|Written by C. L. Easey|
Intro: Playing your Xbox requires you to use a controller that is connected to the game console. Most of the controllers you can use connect to the console with a cable that is six feet, or longer. However, you can eliminate the need to use a cabled controller by using a wireless controller to play your Xbox.
Things You'll Need - Wireless controller
Step 1: Press the Xbox guide button on the remote to turn on the controller. The Xbox guide button is the round button with the green βX.β
Step 2: Press the power button on the your Xbox to turn the console on. The large round button on the console turns the power on and off.
Step 3: Press the small round button on the Xbox gaming console. This is the Connect button that is used to sync the wireless controller.
Step 4: Press the small button on the controller that is located near the front edge between the charging port and the bumper. This is the Connect button on the controller.
Step 5: Wait until you see a ring of light spin and flash on the console and the controller. This will happen one time and indicates that the controller is connected with the console.
Step 6: Repeat steps 3, 4 and 5 for additional wireless controllers that you want to connect to your Xbox gaming console.
Visit the Xbox support web site for additional information about connecting a wireless controller to your Xbox.
You will need to connect the wireless controller to each Xbox separately if you want to use it on more than one console.
If the wireless controller is not functioning properly you may need to replace the batteries.
How to connect your Xbox 360 wireless controller - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/906947