Sticky analogue sticks are one of the most common problems with Xbox One controllers. This makes it hard to play games on the console.
This article will show you how to fix the Xbox One controller stick drift.
A Few Joystick Analogy Drift Fix Suggestions
- Make sure your controller has new batteries and that it has the latest software.
- On your Xbox One console, you should first turn it off by pressing and holding the power button for ten seconds.
- Unplug the power cord once the console is turned off.
- Let it sit for 5 minutes, and then plug it in.
- Turn on your console and try to connect the controller to it again.
Follow these instructions to upgrade your Xbox One headset and wireless controller:
- Sign in to Xbox Live on your Xbox One console, and if you’re asked to, install the latest system update.
- If you have a stereo headset adapter, plug it into the bottom of your controller so it can also be updated.
- Replug a stereo headset adapter into it (the headset must be plugged in so the adapter will turn on).
- Hit the “Menu” button.
- Choose the settings.
- Choose Accessories and Devices.
- Choose the controller that needs to be changed.
- Choose Update, then choose Continue.
- As soon as the Update is done, you can update the other controllers. If the only way to update them is through USB, check out the Update via USB Guide. If not, after the first Update is done, click the Update Again button on the screen and then follow the steps.