Posted March 27, 2018 10:30:20If you’ve ever wondered how to use the Xbox one controller, you’re going to want to check out the Xbox Ultra.
While most gaming rigs are designed for the PlayStation 4 Pro, the Xbox model is designed for gamers that have the latest hardware.
The Ultra is a big improvement over the standard model, but the differences are significant.
This article is the first in a two-part series on the Xbox-powered Xbox One.
Part One: How to connect your Xbox One controller with your PCThe Xbox One console supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless networking.
While Bluetooth is a standard for connecting devices, it’s not a universal protocol.
You’ll need to find out how to connect to your PC, or use a software program like the Xbox Remote app, to make it work.
The Xbox One Remote app works with Windows 10, Windows 10 Pro, and Windows 10 IoT.
You can get the app on the Microsoft Store or the Xbox App Store.
When you get your Xbox remote, you’ll need the USB Type-C connector for the console, which is included in the box.
The HDMI connector plugs into the HDMI port on the top of the console.
You need to install a USB-C cable, which plugs into your computer.
The USB Type C port is available on a number of computers, but most PC makers will install a special adapter for it, like the one we’re using in this article.
Connect your Xbox controller to the Xbox device with the HDMI cable.
To get a sense of how it feels to use a controller, I connected a PlayStation 4 controller to a PlayStation 5 controller and used the same USB Type A cable that I used for connecting the Xbox controller.
The controller felt comfortable and had enough power to handle a typical game, but it also was a bit heavy.
The cord I used is slightly longer than the standard cable, but is much shorter.
The USB Type B cable is available in a variety of lengths, but for the purposes of this article, I’m going to stick with the standard length of two feet.
Plugging in the USB cable is simple.
Press and hold the power button on the controller until the light on the side of the controller flashes orange.
Plug the controller into the Xbox app.
This will bring up the app, which will give you the option to connect the Xbox remote.
Press and hold down the power on the remote until the green light flashes green.
Connect the Xbox to the USB-A port on your PC.
If you’ve been using a wired connection, the USB port should be on the back of the PC.
Plug the USB connector into the USB slot on the USB hub on the front of your computer, which you’ll see when you plug the controller in.
Make sure that the power connector is fully plugged in.
The power port is connected to the device that you want to use with the Xbox.
Connect and power the Xbox up.
You’ll notice that the Xbox’s display is set to dim automatically after you connect it to the PC and you start playing a game.
To turn the display back on, press and hold any of the power buttons until the Xbox LED starts blinking green.
The Xbox one console also has a headphone jack, but this is a different feature that you’ll want to look into in-depth if you’re interested in hearing your games.
There’s also a power port on top of that, but you can’t see it.