The wireless controls are the best that provide the consoles modern, but sometimes, these controls can be a hassle, especially when they stop working for no reason perceptible. With the DualShock 4 of PlayStation 4, the Bluetooth connection between the console and the control can sometimes fail and create some problems. The process to sync any controller with your console is easy, how to synchronize a control for PS4? You explain it in detail so that you’re ready to return to play as soon as possible. Here you will find everything you need to know to synchronize your control PlayStation 4 DualShock with the console PS4 and solve the potential problems of connectivity. And if you want to connect a control Dualshock 4 to your PC, the good news, because you explain it well.
GET A USB CABLE
To synchronize a control DualShock PlayStation 4 with a PS4 is extremely easy, but requires a hardware component: a USB cable. There is a wireless solution to match the controls through Bluetooth, so to sync new controls with your PS4, you’ll need a cable. The DualShock 4 comes with a cable incporado, but any USB 2.0 cable, Micro-B will work. Connect the USB cable to control or command, then to the USB port on the PlayStation 4.
TURN ON THE PS4
When you turn on the PS4 controller will automatically connect to the PlayStation thanks to the USB cable. You’ll have to press the button of PlayStation in the control center to turn it on, and when you do, the PS4 will take you to the login screen to choose a player account associated with that control. You’ll be able to know that the control is working because the bar LED light at the top of the control will turn blue (or another color, if this is not the first connected controller: red for Player 2, green for Player 3, and pink for player 4). This cable will also charge your control, with the light on yellow when the control is loading but is not turned on.
MAKE SURE THAT THE KNOB IS LOADED
When you find problems with a control that does not work wirelessly with your console, a common problem with the pairing is that the remote has a low battery. And if you suspect that this may be the problem, unplug it and then plug it again.
Make sure the control is charging when you connect it; when you’re not using it, you will see that the light bar at the top turns yellow. If it is not charging, it is possible that you have another problem or a faulty cable.
RESTART YOUR CONTROL BY TELLING THE PS4 THAT YOU “FORGET”
If your problems with pairing are not related to the power supply or the cable, it is possible that you may have to restart both the controller like the PlayStation 4 to re-pair them. If you have a control that still works, you can do so in the settings menu of the PS4. You are on the home screen on the far right, represented by an icon of a suitcase.
Navigate to the menu, Devices and then select Bluetooth. You’ll see all the controls there, as well as any other Bluetooth device that you use with your PlayStation. Choose the one that you’re trying to reset (it can be difficult to guess and you may need to turn on all the controls or knobs if you have more than one), select it and press X.
Now press the button Options on the remote control to open a context menu, and select Forget device. This will make your control disengagement of the PlayStation 4.
Once this is done, you should be able to just connect the controller with the USB cable to pair it again to the console, as mentioned at the beginning of this guide.
DO A HARD RESET IN YOUR CONTROL OR REMOTE CONTROL
If the new pairing of the control does not work, the problem could be the control itself and not the PS4. In that case, you will need to restart the control. You will need a unfolded paper clip (or something similarly thin and resistant) with the press of a hidden button on your PS4 to reset it.
Now, power off your PS4 and desenchúfala, as well as to your router or Internet modem, so that your control does not receive any network signal when I restart. When you are finished, turn the knob and look for a small hole on the right side. Push the clip into the hole and tap in the following three to five seconds. It is best to hold the button until you count to 10 to be safe.
When you’ve done that, re-connect both your router and your PS4. Turn on the PS4, then connect your control to the USB cable. That should re-pair the control from scratch. If that does not work, it is possible that the remote is dead.
ALTERNATIVE: CONNECT USING USB ONLY
It is also possible to bypass the Bluetooth wireless connection and play with the controls or gamepads DualShock 4 in a connection completely USB. Obviously, it is not the ideal solution when you can play wirelessly, but it is an effective solution when the problems of connectivity and signal persist. You can configure a control so that it only communicates with the PS4 via USB when it is plugged in by changing the settings in the Devices menu, as indicated above. In Devices, navigate to the Controls and then set any control to communicate only via USB when connected. That way, the problems of signal or Bluetooth should not affect the control provided you have a cable connection.
In this guide you can see how to do a hard reset of the PS4
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