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#1 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -
@humanity said:

@avengedxsniper said:

Surprise surprise. After the new update my problem has been fixed.

Well it sucks you had to deal with that issue for over a month but at least they're fixing things.

Agreed. I was almost to the point of trading the system in for a PS4, but since the update everything is working great.

#2 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

Surprise surprise. After the new update my problem has been fixed.

#3 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

@kylesweet777: I've actually noticed on thing. A friend of mine was having similar issues with his Xbox One and he has a pair of Astro's A40's. He said that we did was unlpug the amp from the xbox and used the Xbox One standard headset and it worked just fine. I decided to give it a shot and bam, the standard headset for Xbox One works perfectly. Give that a shot and see if it works. I have a couple of friends with the same issue and everytime when they unhook the the headset and use the standard xbox one headset it starts working. I contact Microsoft too and they were some of the most brain dead people ever. One rep told me that the Tritton 720+ were made for Xbox 360 and that Tritton was making an adapter to make it compatible for the Xbox One, I argued with this person for 15 minutes trying to explain to them that Microsoft already made the adapter and that it worked perfectly fine before. I honestly agree with you though. It definitely sounds like a firmware issue to me as well.

@caesius6 I've tried to update the controller with the headset plugged in and the controller hooked in as well. For some reason that doesnt seem to work. I did contact Tritton and they told me that theyve never heard of this issue. It's just really weird.

#4 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

When I was a kid on of my favorite things to do was dip my peanut butter and jelly sandwich in ketchup.

#5 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

The impossible game.

#6 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

@yoshisaur: That's what mine started doing too. I would just unplug the adapter from the controller and plug it back in and that would get it usually. At the time I thought it was just something they would fix with an update or something, but now this is happening.

#7 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

@inspectah: I gave that a shot and it didn't seem to fix it. I contacted Microsoft and I guess they've never heard of it either. They say I have to send it in, which really sucks because I'll probably miss the Destiny Beta.

#8 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

I've done that twice with no luck.

#9 Posted by avengedxsniper (130 posts) -

So here's the problem. I have a Xbox One and a headset adapter for my Tritton 720+ headset. Last night I was in a party with one of my friends and we decided to go to game chat. When I switched from party chat to game chat I lost all communication. I couldn't hear them and they couldn't hear me. I unplugged the headset adapter and plugged it back in and it was like it wasn't getting any power, because the mute button wouldn't light up when pressed. I then decided to turn off the controller and turn it back on. When I did that the controller wouldn't work on the Xbox. I had to reset the Xbox in order to get the controller to work again, but I still couldn't communicate. I then decided to try another controller and when I turned it on it wouldn't do anything either until after I reset the Xbox. I used my third controller and the same thing. I was wondering if anyone else was having similar issues.