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It would not sync. solution was to assume poor technical writing.
step zero. turn the controller off.
step one. plug in the battery to the copter.
step two. QUICKLY turn the controller on. if you miss this small window of time, it is going to fail. The copter light blinks fast during this period, and if it slows the blink rate, then you have waited too long.
Next to the button that you use to remove the batteries there is a button that you must hold to sync it to the xbox. You have to also hold the sync button on the xbox which is near the usb ports in the front or if you have a older xbox near the memory slot b slot.
If you have an xbox slim model then there is a button above the USB slots at the bottom. Press Start and Back on the controller until the center button lights up. Then press the button above the two USB solts and hold it for a couple secs.
If you have n old xbox there should be a simliar button some where.
Also if you bought one of the charging packs for the controller, use the cord that came with it.
Thank you for your time, Good luck and I hope it works.
i just sync both of mine to my ps3 it was giving me difficult at first, but i noticed the when u first put in ur usb wireless thing it starts to blink really fast and when u push the p3 button on the controller twice it flashes really fast. so i took out the wireless usb thing then put it back in so the light on it would be flashing really fast like it was searching for somthing, then press the p3 button twice to make the lights flash really fast aswell so it will sync with it. Thats how i got both of my controllers synced we my ps3. the lights on on the wireless usb thing and the controller lights must be flashing fast at the same time to sync.
If the Joystick batteries are fully charged, and the playstation is active, pressing the playstation button on the controller should sync up a channel. If it doesn't, you may have to connect it with the USB wire until it syncs properly. We have had troubles also when a controller becomes sync'd to the wrong playstation (we have 3 in this house) and the controllers can work up to 40 feet away. So even a close neighbor's system can interfere. Once you have sync'd it with the USB wire, then it should work fine wirelessly.
Putting batteries in controller Turn on the PS3 Turn on controller Press the sync button, the LEDs will flash rapidly Insert the usb that comes with the controller, the LEDs flash slowly Press the home button on the remote READY.