To connecting a Wireless Xbox controller to a Windows 10 PC is quite simple and easy either by using USB cable or via Bluetooth; some users are facing the problem as their Wireless Xbox One controller needs a PIN for Windows 10.
Here we provide you a few simple steps, though all the steps are pretty simple to connect over the Bluetooth. The steps are discussing below:
However, to easily connect with the Xbox Wireless Controller to your Windows 10 PC, you need to have an Xbox Wireless Adapter for the Windows devices. Many of the laptops have this inherent; otherwise, you need to purchase it. So, whenever you have been trying to connect it with your normal Bluetooth adapter, that time it is not a surprise for the users if asking for any PIN. So just assume that you are using any recommended adapter and it is asking for the PIN.
Steps to Update Wireless Xbox One Controller PIN for Windows 10
Many users have also tried to connect it with the MacBook, but it is quite amazing that it worked with it. The Xbox One is not an issue, as it is connecting to the Windows PC is causing all these problems. Though, the good news is that the user doesn’t even have to find PIN anywhere to solve this issue, but by updating your Xbox One Controller you might resolve the issue.
Here we provide some easy steps which can help you in resolving this issue. The steps which are given below have to follow in a given sequence; this will saves your much time and takes fewer efforts. The steps are discussing below:
- On the controller, hold the Xbox tab, to Turn Off the device. After it turned off, keep it remained off for a few
- If you want, then you can also take off the battery pack, and then leave it for a few
- Again, Turn on the Xbox by pressing the Xbox
- Use a USB cable to connect your wireless controller to the Xbox.
- To check the updates manually, follow the following steps:
- Launch settings.
- Choose Kinect & devices.
- Click on drives & accessories option.
- Finally, choose Controller.
- Then, click on the update
- Ensure to update the drivers of your Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows devices.
- Once check and confirm that if there is an update pending.
- Click to restart your computer system.
At last, try to connect your Xbox Controller over Bluetooth, and this process surely helps you in resolving your problem.