What You Need
Before we get started on how to Bluetooth PS5 controller, make sure you have the following things:
- A PS5 controller
- A device with Bluetooth capabilities
- A USB cable (to connect your controller to your device)
Pairing Your PS5 Controller
Now that you have everything you need, let’s get started on how to Bluetooth PS5 controller.
Step 1: Turn on Your PS5 Controller
To begin, turn on your PS5 controller by pressing the PlayStation button in the middle. The light on the back of the controller should start flashing.
Step 2: Put Your Device into Pairing Mode
Next, put your device into pairing mode by going into your Bluetooth settings. The steps to do this will vary depending on your device, but generally, you’ll need to go to your settings, then Bluetooth, and turn it on.
Step 3: Connect Your Controller to Your Device
Using your USB cable, connect your PS5 controller to your device. This should automatically pair your controller with your device. If it doesn’t, press and hold the PlayStation button on your controller until it starts flashing again.
Step 4: Disconnect Your USB Cable
Once your PS5 controller is paired with your device, you can disconnect the USB cable. Your controller should now be connected via Bluetooth.
Q: Can I connect my PS5 controller to more than one device?
A: Yes, you can connect your PS5 controller to multiple devices, but you’ll need to pair it with each device separately.
Q: What if my PS5 controller won’t connect?
A: If your PS5 controller won’t connect, try resetting your controller by pressing the reset button on the back with a paperclip or resetting your device’s Bluetooth settings.
Q: Can I use my PS5 controller with my iPhone?
A: Yes, you can use your PS5 controller with your iPhone, but you’ll need to make sure your iPhone is updated to iOS 14 or later.
That’s it! Now you know how to Bluetooth PS5 controller to your device. It’s a simple process that can be done in just a few minutes. Now you can enjoy playing your favorite games with your PS5 controller on your PC, Mac, or mobile phone.