Re: mi xbox360 controler lite suddenly started to glow by...
Does it glow in all four quadrants and doesn't go to the player 1 quadrant? If it does, I think I just barely got past that problem! What you need to do is: Turn your controller on (make sure the 360 is on first) press the connect button on the console, then the most important part: HOLD THE CONNECT BUTTON ON THE CONTROLLER! This was a real biggy for me, i just tapped the button instead! hope i helped!
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If your having troubles with your xbox360 controller turning on or having a mind of its own, take the battery pack of and you should be able to see a small bit of metal, bend it ever so lightly with a Stanley knife and it should do the trick. It may not on the first time so repeat until it does.
This might seem like a stupid question, but are you aware of the button on your Xbox that searches for controllers that are in range and on? It's a small button next to the Xbox power on/off button. Also, once you click and hold this for a few seconds (you can release once the rings on the Xbox power on/off start to glow green) then you have to press and hold a button similar to the one on the Xbox, on your controller. Situated next to the LB button on your controller. Hope this was of some help, feel free to contact me if you are still having trouble.
Microsoft software is usually very good about finding mods within their systems. Since you have repaired a wire, it might somehow think it's been modded.
Double-check your repair work, if you used a soldering iron, it could have attached to another wire -causing a short (faking a mod). If you just twisted and taped it, you might want to consider a better fix.
Turn off your Xbox 360 console and any connected Xbox 360 wireless controllers.
turn off your wireless controller, power down the system and wait for
the lights around the controller's Xbox Guide button to disappear.)
Manually turn on your Xbox 360—don't use your controller's Xbox Guide button.
the connect button on the front of your console. This is the small
button just to the right of (or below, if your console is on its side)
the port for Memory Unit B. The lights around the console's power button will flash as the console searches for a wireless controller.
Press and hold the Xbox Guide button to turn on the wireless controller that you want to assign to slot one.
the controller is on and the lights are still circling the power button
on the console, press your controller's connect button, located just to
the right of the charge port.
When the lights on your controller
stop spinning, the wireless controller is configured to slot one and
the upper-left quadrant light will glow.
Select the controller you want in slot two and repeat steps 4 and 5. You can configure up to four wireless controllers.
Whenever a wireless controller is used on multiple 360s you need to resync the controller to the console. To do this turn both the controller and the 360 on, then find the little sync button on the 360 controller and hold it down until the lights flash in a clockwise circle. Now find the sync button on the 360 console and hold it down until the lights on the console spin in a clockwise fashion. Wait a couple seconds until the two sync up and then voila, you're good to go!