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If you have the the xBox One Play & Charge Kit and it is not charging via USB, try this super fast easy and cheap to free fix. I make no promises but every time i tried this, i was able to fix it. So try it out and see if it works. If not you only wasted 2-5 minutes.

First make sure the controller works with the USB cable. Unplug the battery and connect the USB. If the controller turns on, CONGRATULATIONS!! this fix may help you.

Get some cardboard or some Low-Density Foam Weatherstrip Tape ($2.23 at home depot 17ft. so yeah.) For this fix Ill be using the Low-Density Foam Weatherstrip Tape.

Cut a small piece of. I mean small. The size of you pinky nail. Place the tape in the center of the controller where the battery sits. Then put the battery in. GENTLY squeeze. While you’re holding the battery in place, connect the USB cable. Wait for it, (takes a second or so,) And orange light on the USB cable should light up. If it does, replace the battery cover while the cable is connected. that way you can see if the connection gets lost. If it does try again with the same piece of tape but cut it just a bit smaller. IT WILL WORK.

Note- The cover WILL be harder to put back on- Careful don’t break the latches. Dont worry too much though they are thougher than the seam.

Also- I recommend that you connect the controller to a PC and not the xBox. Im not sure how well the Xbox deals with being switched from wired to wireless controller for potentially several times in a row.

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  1. Xbox One - Play and Charge Kit Not charging while connected to USB
    • Xbox One - Play and Charge Kit Not charging while connected to USB

    Worked! Orange light finally came on…. white keeps coming on premature tho…battery is toast im guessing

    yellow_scientist - 返信

    It actually worked. Surprised but thanks for the fix

    Deepankur Kalia - 返信

  2. Pull off the battery cover. and remove the battery. Reconnect the USB and make sure the controller powers on. IF it does this fix WILL WORK.
    • Pull off the battery cover. and remove the battery.

    • Reconnect the USB and make sure the controller powers on. IF it does this fix WILL WORK.

  3. Take a small piece of the Low-Density Foam Weatherstrip Tape and place it, sticky side down, in the center of the controller. Replace the battery. Reconnect the USB and GENTLY press the battery into the controller while the USB is connected. This will allow you to see if the fix worked. NOTE- it takes a second or so for the light on the USB cable to come on after the controller powers on.
    • Take a small piece of the Low-Density Foam Weatherstrip Tape and place it, sticky side down, in the center of the controller.

    • Replace the battery.

    • Reconnect the USB and GENTLY press the battery into the controller while the USB is connected. This will allow you to see if the fix worked. NOTE- it takes a second or so for the light on the USB cable to come on after the controller powers on.

  4. If all went well, you can replace the battery cover. Take care though as it will be much harder to get it back on. Don't worry, those little clips are much thougher than you think. Just take your time and be carefull. If it don't fit- don't force it, try trimming the tape instead.
    • If all went well, you can replace the battery cover. Take care though as it will be much harder to get it back on. Don't worry, those little clips are much thougher than you think. Just take your time and be carefull. If it don't fit- don't force it, try trimming the tape instead.

終わりに

That’s it. You can now charge your controller like it was intended. At least we are not going to have to give more money to MS to get this fixed.

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Let me know if you have any issues or any suggestions on how to make this guide better. I ran into this issue and as normal MS was less than useless. I ended up replacing the controller, the USB cable and the battery in hopes that something will fix it.

bbhsascha - 返信

Thanks mate, squeezed on the battery (in towards the controller) as I inserted the cable and the light appeared on the cable. Before I tried just plugging it in to no help in result of the led indicator on the cable. But this solved it, thought I had a faulty battery/controller for a sec. Saved me some bucks there, much appreciated

TknighT - 返信

Glad it worked for you. Thanks for leaving a comment. Please note though I had this issue but as it turns out it was my controller. I did end up buying a new one. But in a pinch or at 2am this will help and keep you from tossing the %#*@ thing out the window.

bbhsascha -

Doesn’t work. Tried a know working battery from my other controller (which works in that controller), to no avail. Tried another battery from another controller that it works, nothing. The problem is the controller, not my battery (which is new).

claudiojourneyman - 返信

THANKS! Did it like you told in your instruction and now the controller is charging! Thumbs up!

Ali - 返信

Awesome I’m glad it worked for you. Just keep in mind the controller or the battery pack could really be failing. But I’m glad it worked as a quick fix.

bbhsascha - 返信

Worked for me thanks man!

Bartosz Kwietniewski - 返信

This did work! At first I thought I had damaged the cable since I used it to charge a phone. I used a tiny piece of packing foam and at first it didn't seem to work. Then it occured to me, I have a second controller! So I pulled out the battery and used the cable and it worked. So I confirmed the battery and the cable were good, I repeated the method on the first controller and it worked. Thanks for the tip!

**Some background the controllers are three months old and the Play and Charge kit is brand new.

Marcos V - 返信

This solution worked for me. Bought MS Xbox one play and charge kit in Feb 2020, just got around to trying it and found it wouldn’t charge the battery pack, though the cable would power the controller . I had spare weatherstrip draught proofing foam and used a small piece of that.

Thank you.

Pratab Ali - 返信

Works fine. Brandnew Xbox One controller with charge kit wouldn’t charge. Piece of foam, voila working. Had to put the piece of foam a bit more towards the LB side.

Rob Thonus - 返信

Works, just used a small piece of cardboard. - There’s obviously a few tolerance problems in the tooling.

Clem Morton - 返信

I added the cardboard as advised, but my controller still won’t charge. The white light on the usb comes on and the controller is working fine, however the amber light won’t come on. It is showing that my battery is fully charged, but when i disconnect the cable, pops up with controller battery low and then my controller switches off.

Any other Ideas on how to tackle this? my one x controller is only 2 years old and it has been working fine. Play and charge kit is from 2015 but that shouldn’t really matter, or do you think the battery might have gone? Thanks in advance

D11 - 返信

Update to my previous comment: OK so i tried again and this time the orange light on the USB lights up, but only for about 30 seconds and then turns back to the white colour indicating that the battery is fully charged (obviously that isn’t the case). Do you think possibly faulty battery? Or should i add a bit more cardboard / foam ?

D11 - 返信

I have a similar problem. The led on the cable lights up white when I know the battery needs charging and the xbox battery indicator on screen shows it to not be charging. I don’t now what the answer is!

Lemon Drop -

Works fine for me (with cartboard). Try diffrent sizes of this cartboard Square. Probably it is diffrent for each controller. Thank you very much bbhsascha <3

Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz - 返信

Worked a treat, thanks very much!

Ben Easton - 返信

Yes, it works. I couldn’t believe it has this kind of issue until I tried.

Ningyuan Lee - 返信

It worked for me. Thank you! Just wondering for how long will it last?

Felipe Forero - 返信

I’m glad it worked for you. For me it worked for about a week before I bought a new controller and battery pack. I’m theory it will work until the foam can no longer expand. You should be able to just change the foam.

bbhsascha -

Completely works, I used 3/4” Neopreme I had left over. Took some finessing but it 100% works.

Max Besser - 返信

Didn’t have any Low-Density Foam Weatherstrip Tape, but i managed fold some thick paper from a rollie paper packet instead and it worked, kinda blown away tbh, thanks!

Jordan lord - 返信

Thanks, but do we need to take away the tape when we have done charging? or can we just leave it here forever? I worry if the battery may burn the tape

dream - 返信

It really worked! Thank you very much, saved a lot of time for me :)

Pascal S - 返信

I cannot believed this worked.. wtf - a small chunk of folded cardboard and then forcing the cover back on in a way that made me cringe and now the frigan light is on and the battery is charging on my xbox one elite (original) controller.. wtf microsoft.

Cam - 返信

i just put a bit of pressure while i was inserting the battery while the usb was plugged in and it worked- first i cleaned the connectors on the battery lol. thanks so much

Mikee Sanchez - 返信

This fix worked for me. Brand new controller with brand new play & charge kit. pretty disappointing Quality Control from Microsoft…

djwhu77 - 返信

I got the new battery that does not includes the light in the cable in the old battery the controller shake when i plugged it in but now it doesn’t and does not charge

Sarsour Yakop - 返信

Thanks! This worked and just saved me from buying a new Play n Charge kit :D

Mose Spring - 返信

Perfect, sometimes it is so easy, thanks for this good explanation ✊

Patrick Bobrowski - 返信

This worked for me and I didn’t even use the foam. I just lightly pressed the battery in place.

Having said that, I am not getting a light on my cable but I can see it’s charging from my dashboard.

Thanks!

realitywynn - 返信

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