As you know, the controller for Xbox Series S / X supports Bluetooth, and it’s very easy to use for media other than Xbox. It is enough to hold down the synchronization button to connect to an Android device, or to a PC for example. Then, by double-clicking the sync button, the controller immediately connects to the Xbox.
So that means you have to remember when to hold down the button and when to double click. Fortunately, with a new update of the controller comes a solution. Xbox Insider Program members can now double-click to switch between screens, then double-click to return.
This feature is also available for older Xbox One controllers (with the Dynamic Latency Input option for more responsive games) running over Bluetooth (ie from 2016). Xbox Product Manager James Shield shows you how it works Twitter In a short video this weekend. Just check it out to see how it looks.
The double tap switch should launch fairly quickly. We will fail to inform you!
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