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How to Fix Headphone Jack of Xbox One Controller

by Harry Williams Manager

Xbox One Controller is the standard video game controller for home-based video gaming set by Xbox One. It works on various versions of OS like Linux, iOS, Android, and macOS. It is also called the “Xbox One wireless controller.”

Using Xbox is an ideal way to enjoy and play on any gaming platform. However, sometimes it causes trouble in its 3.5mm headset jack.

If you wish to troubleshoot the Xbox One Controller’s issue then, you may follow these mentioned instructions:

Replacing One Controller’s 3.5 mm Headphone Jack

In case you wish to fix the Xbox One Controller’s issue, then it is advised to restore the device jack fully. It might take a little bit of time to fix this issue with the types of equipment in hand.

Note: Before replacing your Xbox controller’s jack, it is advised to check it’s warranty slip because if you break the inner seal, then it will void any ongoing warranty.

This method will only work with the latest 3rd generation design of your Xbox Controller. Follow these steps to know more.

  1. First of all, connect the pry tool in the slot available between your Controller’s grip and the faceplate. It is located just nearby the Controller’s trigger.
  2. Now, you have to follow the outer edge with your device’s pry tool by removing the gripped section away from it until it gets detached.
  3. Now, repeat the above-mentioned step to detach the second-most gripped panel.
  4. After that, eject your Controller’s door with battery.
  5. Then, put out the battery from your Controller.
  6. Now, crack the sticker from the battery slot to get the screw.
  7. After that, put out all of the five screws located and fixed on the Controller’s back through a T8 Security Torx Screwdriver tool.
  8. Now, remove the front side faceplate located inside your Controller’s socket or a particular dedicated slot.
  9. Then, lift out the backside controller’s shell.
  10. Next, lift up all the back panel screws located on the upper portion to the device’s vibration motoring tool through the T6 screwdriver.
  11. Now, split the back panel board located at the upper sided board.
  12. Then, eject the fourteen pin connector tool.
  13. Next, jab the headphone’s jack till it gets from in between your boards.
  14. After that, now, you have to connect a new jack. Make sure if the port is perfectly attached, or placed in the particular slot towards the back sideboard.
  15. Then, tap on both the boards simultaneously. 
  16. After that, make sure whether connector packs with fourteen pins are perfectly reconnected or not.
  17. Now, your new headphone jack will be placed/seated in its perfect dedicated slot of your Controller.
  18. Now, place and tighten the two screws in its slot at the back panel through a Tox screwdriver.
  19. Then, ensure the internals placed perfectly inside the back panel slot.
  20. After that, connect your device’s controller faceplate into its designated position.
  21. Next, take all the five backside screws and set them in their preferred slots. Use the preferred “T8 Security Torx” screwdriver to do this.
  22. Now, place both the grip panels into their designated positions.
  23. Finally, fix the desired battery door into its specific position,
  24. After applying these steps, try to start your Xbox One Controller to see whether the problem is fixed or not.


Billy Sparks is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about security. He writes about the latest updates regarding office.com/setup and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

Source: https://helpoffice.uk.net/how-to-fix-headphone-jack-of-xbox-one-controller/


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