Bluetooth connection is an latest feature that lets you exchange data with another devices witlessly. You could also use this feature to connect with devices like headsets, smartwatches, wireless mouse, keyboards, and more. If you own an Android device, you could create use of Bluetooth permits to connect Xbox One Controller for playing games. Apart from the consoles, you could also connect Xbox One Controllers with Windows and Android devices.
Connect Xbox One Controller to an Android Device
If your device goes on Android version 9.0 & higher, you could connect the Xbox One Controller with your Android device via Bluetooth. Simultaneously, your Xbox One Controller must have Bluetooth support for this pairing process.
Steps to Connect an Xbox One Controller to Android
Step(1) On your Android Phone, visit Settings.
Step(2) hit on the Connections menu.
Step(3) Activate the Bluetooth connection by toggling the slider situated next to it.
Step(4) Afterwards enabling the Bluetooth connection on your mobile, take your Xbox One controller and long-press the Xbox button to turn it on.
Step(5) Here, situated the Sync button on your controller and long-press it till the light starts to flash. You could search the sync button on the top of the controller.
Step(6) Get back to Bluetooth settings on your Android Phone (Settings >> Connections >> Bluetooth).
Step(7) below the Available devices section, you could find the controller name. Rap it to jump the pairing process.
Step(8) once both devices get paired successfully, the controller’s light would stop flashing.
Step(9) here, you could use the controller to play the supported games.
While the controller is paired with your Android device, you have to pair the device again when you need to use it with the console. Once you have a non-Bluetooth controller, you want to use an adapter that connects the controller’s USB-A male connector to the Android device’s female USB-C or Micro-B port.