Set up an Xbox controller on Shadow
Shadow supports Xbox One and 360 controllers without the need for any additional software on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android whether wired (USB) or wireless (Bluetooth).
Connexion via USB
To connect an Xbox controller to your device:
Use a micro-USB cable to connect your Xbox controller to your PC or TV.
On your local device, plug in your controller.
Turn on your Xbox controller.
Start your application and open the Quick Menu to see if your controller is present in the Controllers & USB tab.
Connexion via Bluetooth
To pair your Xbox Wireless Controller with a Bluetooth-enabled device:
Activate Bluetooth on your device.
Press and hold the buttons Xbox And Bind on your controller to make your device discoverable. When the controller is ready to pair, the logo will flash quickly.
Use your device's Bluetooth feature to find and pair your wireless controller.
On Shadow Ghost, follow the instructions in this article: Configure a Bluetooth device on the Shadow Ghost.
To help you pair your controller to your devices, please follow the instructions described from the corresponding links:
To troubleshoot issues
Update your controller
Microsoft recommends updating your Xbox controller to ensure your device will be compatible with modern software and hardware updates. Here's how to update your Xbox Wireless Controller.
Test your connection
Your connection must be able to send key presses from your controllers with as little latency as possible. Most controllers require a 15Mbps connection and a latency of less than 30ms.