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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the XBox One WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox One. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $14.89 ($2.05 added for tax) and I paid $9.99 extra for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver for it. If you don’t you can find them at Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store or auto parts stores. It will be most expensive at auto parts stores so avoid if you can if you want it right away. You can also get it online of course and there are some Xbox One WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them but it’s more expensive than getting them separately. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the XBox One WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox One. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $14.89 ($2.05 added for tax) and I paid $9.99 extra for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver for it. If you don’t you can find them at Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store or auto parts store. It will be most expensive at auto parts stores so avoid if you can if you want it right away. You can also get it online of course and there are some Xbox One WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them but it’s more expensive than getting them separately. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!

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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox One. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $14.89 ($2.05 added for tax) and I paid $9.99 extra for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store or auto parts stores. It will be most expensive at auto stores so avoid if you can if you want it right away. You can also get it online of course and there are some Xbox One WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the XBox One WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox One. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $14.89 ($2.05 added for tax) and I paid $9.99 extra for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and ratchet screwdriver for it. If you don’t you can find them at Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store or auto parts stores. It will be most expensive at auto parts stores so avoid if you can if you want it right away. You can also get it online of course and there are some Xbox One WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them but it’s more expensive than getting them separately. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!

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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $15 plus $10 for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store. You can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox One. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $14.89 ($2.05 added for tax) and I paid $9.99 extra for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store or auto parts stores. It will be most expensive at auto stores so avoid if you can if you want it right away. You can also get it online of course and there are some Xbox One WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!

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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $15 plus $10 for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store. You can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped you. Peace!
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $15 plus $10 for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store. You can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. Remember, this is a last resort if the other options on this thread and updating your firmware on the XBox One for the wireless controllers didn’t work! I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps sometime after my wireless controllers stopped working. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped anyone. Peace!

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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I needed was Onyehn and I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store, you can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle card. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was from the channel by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone.
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I bought was Onyehn for $15 plus $10 for next day shipping. I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store. You can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone since it saved me from buying a new console and it has been a very long time since I’ve played any games. I actually bought an RF remote for the Xbox One to comfortably watch movies and use the apps. Anyway, have a good day. Let me know if this helped you. Peace!

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-I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox.
+I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox. So just type in XBox One WiFi card in Amazon. The brand I needed was Onyehn and I had my own T8 Torx bit and socket screwdriver for it. If you don’t go to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart, or any local hardware store, you can also get it online of course and there are some WiFi cards on Amazon that come with them. If it’s the original big black Day One style XBox One the WiFi card you need is the small square. If it’s the white XBox One S then the WiFi card you need is the wider rectangle card. The YouTube video that helped to disassemble and switch the WiFi card and if the ribbon cable comes off was from the channel by Essentialz World. Another video by iFixit helped with reassembling the case more clearly. Hope this helps someone.

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I tried all of the options here. My wireless controllers still wouldn’t stay connected. When connected via USB cable there were no issues but I hate playing with a cable. I came across a YouTube video that showed how to disassemble and reassemble the XBox One and replace the WiFi card. The problem was the WiFi card was bad and needed to be replaced. I found one on Amazon and paid extra for next day shipping. I was able to remove the small screws with a T8 Torx bit. I swapped the WiFi card and it is now working perfectly and I don’t have to buy a new Xbox.

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