Xbox One: Model 1708 Pin-out PCB guide for switch access

Xbox One controller, model 1708.




The following guide can help in adding switch sockets to an Xbox One controller. The easiest sockets to add are to the LS, RS, LB and RB contacts. Others can be very tricky to solder to. The Xbox One has some nice basic remapping features and a Co-Pilot option to enable two controllers to act as the same player one controller. Lots of possibilities. Using a Titan One much more is possible.


PCB 1 (Battery terminals PCB):


A = TP21 (mid left under battery terminals)
X = TP22 (above TP21)
Y = TP23/D8 (left of TP21 next to the "8" of D8)

MENU = TP24/FT4 (bottom left of PCB, bottom left of small square chip)
VIEW = TP25 (right of small square chip
XBOX = TP33/C11 (mid right of central PCB connector block)


PCB 2 (Thumbsticks PCB):

B = R29 (top of mini resistor, underside of "B" contacts, in between TP7 and TP26)

LB = Right top side of PCB under microswitches (top)
RB = Left top side of PCB under microswitches (top)
LT = Top pin of 3-pin hall sensor under LT trigger (right side of PCB)
RT = Bottom pin of 3-pin hall sensor under RT trigger (left side of PCB)
LS = Bottom left pin (of group of four) under the left-stick (right side of PCB)
RS = Bottom left pin (of group of four) under the right-stick (left side of PCB)


Ground/Common:

GND = TP35 (bottom right pin on underside of the right thumb-stick)


See OneSwitch DIY pages for more help. "1708" model is denoted under the battery cover.

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