t2:usage_guides:controllers:xboxone

Xbox One Controllers

Xbox One official and third-party controllers are supported by the Titan Two and can be used to play on all compatible gaming systems.

Controller Protocol


Relevant information about the Xbox One controller protocol.

USB Polling Interval 8ms
Device Authentication YES enumeration

Specific Features


Titan Two support for Xbox One specific features.

Rumble (Vibration) YES
Impulse Triggers YES
Chatpad YES Xbox One compatible controller required
Headset YES Xbox One compatible controller required

Wired Connection (USB)


Requirements

  1. Micro-USB cable.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect the Micro-USB cable to the Titan Two USB port labeled INPUT-A or INPUT-B;
  2. Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable on the Xbox One controller.

Wireless (Adapter)


Requirements

  1. Micro-SD Card;
  2. Xbox Wireless Adapter 1) or Xbox Wireless Adapter V2 2).
  3. Micro-USB cable for the first-time configuration: Pairing.

First-time Configuration

  1. Install the Micro-SD Card on the Titan Two;
  2. Connect the Titan Two PROG port to the computer using the provided Micro-USB cable;
  3. Open Gtuner IV, go to the Device Configuration pane and click the Configure button;

Pairing:

  1. Connect the controller on the Titan Two as described in the Wired Connection (USB) section;
  2. Wait until the LED of the USB port turns green, the controller is now paired with the Titan Two;
  3. Unplug the Micro-USB cable.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect the Xbox Wireless Adapter to the Titan Two USB port labeled INPUT-A or INPUT-B;
  2. Wait for the status LED of the USB port to turn green, indicating the Xbox Wireless Adapter was successfully initialized;
  3. Press the Xbox button on the controller to start wireless connection.
!EXPERIMENTAL SUPPORT! The Xbox Wireless Adapter implements a very complex and non-documented protocol based on WiFi Direct. The Titan Two mimics the requests and responses of a Windows 10 computers in order offer support for this adapter. Most of this protocol is not understood, with exception of the high level layer that contains the regular Xbox One controller packets. In general, users can use the Xbox One controller wireless without issues. However, some users are reporting disconnections while using the adapter.

Wireless (Bluetooth)


Requirements

  1. Bluetooth Module 3);
  2. Micro-SD Card 4);
  3. An Xbox One controller equipped with Bluetooth;
  4. Optional: Micro-USB cable for the first-time configuration pairing method B.
On Bluetooth-supported controllers, the plastic around the Xbox button is part of the face of the controller. On controllers without Bluetooth, the plastic around the Xbox button is part of the top, where the bumpers are. In the Xbox Accessories app the controller will show up as a white controller rather than a black one.

First-time Configuration

  1. Install and configure the Bluetooth Module and the Micro-SD Card on the Titan Two.

Pairing Method A:

  1. Press and hold the UP button on the Titan Two for 2.5 seconds to enter in pairing mode;
  2. Within 20 seconds, press and hold the sync button on the controller;
  3. The Xbox button will start flashing white and after few seconds it should be paired with the Titan Two.

Pairing Method B:

  1. Connect the Titan Two PROG port to the computer using the provided Micro-USB cable;
  2. Open Gtuner IV, go to the Device Configuration pane and click the Wireless Bluetooth Pairing button;
  3. Within 20 seconds, press and hold the sync button on the controller;
  4. The Xbox button will start flashing white and after few seconds it should be paired with the Titan Two.

Regular Usage

  1. Press the Xbox button on the controller to start Bluetooth connection with the Titan Two.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Xbox One controllers connected over Bluetooth cannot be used as the authentication controller for Xbox One, and will require another official Xbox One controller plugged directly into the Titan Two.
3) , 4) The Bluetooth Module + Micro-SD Card Bundle is sold separately.
t2/usage_guides/controllers/xboxone.txt · Last modified: 2020/09/27 13:37 by J2Kbr