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Xbox One controller was introduced in 2016 with the launch of the Xbox One S and adds Bluetooth support for Windows 10/11. This controller fixes many of the design flaws found on the Model 1537/1697 controllers and is much more reliable. This controller has been replaced with the improved Model 1914 controller.

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How to remove Broken headphone piece out of controller

So I was using a pair of gaming headphones and my arm got caught in the wire and pulled away and broke the end of the cable in the controller. So I spent $30 on the gripstick to remove it, but all it did was push it in further. Please help. Are there possible refunds for the GripStick? Also, it wasn’t just the tip that broke off. It was a decent chunk of the headphone jack that is now lodged in even more thanks to the GripStick.

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this is not helpful all I know now is to chip away at it until it turns to sand AAAAAAAH!!!!!!!


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you need to unscrew the whole controller or if not u gotta get a pens tip put glue inside or gum let it stick in the jack for 24v hrs so it will dry out and just pull it out but if not unscrew ur whole controller look up a yt vid and ull see bro that happened to me before.

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My son handed me a Xbox1 controller that he broke the headset plug.. Its been since PS3 that I've played any games so I assume all Xbox controllers are more or less the same.

With a pin move the broken pin around in the jack and you'll see a itty bitty brass or whatever metal but its there. Magnification makes the entire process easier. The itty bitty piece is whats holding the pin in place. Once you found it you can push it back with something pointy. Its that little metal piece sits in the first oring notch thats holding the broken AUX in place. After you push the itty bitty metal piece back you can begin to fish the broken piece out cause its released and free. It tool me a couple times of having it squirt back into the jack but no damage to the controller, the pin removed and saved a pile of bucks. Thought I'd share this tidbit of success.

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The Xbox One white controller headphone jack does not have a hole in the back. Take the covers off the controller (many online instructions), two torx screws hold the two boards together, loosen both. Separate the boards about 1/8 inch, and the headphone jack will fall out intact. Tape the jack to a table, drill a 1/16 inch hole in the back carefully. When the drill breaks through, it will push out the broken plug tip. Place the jack back between the boards, it aligns itself with a plastic pin. Reassemble and test. If this happens again, you just need a paperclip to push out the broken piece, which you may be able to do from the battery compartment (or drill another access hole to make this very easy). If you have kids who play Xbox often, this little tip will save you a lot of time and money. By the way, the headphones can also be fixed be replacing the plug.


I used a bic biro - take out the ink part, and poke that into the end of the xbox controller - hey presto the broken part is removed!! You might need to try different pens as they are different diameters


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Ollie Hoeffel wird auf ewig dankbar sein.

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