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  1. #1
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    Question xbox one controller not recognized

    A few weeks ago I had bound push to talk to "button 10" (pressing on right analog stick) on my xbox one controller. Everything was working fine and then I upgraded teamspeak and feel like that is when it stopped working. I can't really say for sure though because, while I use teamspeak everyday, I don't play games with gamepad everyday so perhaps a week or 2 went by without using the gamepad.

    Presently I am using the latest 3.0.19 windows and I've tried x86 and x64. But I was using 3.0.18.2 x86

    I tried deleting my existing bind of button 10 and tried adding it again just incase there was a bug related to the existing binding but when I go to hotkeys and try to add a new one, it simply doesn't recognize any input from my xbox one controller.

    Anyone else experience this? Any tips to get it working again?

    I'd like to get this working again so I can still talk when using a gamepad

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    Is there anything in your client log, when the gamepad is connected before the client starts?
    Do you use a cable or the wireless adapter?
    Are you using windows 10?

    The only "me known" change for hardware from client 3.0.18 to 3.0.19.1 was an update of the usb.ids file.
    The file is stored in your client main folder.

    What you could test out:
    1.1 Stopp the client
    1.2 Rename your usb.id file
    1.3 Download usb 3.18.1.zip. This is the file from client 3.0.18.1.
    1.4 Extract it into the client folder
    1.5 Start and test it out

    2.1 Stopp the client
    2.2 Rename your usb.id file
    2.3 Download latest usb.zip. This is the latest file and it is never than in client 3.0.19.1.
    2.4 Extract it into the client folder
    2.5 Start and test it out
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    I tried both id files and didn't seem to make any difference. I also don't notice anything in the logs. The controller is connected through USB.

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    Edit for Windows 10 users
    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    There was a driver update in that Anniversary Update and this broke the controller in many programs and games.
    We can't fix this at the moment and need to wait till Microsoft brings a new driver to fix it.

    Sources:
    http://forums.xbox.com/xbox_support/...0.aspx#5717060
    http://www.pcgamesn.com/microsoft-wi...one-controller
    http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1258028

    https://www.google.com/#q=anniversar...one+controller
    Discussion about that can be done here: http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/1...ersary-Update)

    Edit end



    Ok. Is "Default" selected under "Settings -> Options -> Hotkeys" ?

    One last thing you could test:
    Make a backup of your current config folder (%AppData%\TS3Client)
    Download and then install client 3.0.18.1 from http://dl.4players.de/ts/releases/3.0.18.1/
    Test if the gamepad now works again.
    Last edited by dante696; September 22nd, 2016 at 02:38 PM.
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