And windows 10 is going to see it as an xbox controller because thats how most xinput usb controllers work The light will always remain orange.
I don't know why they say it changes color lol.
And if you need to update, you will need to plug it into the PC via a cable.
Just hold down the button on the adapter until it blinks super fast then hit the sync button on what ever controller you want and it should sink. Exact same issue, I was playing Witcher 3 and all of a sudden my controller color changed to Blue from Green, in my device manager the controller is being recognized as a "Wireless Controller", just like if u connect it through bluetooth directly.If it defaults to the 360 controller, that;'s also fine. It's just Windows using the old configuration. The usb-stand alone version only, or the version that can connect to the SNES/NES mini? Just goto "Game Controllers" In windows and then properties to test out if all the buttons work. Now it can associate with Wi Fi AP securely but it still fails to get an IP address... This is a known issue with Win 10 if you have older VPN software installed like Cisco or in my case Junos.
What worked for me was to uninstall the VPN and reboot.
I am also missing the option to "manually connect to a wireless network", as shown here: It is a desktop Windows 10 machine with a Linksys AC1200 USB wireless adapter plugged in and I am trying to connect to a 4G hub.
Linksys AC1200 is present and enabled in Device Manager (reporting as Linksys WUSB6300).
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