I have an xbox but for some reason my remote is not working at all... it did yesterday. I changed the batteries but I cannot select anything to watch my movies. Is it possible it got de programmed? Is there a code or something I can put in? I really could use some help. I looked online but everything is about the xbox 360 or about how to program a remote for the xbox... I already have one.
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Hi, i had one a while ago but i never had any problems with it, all you needed to do was plug in the little device that went into the xbox slot then the remote worked without any problems..
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Try this! Press and hold the button below the disc changer, also press the sync button near the charger port on the controller. Light should rotate clockwise and then blink twice. This will tell you which player you are.
Here are the things you can do to solve the problem.
1. On the front of the controller and the system there is a little button you can press that can connect to each other for you to play.
2. Make sure that the batteries are properly placed inside the battery pack under the controller.
3. Make sure the batteries are not dead.
I know this is not much but I hope this information helps you.
If it's a wired controller, make sure the wire inside is not damaged (If it's cut or torn) you don't have to take it apart, also if the end of the usb is missing a piece of the metal conductor that could be another reason. If it's wireless make sure you hit the sensor button on the controller then the xbox, it should be a round button to the left of the disc tray (vertically standing). Or below it (horizontally sitting). It should work if not, check batteries. Hope this helped.
Good Luck. Message me if you have any more questions.
i had the same problem, and is a easy fix, turn on your console, dont need the controller on, and hold the sync button for approx 30 seconds, then turn the console off, take out the power lead from the console and then remove it from your mains, wait about 1-2 minuts then plug it up and switch on the console, first sync the xbox then the controller, and this should work, if it dosent try xbox support their number is on xbox.com
Right, just keep plugging in the charger into the controller until the
light stays red, the small amounts of charge put in each time will
eventually give the battery enough juice for it's built in 'memory' to
be clued in as to how much power is really in and will then start
charging. This is usually caused by leaving your controller unused for
a while usually days or so at room temperature after fully charging it
in your xbox (i.e. the battery memory 'thinks' it's full and tells the
xbox as much when really it's empty)
Xbox 360 controllers do not have that problem very often and you know what happens to me sometimes. I change the batteries and the controller still doesn't turn on. Turns out the batteries that i replaced had no juice on it. Make sure you are using the right kind of batteries too meaning don't cheap out and use the ones you get at 99c stores or anything like that. Those will work by the way they will not last more two days. Buy new batteries.
You must sync the 360 with your controller. Turn on your 360 and your controller. Push the little black button on the front of your console, then hold the little tiny button on the top of your controller for a few seconds. This should sync them.