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I would suggest trying a different TV, and maybe see if you still have any Component or Standard Definition Composite cables to connect the PS3 to the TV and see if it works that way.
I would assume you did this when you said you reset the resolution on your PS3, but turn it off, then hold in the power button until it beeps twice in a row.
(Just in case) Make sure everything is plugged in twice and your TV is on the right input.
If none of that works, there may be something wrong with the graphics adapters on your PS3 in which case you will need to contact Sony about fixing it.
Huh? It's a wireless device that doesn't use a connector cable nevertheless a PS2 cable. All it needs is a standard USB cable with the connector that fits. Didn't your PS3 come with one of these? Mine did. I think what's happening with your controller, though, is that it needs to be charged... .with the USB cable... connected to the front of the unit.
If it was doing it on your old console then its the TV not the PS3.
Causes: HDMI cable (Replace cable), HDMI socket on TV (Get it repaired), If it happens on all HDMI inputs then the video board maybe faulty, Interference - location of PS3 to other equipment.
The first thing to do is move everything else away from your TV except for the PS3, now factory reset the Samsung TV and make sure your firmware is up to date my records show that an update came out in May for your TV, also factory reset the PS3 and setup the HDMI video settings using the wizrad in the PS3, now connect the PS3 through all HDMI inputs to see if its one input or all, if all inputs are the same then the TV maybe faulty.