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Title: Does Titan Two work with Apex on Xbox One?
Post by: nick123459 on 07:35 PM - 03/12/18
The Titan One and Cronusmax Plus work with Apex on xbox one but you gotta restart the xbox one with apex plugged into cronus or titan one and into the xbox one for it to display 0, but if u unplug it u will have to restart the one once again which is annoying, anyway im getting a Titan Two in a few days and was just wondering if anyone has gotten the T Two to work with apex on xbox one without any issues, plz reply if so.
Title: Re: Does Titan Two work with Apex on Xbox One?
Post by: campos3452 on 01:51 PM - 05/31/18
I wouldn't know ,but it works well with My PS4 Titan One script for BF: Hardline to Xim Apex perfectly.
Title: Re: Does Titan Two work with Apex on Xbox One?
Post by: antithesis on 05:39 PM - 05/31/18
It's an issue with the XB1 authentication protocol. It doesn't happen on 360, PS3 or PS4.

If you don't want to cold boot the XB1, consider purchasing a USB switch. Toggling away from the XB1, then back to it will correctly reset the USB port authentication. That's how I hot-swap my Titans & CM on XB1.

I use an IOGear GUS404 to swap my Xim setup between the 4 consoles. You could probably get away with a $9 Sabrent 1-port USB switch - I use one of them to swap my kb from Apex to Titan Two.

Here's the Sabrent switch -
https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Computers-Peripherals-Indicators-USB-SW20/dp/B074TZKGVR/ (https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Computers-Peripherals-Indicators-USB-SW20/dp/B074TZKGVR/)

Plug the Titan Two into the front of the switch and one of the USB cables from the rear into the XB1. Leave the other output port with nothing in it. Press the toggle button to switch from the XB1 to the blank port, then back again. The XB1 should authenticate the T2 (or CM or T1).

Again, I haven't tested the Sabrent switch for this purpose, but it works for the IOGear which functions the same way, so I'm assuming it'll work for the Sabrent. For $9, it's worth the experiment.