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The lights on the remote fade away too quickly after picking it up, requiring you to shake the remote to get it to wake up again. Also, there's no TV/OneGuide button, feels blocky compared to the original Xbox Media Remote, and button placement feels awkward. But it works as a remote.
Note: If you have trouble with the battery cover falling off, check that it's not flipped around -- the hook on the cover should line up with the hole on the remote to slide and lock in place.
My issue with this remote is the location of the "back" button, which I often need to press. As other reviewers have stated, the "back" button is in an awkward center/bottom location and is not easy to press without looking. I had an easier time using the previous generation PDP Talon remote, which I'll consider getting again after returning this newer version and after trying a different brand.
If you have an XB1 AND a Series X, it will only work on the XB1 if both consoles are turned on at the same time, EVEN if they are at opposite ends of the house. Just terrible. And it doesn’t appear as of there’s any way to correct this issue through the Xbox, itself.
Also, the instructions that came with it are completely useless in that there is nothing written in there about the actual setup of the remote.
Overall, it is a major disappointment in contrast to the older XB1 media remote, from this same company. If I hadn’t demolished the packaging, I think I would return it. Not worth the money.
The shape of it is uncomfortable to use, button placement is cramped and has a tendency to stick. The backlight for the buttons does not stay on long enough to use in darkness unless you keep moving the remote. The volume buttons cant be programmed for a tv directly and use HDMI control and needs to be point towards the xbox while having no obstructions in front of the xbox or else the remote will not work.
The reviews about the battery cover popping off are spot on. It comes off in my hand. And the Channel and volume buttons are useless on my new LG UN7000 TV. Troubleshooted the HDMI-CEC for hours on my new Xbox Series S, to no avail. The TV powers on and off with it, but that is all I can control. Returning after a couple days. I wanted so badly for it to work because it’s really a decent remote otherwise. Hopefully they fix the battery door problem in the future because that is a big problem and there are not yet any silicone covers for this remote like the old model.
Looks like a remote but doesn't function like a remote. A tap on the increase or decrease volume button registers two (2) to four (4) clicks instead of one (1). At time you have to point the remote to the ceiling or XBox directly to get a connection. Does not turn XBox on or off, have to use the XBox controllers to power the unit up then control with this flimsy remote.
Why bother I need only one (1) controller / remote when streaming not two (2) devices. If it wasnt for the fact this remote looks cool... I would have already returned it but keeping it for the eye candy wow factor.
I had high hopes for this remote, just based on the majority of the reviews. But there is a glaring problem with it, that being, that it is VERY finicky when it comes to actually working. It needs to be pointed very deliberately in the exact right position to actually register a button press. Further, when it comes to the volume, that is particularly difficult. Oddly enough, I found that pointing it up, toward the ceiling, worked the best. Why? I don’t know, but here we are.
As such, I do not recommend this product whatsoever. There are other products out there that do a much better job, including the actual Xbox controllers.
My dog chewed my official Microsoft remote that I had for five years, so I ordered this one to replace it. I like how the remote feels, but I had multiple problems that many other reviewers had. The back button is in an inconvenient place (bottom of remote) and the backlight doesn't stay on long enough. I would've been able to live with these two negatives, but the deal-breaker is the battery cover on the back. It comes off nearly every time I press a button. When a button is pressed, you naturally pull slightly downward on the back of the remote for opposing pressure, but the battery cover on mine slides right off almost every time. It's not on incorrectly either, as it's physically impossible to put it on the wrong way (I've tried). This negative alone is why I'm returning the remote and going to purchase the official Microsoft remote that I had before.
I’m really disappointed in this remote. The back battery cover slips off constantly even when simply pressing the buttons. The layout of the buttons is poorly designed as well. The most common button used (the back button) is awkwardly placed away from the scroll buttons making you look down at the remote to locate it every time you need to push it. Also the remote does not control the volume on my TV. Might be a Xbox console issue but my previous Xbox remote did this fine.