! The new one is player one. Don't do this if you don't want to be first player because, well why would you? Okay that's about it. Hope this helps all of you!
W. Controllers only work to maximum 15 meters. (without obstacles in the middle)
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Press the Guide buton in the middle of your controller. Press the little button on the side of your controller that the triggers are on. I believe it's more to the right. Pre…ss the small button just under the right edge of the disc tray of your xbox Wait for em to connect to each other and then you're good to go. Note: If there's already four controllers connected, another controller cannot connect.
Yes. I both asked and answered this question. I hope this helps you people because that's the reason why I posted the question. These are the things you need: -tape (duct tape… preferabley) -WOODEN pencil, not lead, wooden (for reasons shown later) -some sense of strength if required for you -a strong light source (examples: the sun, lightbulb, flashlight, etc.) -sand paper (if needed by instructions) -double stick tape (unless you know the trick on how to make regular tape act like double stick tape) NOTE: THE FIRST PART IS FROM WIKIHOW.COM. ONLY THE LAST PART IS FROM ME. If your xBox 360 controller's batteries are new or fully charged, get a pencil and snap of the lead (I didn't do this though). Use the light to look into the battery back (the thing that holds the batteries and attaches to the controller). There should be 2 small pieces of metal inside (this takes the batteries' energy and runs it through your controller). If it is shiny, use the broken part of the pencil to pull the metal slits up. Not too much (see next paragraph if you did). If it isn't, tape the sandpaper to the bottom of the eraser and gently rub the metal slits, then proceed to previous instruction. Okay. If you DID pull it up too much (like me, your not alone) and you heard something, then you need the strength and duct tape now. break (yes, break) the battery back open so one side is holding the spring & the swith thing that you push down to disconnect the battery back, while the other side holds the metal slits. Only one metal slit can come off. You can reattach it by putting it in its place. There are some bumps that hold it in place, you'll see what I am talking about. Connect that side with the other side by putting it on the controller and taping it down with the duct tape. Your controller now works, but it's tricky replacing the batteries but hey, you can do it. ALMOST FORGOT TO TELL YOU TO MAKE SURE THE BATTERIES ARE INSIDE!
Unlikely, but i do know that there is a wireless receiver for computers to pick up wireless controllers and headsets.
Yes but i wouldn't recommend it. Sometimes it makes other buttons on your controller not work. Only do it if you know what your doing.