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As per Xbox.com: Q: Can I use my Xbox 360 wired/wireless controller, accessories (racing wheel, wireless headset, etc.), or power supply with Xbox One (or vice versa)? A: No. Controllers and accessories that work with Xbox 360 won't work with Xbox One (and vice versa). Also, the power supply from the Xbox 360 does not connect to the Xbox ...
The Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition supports multiple control schemes, including controllers and touchscreens. Just connect the controller to your PC and play. Keep in mind that despite its name, the Windows 10 Edition is not available for Windows 10 smartphones (yet); only PCs (desktops, notebooks, convertibles, etc.). It is also based on the Pocket Edition, ...
This is an old question but for everybody looking for an answer right now this would be my answer: If you are a bit handy whith electronics you likely find GIMX (http://blog.gimx.fr/) useful. From their website: GIMX stands for Game Input MultipleXer or Game Input MatriX. The purpose of this free software is to control a video game console with a ...
If you have a PC you can stream the game via the Xbox app. You can use a 360 controller to play streamed games. Note, you will need to use a wired 360 controller or use a wireless adaptor for the PC to recognise the controller.
There is not really a good answer for this as it's all preference but as for you problem with your A+X/ B+A you can just use your thumb to press both at the same time. I usually press A not with the tip but a bit further down my thumb(I don't know the word in English).
The best solution to this problem, honestly, is to switch from the MotionInJoy drivers to something else. I use SCPToolkit with my PS3 controller and since I switched from MotionInJoy I haven't had any problems with crashing or BSOD at all. I know it's not exactly the answer you're looking for, but hopefully that helps. :/
No, because they're in different platforms. A 360 controller won't work for an Xbox One.
As far as I know, the controllers are identical, I'm fairly sure the controllers themselves are not going to have any region-specific differences.
I'm fairly sure that if you use the Microsoft Xbox360 wireless adapter, because they use the same protocol, third-party accessories should pair as well. As far as drivers go, anything that works with the MS xb360 controller should work fine.
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