Swap the button caps with the different types included to find which best suits your playstyle. You may want to turn off your Access controller while swapping caps to avoid accidentally pressing the buttons during gameplay.
Detach a cap. Press the release latch on the end of the cap, and then lift the cap straight up.
Attach a cap.
Align a cap on an empty button socket and press down until you hear a “click”.
Each button socket is assigned to a button number between 1 and 8.
The button caps can’t be used on the center button.
Swap the stick cap with one of the different types included to find which best suits your playstyle. You may want to turn off your Access controller while switching caps to avoid accidentally moving the stick during gameplay.
Detach the cap. Pull the cap up away from the stick mount.
Attach a cap.
Press a cap down onto the stick mount until you hear a “click”.
If the analog stick doesn't work with your playstyle, try different stick caps or change the stick sensitivity/deadzone setting.
How to change your Access controller button cap tags
After you assign buttons, use button cap tags on the button caps so you can remember your assignments. You may want to turn off your Access controller while swapping tags to avoid accidentally pressing the buttons during gameplay.
To attach a tag, insert the tag into the hole of the cap and press down firmly.
To detach a tag, pinch the sides of the tag and pull it straight out of the hole of the cap.
The touch padbutton button cap tag identifies the touch pad button function.
Use the blank button cap tag to mark your own button function.