Rumble for people with pacemakers
Hi my name is Debra,
I have a suggestion I hope you can pass on to the firmware folks. I have a heart condition and I have a pacemaker.
A year ago, I opened up my Xbone and removed the wifi card (knowing about warranty void etc.). I strictly use wired internet with a wired controller. I CANNOT have wifi direct/wifi/blutooth devices in my home due to my condition. Xbone's latest firmware does not allow rumble over any wired controllers when the WiFi direct card is physically removed. I know this as a matter of fact and it's very unfortunate for myself and surely others in my situation.
I assume the firmware is what it is to simplify the battery level controlling the rumble being on or off for the wireless user, although there was a time where my wired controllers did rumble with the WiFi direct card removed.
Could you please pass on my request for a future firmware update to include controller rumble for those who have physically removed the WiFi direct card. It would be GREATLY appreciated, I LOVE my Xbone.
Thanks kindly for your time.
The option choices should be there.
I understand your situation is different to the vast majority, so giving this an upvote to see if anything can be done to improve your quality of life in terms of Xbox controller vibration.
I'm with ya.
E4E Lazy Shadow commented
i use wired controller and it rumbles for me... when i play "THE CREW" it gives my hands a deep tissue massage... wish my dad could have felt it... RIP 7/29/2012... (TT_TT)
I hope you get what you want good luck.
This would be nice!
Mistress Sara commented
Here's hoping a solution can be found for you and others.
I like this idea
Good luck with this :)
I am sorry but this is *** I have had a pacemaker for since I was born and I am technology mad and no WiFi interferes with mine sorry but that's *** did you know that there are Bluetooth in TV remotes that's how they work ! A device with an infra red port like tv remotes electronic car keys for central locking remotes for cd players they all have a former of WiFi and Bluetooth and I know that WiFi direct dosent interfer with pacemakers
EG HELL REIGN commented
you can go to any game store or shop online for a wired controller
I hope they'll change that for you and all the people who have a pacemaker! Good luck and Microsoft please look at this!