I searched some thing on google and nothing worked. The functions of this button vary depending on the app or game. It's for big budget Xbox One games, all six of them! Once it's set to 'forced off', Steam disables all controller functions permenantly. The reason for this is apparently a design fault where the controller uses carbon coated contacts for the metal switches Carbon coated contacts are meant for rubber switches apparently so the metal switches are grinding the carbon into dust and preventing electricity from conducting between the metal switches and the contact, therefore causing the d-pad to fail to register button presses. You need to open it up and remove all bindings from the desktop profile and do the same for any profile specifically tied to the game in question. I don't have one of the security-pin screwdrivers, so I can't take it apart.
The latest update that added X-Box controller support is what did it. Please read and follow the instructions provided to complete this process. Just keep it as a collectible, and buy a new one. You can try updating the controller drivers via this method from Xbox support and this might fix it -. Reverse these instructions to put the controller back together. The fifth is located beneath the battery label so you'll have to pierce it or remove it entirely. Let me know, guys, thanks.
Hope you can solve the Xbox One controller not working issue with methods above. I understand that a lot of people play platformers with d pads as well, I am not one of them. Anyway, the link is here: update 2: You need to sand. You need to open it up and remove all bindings from the desktop profile and do the same for any profile specifically tied to the game in question. Now you can do your sanding. So I have a controller that has a problem with the d-pad, it isn't entirely broken, it doesn't even seem broken upon first glance. Considering the hack uses X-Box controller software to do it.
Go back in with some fine sandpaper to even it out when done: The top pad has been sanded notice how much thinner the outer well-wall is. Even selecting weapons in Gears of War is a bit of a headache. There are several reasons causing this problem. All because they wanted to push their next money-maker. Will have to give that one a try! Cant bring up binoculars, etc.
Now my d-pad has started to malfunction. With padding it feels clicky if that makes sense Flash is the devil for closeup shots too wallace - great pics nontheless tho. But if I go back to my original Xbox one controller the dpad does work with this fix. How to replace Xbox One controller thumbsticks Because the thumbsticks are on the front and all the screws to hold the controller together are on the back, you'll need to do a complete teardown by following these steps. Used to interact with games, apps, and the Xbox One interface. Use this button to access game and app menu options like Settings or Help, along with commands within the user interface such as Enter on a keyboard. You'll find plenty of tutorials on that, but to be clear you're sanding out the outter ring.
If you're having button problems, continue to the next step. Expansion port 9 : This is a recessed port that resides on the bottom-side edge of the controller. There is not just one level of crap. You can fix the problem quickly by using the methods in this post. Only way to navigate the menus is with the analog stick right now.
I guess Steam screwed something up on the latest update. It may not look as good, but it is fast and doesn't require you to take the whole thing apart. Put the membrane back on on top of the space and reassemble the controller: Enjoy! I can also blow into the d-pad which gets it to respond perfectly for about fifteen seconds, after which it goes back to being unresponsive. Clearly, analogue sticks are superior in most ways--and with most games--but would you rather have two good analogue sticks and a good d-pad, or two good analogue sticks and a shitty d-pad? As long as they're compatible with the Xbox One controller, the method remains the same. Coarse grit low to get the plastic out, and a fine grit high to get it smooth again.
I searched some thing on google and nothing worked. My wife also says the pad is noticably better, and will be her new preferred d-pad for the 360 that horrific MadCatz arcade stick was her old favorite -- it has a pretty good dpad, fwiw First things first, why it's not so hot. You're going to put the d-pad plastic back in and put your little plastic thing on top of it: 4: Reassemble and enjoy. I've used my Xbox One fairly consistently since I got it at launch. The controller also won't turn on if the batteries are installed improperly. Thank you all for the help! Open the game, and see if the controller works. If I use a D-Pad now it's to select a weapon or change items.
Don't trash them just yet! It's kinda weird, its clicky now, doesn't feel like a spongy piece of shit anymore. Would you want to pay for two fighting sicks, for what would likely be the cost of a new game each, and only be useful for an extremely small amount of games? Unlike that shitty 360 d-pad that already looks like the incredible clunky mess it is. Not to mention fighting games being pretty unplayable. My Day One Controller has seen a lot of use. Haven't played in awhile so I ran it today. Okay, first things first: I find the d-pad on the 360 wireless controller to be a mushy mess.
I would normally recommend you buy a new one, swap it out, and return it, but you can't do that, because I imagine it being a Day One controller is important to you. News, reviews, previews, rumors, screenshots, videos and more! On your phone, go to your Bluetooth settings. I can honestly say I have never played a D pad intensive game on my 360 so it has never mattered to me. Originally posted by :I just had this problem too. Tap it and within seconds your phone should be paired with your controller. It's really said too, as I've been playing Xbox 360 exclusively for this entire generation, and otherwise the 360 controller is pretty much perfect.