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Wii remote gets super sensitive and cannot control it

When you select a game it takes forever for the finger to settle on the game. It is almost like the remote is being shaken, but it's not. What settle the signal down? thanks

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Have you tried decreasing the sensitivity on the controller? On the main dashboard click options and it should come under "sensitivity". Try the lowest setting.

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