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No, you must use the supplied Microsoft Adapter. Alternatively you can connect via the Play and Charge Cable (however it will not be wireless). This is incorrect as per the comments below. However any Microsoft Adapter should work (they are not paired to each other) and can be found reasonably online.
Four simple steps: Change to Dinput Insert Receiver into PS3 USB Press any button Change the left analog mode (IF YOU WANT TO, THEN ONLY) PLAY!
I would make sure that you use the correct charging cable as I had major on-going issue like that until I read about using the heavier-duty cable that came with the PS3.
Well as stated before the dualshock 4 works with no aditional drivers in a cable and bluetooth connection to a PC. Note: i only tested with windows 8.1, but sources say it also works on win7 and win8, but in win7 the bluetooth connection keeps getting lost sometimes. I read somewhere enabling a option in the bluetooth driver settings will fix that, dunno ...
I decided to buy a Dualshock 4 and see for myself what works and what doesn't. First off: As promised, the Dualshock 4 works on Windows without the need to install additional drivers.1 Connection is established via a Micro-B USB cable, or via Bluetooth on computers with a Bluetooth receiver. (Hold down the Home and Share buttons together for several seconds ...
This article on Playstation's US support site states: You can connect a DualShock 4 controller to your computer using a USB cable or via Bluetooth (your computer must have Bluetooth support). Basic functions are supported via these methods. Unfortunately, it doesn't explain what constitutes "basic functions". It also states: We do not have any ...
or you can go to ea sports folder fifa11 game fifa setup and fifa config and go to controller and just put your keys it works !
You need to sync the controller with the PS3 before it'll work with your console. To sync your controller, connect it to the console via the USB cable, the 4 lights on the top should flash. Now press the PS (i.e. Home) button (large round button in the middle of the controller, between Start, Select & the analog sticks). Only one light should flash ...
Xbox One controller WILL NOT work with the 360. I have both consoles and have tested. Microsoft It self stated that the controller shall not work on 360. Meaning Xbox One controller works only with Xbox One and 360 controller works with/only 360 console. But PS4 Dualshock controller works on 360 not sure about Xbox One though.
It means your Xbox is hot letting you know system fan is still on to cool it down
Yes, the Controller will work with Windows RT-Games, because Windows will recognize the Pad, no matter if it's Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or RT. Even Windows Phone works. Have a look at this Youtube-Video covering Windows RT (Surface) + XBox 360 Controller. This channel has some other RT-Videos too (i.e. USB-Tests and more). I may be wrong, but I think you can even ...
Here is a little run-down of the possible situation with a short explanation. Controllers have 2 ways to communicate: Xinput, the modern protocol. Almost all modern games (especially the XBOX 360 ports) will work with these controllers. They usually have "soft" trigger buttons, meaning they replicate the action of real life triggers. Also, similar to XBOX ...
Yes. As long as your charger can successfully negotiate with the object is it charging from, it will work. The chances depend on alot of things. Experience : I have tried this successfully with my laptop.
To have it turn off automatically after not being used for a while: choose the settings option from the menu on the top of the main screen (far right, next to the power symbol, toolbox icon) scroll down and choose 'Power Save Settings' choose 'Turn Off DUALSHOCK 4 Automatically' select 10, 30, or 60 minutes as the idle time before the controller is turned ...
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