What You’ll Need
Before we get into the details, here’s what you’ll need: – A PS4 console – A PS4 DualShock controller – A USB cable
Step 1: Connect the Controller to Your PS4
To sync your PS4 controller with your console, start by connecting the controller to your PS4 with a USB cable. Make sure your console is turned on.
Step 2: Press the PS Button
Once your controller is connected, press the PS button in the center of the controller. This will turn on the controller and activate the sync mode.
Step 3: Sync Your Controller
To sync your PS4 controller with your console, press and hold the Share button and the PS button on your controller at the same time. Hold them down until the light on the back of your controller starts flashing.
Step 4: Wait for the Controller to Sync
Once the light on the back of your controller starts flashing, wait for it to stop. This means that your controller has successfully synced with your PS4 console.
How do I know if my PS4 controller is synced?
You’ll know your PS4 controller is synced when the light on the back of the controller stops flashing.
What do I do if my PS4 controller won’t sync?
If your PS4 controller won’t sync, try resetting the controller by holding down the reset button on the back of the controller for a few seconds. Then, try syncing it again.
How do I turn off my PS4 controller?
To turn off your PS4 controller, press and hold the PS button until the light on the back of the controller turns off.
Can I sync multiple PS4 controllers?
Yes, you can sync up to four PS4 controllers with your console.
Syncing your PS4 controller with your console is a simple process, but it can be frustrating if it doesn’t work the first time. By following these steps, you’ll be able to sync your PS4 controller in no time and get back to gaming.