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Introduction

This guide will teach you how to remove the front cover plate from your Xbox One wireless controller. Initially, no screws will be visible. Follow the steps to locate each factory screw.

  1. Slide the battery cover toward the top of the controller to remove it. Lift up  the batteries or the battery pack from the battery compartment.
    • Slide the battery cover toward the top of the controller to remove it.

    • Lift up the batteries or the battery pack from the battery compartment.

  2. Insert a plastic opening tool into the top seam, and  gently work the opening tool to the bottom of the controller. Continue using the opening tool to gently pry the side plate off of the controller.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool into the top seam, and gently work the opening tool to the bottom of the controller.

    • Continue using the opening tool to gently pry the side plate off of the controller.

    • Repeat this process for the second side plate.

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  4. Gently peel the battery label  or punch a hole in the center of the sticker in the battery compartment to reveal the hidden screw.
    • Gently peel the battery label or punch a hole in the center of the sticker in the battery compartment to reveal the hidden screw.

    • Remove the five 9mm torx-9 security screws from the back of the controller.

  5. Orient the controller so the front plate is facing up. Lift the front cover off of the controller.
    • Orient the controller so the front plate is facing up.

    • Lift the front cover off of the controller.

  6. Turn the controller face down and gently lift the rear plate.
    • Turn the controller face down and gently lift the rear plate.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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2 Comments

i used a t8 and it worked

Rudy Bp - Reply

T9 is VERY snug. T8 would probably be better but I don’t have one to try.

Craig Ferguson - Reply

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