Xbox One

All Xbox One models are supported by the Titan Two device, including the original Xbox One (2013), Xbox One Elite (2016), Xbox One S (2017) and Xbox One X (2017). The Titan Two connects to the Xbox One emulating an original Xbox One controller.

Console Polling Rate

Default and maximum USB polling rate supported by the console.

USB Default 250Hz (4ms)
USB Maximum 1000Hz (1ms)

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


  1. Provided Micro-USB cable.
  2. An official Xbox One Controller

First-time Configuration

  1. Configure the Output Protocol of the Titan Two to USB Automatic or USB Xbox One.

Regular Usage

  1. Connect any official Xbox One controller to INPUT-B on the Titan Two (for authentication);
  2. Connect the provided Micro-USB cable to the Titan Two USB port labeled OUTPUT;
  3. Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable to any available USB port on the Xbox One.
Note: After the initial device enumeration and authentication, the official Xbox One controller can be removed from the Titan Two.
t2/usage_guides/systems/xboxone.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/24 16:29 by Snap