I then ran apt-get update/upgrade
Thats different than updating the setup script
And in my former post I misspoke, rather partial support was added from a different xboxdrv repo. I don’t have the hardware to test it so I can’t verify its success rate, I’ve only perused the code.
Opps, I forgot to mention that I updated the setup script too. What repo did you get the xboxdrv from?
I saw it in another post and confirmed it yesterday… the newer xboxone controllers with the headphone jack don’t properly work. I also have an older xboxone controller and it worked great.
I have an older Xbox One controller (apparently it referred to as model 1537)
Back in november microsoft released a firmware update for the newer xboxone controllers. I wonder if rolling back the update might solve the issue. However, if you still use the controllers for your xboxone this might not be the best decision.
I did recently update the controller. I have 2 of them and rarely play my xbox one anymore so I can dedicate one to the RetroPie. Any idea how to roll it back?