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I recently bought an Ouya, and a second xbox 360 PDP Rock Candy controller (my girlfriend liked it and it was cheap hahah), but I can't get it to work.

I plug it in, and halfway through it lights up, but then it simply turns off and I can't get it to do anything at all.

This thread on ouyaforums was dealing with the same problem, and solved it with a firmware update. I just barely bought my Ouya and it updated when I first used it, and I even re-checked it to see if there was something like that going on, but no updates to be found.

Should I just return it? I'd rather get it working!

  • Damn, that's an ugly controller. – Studoku Apr 3 '15 at 19:29
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Sometimes there are little bugs in fake controllers which powerful computers like Xbox cannot handle so they give a message like error for example. My answer is to buy a new controller or try to fix the bug or use a adapter.

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