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Montauk198
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Post Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2014 2:34 am   
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Sup Peoples!!!!

It has been a long time since my last login.

I do frequent the site to read posts and now I have a reason to make a post.

Recently there has been a need/want for me to connect my wireless controllers to my pc.

I have made a usb receiver using a spare module from a dead XB360 from watching videos on youtube.

Now the question is how are people getting it to light and sync without the play&charge kit. I have seen something about an arduino but there was one video where some body had an 8pin chip not an arduino.

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Post Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2014 3:06 am   
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Montauk198 wrote:
Sup Peoples!!!!

It has been a long time since my last login.

I do frequent the site to read posts and now I have a reason to make a post.

Recently there has been a need/want for me to connect my wireless controllers to my pc.

I have made a usb receiver using a spare module from a dead XB360 from watching videos on youtube.

Now the question is how are people getting it to light and sync without the play&charge kit. I have seen something about an arduino but there was one video where some body had an 8pin chip not an arduino.


hi mate, its been a while huh.. Smile

I just use the normal X360 USB Receiver and plug it into my pc and sync.
Hopefully someone else here has done what you are doing can provide you with some feedback.

Anyone got some tips?

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