Turned off XBOX controller is still in settings

I clicked fargot about 3 months ago but it's still diplaying

When it shown i was installing xpadneo

disable ertm is set to Y

Is someone here?

Are you using Steam? Are you referring to the "Controllers" settings in Steam?
Or to the Bluetooth settings in Zorin OS?

I mean second option in zorin os settings

Ok, so - bluetooth settings.
Does it appear if the batteries are removed from the controller?


it always display

I have xpadneo and I use an XBOX controller -never had this happen unless the Controller was on and in range.
Moreover, I could not find any config files that would store that...

Can you please check if the system is MisIdentifying a device as an XBOX controller? That happens sometimes.

I uninstalled xpadneo

and i previously used xbox series x controller that not work becaucse no keys

You might purge any xpadneo remaining files.
Check ~/.config and ~/.cache

reinstall blueman

sudo apt install --reinstall blueman

It still appears

That is strange. It should only appear if the XBOX controller is trying to pair.

sudo apt install --reinstall gnome-control-center

it's still here

it shows even on blueman applet

and zorin uses BlueZ

I'm stumped rebok... I tested this earlier using my xpadneo and bluetooth with an XBox controller and it only saw the controller if I was actively pairing it.
Unless you have a very nearby neighbor that is constantly playing on his XBox and your bluetooth is registering his controller - I am at a loss.

I will check on ubuntu cinammon live

it appears to be saved in config file

on other os'es there's no xbox wireless controlled when it's turned off

OS bluez config files?

I wondered this as well. I tried to find, but failed to, any config file that may have it in there.
My inability to find it doesn't mean it doesn't exist... However, when I said:

that is what I referred to.
Let's try a more vigorous test:
Rename the .config direcotry in your home folder to .config-bkp
Reboot and test bluetooth to see if the controller shows up.
If it does, then we know it is not a configuration file and you can remove the new .config directory and rename .config-bkp to .config and reboot.
If it doe snot appear - then it was a config file and you will need to restore your other configuration preferences from the .config-bkp directory, ignoring anything related to xpadneo or bluetooth.

looks like it's saved in wide system config

~/.config is user config

Exactly. Which means it cannot be a configuration file.
Such a configuration would only be saved in User Configs. It would not, ever, be saved in Root.