Xbox One Wireless Adapter Audio issues Resolved (You must update the drivers)

You must update the drivers:

  1. Hit "Windows key + X" on your keyboard to open the Power Menu, Select "Device Manager"

  2. Click "Network Adapter" to expand the menu and right-click "Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows" > Update Driver Software > Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software

  3. Make sure that "USB Audio Device" is selected for playback devices under sound settings. To the Left of the Date & Time in the windows task bar (bottom right corner of your screen) you will see a speaker icon, right-click and selected "Playback Devices", then select Headphones (aka USB Audio Device). Hit ok

     

    Once updated all the system and game audio will come through your compatible stereo headset.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 47 Applies to:
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Finally, it works with rumble ! I had the previous drivers without rumble installed. Here is what I did :

1. Open your Device Manager

2. Right click on the actual "Xbox One Wireless Adapter" and select "uninstall". On the next panel check the box "Delete the installed driver".

3. Unplug/replug the Adapter. It will appear as "XBOX ACC".

4. Right click on it, Select "Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software"

5. Windows will (finally) find the lastest drivers, 20.x

Now you can launch a game, rumble and all functions work.

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