If yours are dead like mine were zero voltage these methods will not be sufficient to bring them back. We tried several different types of batteries and still nothing. If these solutions did not solve the problem Try connecting your controller to a different console. There was only one other controller connected to the Xbox when the occurrence happened, and that controller still works. By constantly charging them a bit with the play and charge kit you build up the charge enough for them to properly charge. I am new to Xbox altogether, let alone the One. By constantly charging them a bit with the play and charge kit you build up the charge enough for them to properly charge.
Since moving the router, it still does it every now and then, but it is very infrequent and usually when the batteries in the controller are low. Now, I was off at college for the last few months and when I came back, whenever I plug my xbox 360 controller into the play and charge kit, the red light comes on for a few minutes, then a green light shows up. The update will probably go out to everyone very soon. As for the controller not turning on im not sure what the solution is if that software your using did it. Black controller battery wouldn't hold a charge. To fix this, you need to reinstall the firmware.
Here is what helped me. The same thing happened to me. Besides, the black ones don't really work well with the rest of the white system we have. I've had limited success with this technique: I just kept plugging in the charge cable, waiting for the green light to come on, unplugging it and plugging it back in again. The controller also won't turn on if the batteries don't make firm contact for any other reason. I was experiencing the exact same problem, but after following your suggestion, my play and charge kit is working now. .
Eventually the red light stayed on. Forcing the charge like he said worked, after doing it about 5 times the controller stayed on, then after like 17 times the light stayed red and charged. Also if you have a friend nearby you can try to update it on their console. And now, I'm out of suggestions. Put in a fresh set of battery's same issue occurred. I tried the method shown in the video using a 3,3kR resisor to avoid burning my fingers. Let me us know what you find.
Failure to search before posting may result in your post being removed. After that it should be able to turn the console on and off with the controller. At first I thought that the batteries where dead so I replaced them, but still there were no signs of life. I got sick of them a long time ago. Once I followed the steps in the video, I inserted the battery into the charger.
By forcing the recharge on the battery over and over again you are giving the battery enough of a charge to allow it to recharge as per normal again. This usually isn't a problem for a device like Xbox One controllers that don't have dividers inside their battery compartments, but you may find that batteries from one brand work in your controller while batteries from another don't. See Xbox One repair: Frequently asked questions. Yeah, I guess I was responding more to the original poster's issue happening every day. I'm going to try this with my other controller and battery, which is also having the same problems. I had the same problem.
Bend down from the hips. The third refurbished one they sent me has a defective optical drive which when I pointed this out they said I could pay them to fix it whadafak! Please help me with any other solution or I'll have to buy a new one and it's not that cheap!!! I think he jinxed me. Disconnect all of the controllers, and then try to connect the controller with the problem. Sometimes im inactive from my 360 for months, so the second one died off. Solution 4: Disconnect all controllers and headsetsIf all four rings surrounding the power button on the console are green but the controller has four flashing green lights, four controllers might already be connected to the console.
I have a feeling the battery is way beyond the point of no return. I will try what wickstar1 said, to see if it works. Solutions If your wireless controller won't turn on, try these solutions. The problem that you have ran into is that the battery is so slow that it wont except a charge. Apparently it's an idiosyncracy of LiIon batteries, if you dischage them too much they're reluctant to charge back up again. Solution 5: Replace your controllerIf your controller still does not work correctly, it might need to be replaced. So I have 2 black controllers and an Xbox Elite.
Eventually the red light stayed on. I am giving a week to fix their own mistake after that Its gonna be up to my lawyer. The cable on the Xbox 360 Wired Controller has an inline release. When you turn on the xbox one x didnt check if it happens with xbox one s from the controller, about 5 seconds after that it looses sync to it and wont re-sync until you shut down the controller and turn it on again, tried it on 3 different consoles with 6 different controllers, all that happened after the last update. Ni-Mh battery's loose 30% charge in this first day with no use, then the charge rate decreases and will completely discharge at room temperature in about 30 days. Everything related to the Xbox One. I'll let you know if it works.