If you have a mini or micro usb try that without any batteries/charger inside you might have to sit close to the xbox but if it still does it with a direct connection then it's a faulty controller. --- Kocano Wins!
#12psykojuggalo98(Topic Creator)Posted 4/28/2014 10:21:54 AM
I've used the micro-USB without issue. It only does it during wireless play.
I don't like using wired often, because I have to sit so close. I prefer to game on my bed, 10-12 feet away, where I can lay down.
After the first controller update, I had this happen a few times.
After the most recent update, I haven't had it happen even once. Not trying to sound condescending, but assuming the latest update, are you sure it's not because of low battery? I only ask because now when my controller disconnects is only when I need to charge.
Also, maybe it's game related? Haven't really put in too much time on a few of my games compared to others.
If it is a controller issue, I would suspect a firmware issue rather than a faulty controller, but the latter is certainly possible. --- GT:NightlordHypn0s PSN:Saakk129