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It is possible to use the controller via USB OTG, but your device MUST be rooted and it may be difficult. First of all check your X1 controller DeviceId, on Windows you can do it through Device Manager: Device Manager -> Xbox Controller -> Properties -> Details -> Hardware Ids VID should be 0x45e PID will be either 0x2d1 or 0x2dd Easy method for older ...
Sorry but dual shock 3 is not compatible with the ps4, but the ps4 controller is some what compatible with the PS3. Referenced from http://au.ign.com/wikis/playstation-4/PS4_Compatible_PS3_Devices
It seems like it's possible to update the firmware from a Windows PC... provided it's Windows 10. You'll need to get the Xbox Accessories app from the Windows Store. With it installed, if you connect your Xbox One Controller and run the app, you might be presented with an option to "Upgrade Controller" (I forgot the exact wording). I'm assuming it's ...
Of course yes, it's their main purpose I think. A standard Xbox One controller features ten digital buttons, a syncing button, two analog triggers, two analog sticks and a digital D-pad.
Just hold Xbox guide button for 5+ seconds.
Each receiver plugs into a single controller port, and can only be set to one channel. You will need a receiver for each controller that will be used simultaneously (and of course, set them to different channels).
I had a similar issue a while back when I moved house and had a few different GH controllers and it was hell trying to find which dongle went with what guitar. So basically, you can't do it. A GH dongle will only sync to the type of guitar controller it's made for, at least in my own experiences.
There's no other way to shut it down right now.
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