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If you are having issues charging your controller, and you have used various usb cables, ensure that you are using the USB cable that came with the system. You will know what it looks like because it has that distinctive ferrite core on the cable.
The most likely cause of this is a hardware problem. If you can, test the controller on an Xbox 360. If it won't work on a 360, it's broken. Return it to whomever sold it.
Connecting a Dualshock 3 controller to a MAc is possible via bluetooth: How to Connect a PlayStation 3 Controller to a Mac But it looks like controller support for The Sims 4 will not be available: Sims 4(PC) To Enable Controller/Gamepad Support (this question refers to PC specifically, but it's more than likely to apply cross platform) As RESPAWN has ...
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Power the XBOX one console on. Plug the smaller end of the controllers USB-B micro cable into the top of the controller. Hold down on the directional pad (D-Pad) and plug the larger side of the USB cable into the XBOX one console while still holding down. The controllers red LED lights will illuminate and the controller will begin to vibrate. You may then ...
There are adapters you can get, I am almost 100% positive. Like this one here: http://cronusmax.com
No, not possible. The controllers use different software and are incompatible.
No. That is an xbox 360 controller for xbox which isn't compatible with playstation. You just have to save up money to get another dualshock 4.
Unplug it from the computer, and hold the Xbox button down for more than 5 seconds.
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