Hey guys, i juss wanna know that im trying to use the motion feature of my PLAYSTATION 3 wireless controller, im playing a game (RESISTANCE[FALL OF MAN]) with a motion sensor feature, i have also turned the TILT action ON from the controller settings in the options menu but still im not able to use the featur as im constantly moving my controller up down to nd fro...but nothing happens on the screen, if theres any kind of setting apart from game settings itself plz do let me know about it.
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Well, it's simple. what kind of controller do you have, and how old is it? the 2 Sony six axis controllers i bought with my ps3 had buttons that stopped working on them. so it is possible if it is an old controller that the sixaxis just simply "went out" BUT when psn does go back up tomorrow download the little big planet demo or pop the game in if you already have it. it uses the sixaxis to move their heads. GTA4 also has sixaxis parts to it. and you can access that in the phone menu while playing the game. But you might just have to buy another controller if yours isn't working. Hope it helps!
Yes you can connect wirelessly to the internet with your ps3.
PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system
Note: PlayStation 3 40GB / 60GB / 80GB / 160GB models ONLY (20GB model does not have built-in
SIXAXIS™ wireless controller (and USB cable)
AC power cord
A high-speed Internet account (cable or DSL) with an Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Wireless router compatible with 802.11b or 802.11g Wi-Fi standards
Or an Ethernet (wired) router with a Wireless Access Point (WAP)
You may need to open
firewall port numberson your router to connect to the Internet.
The PlayStation 3 will not connect to the Internet through the USB ports.
You will need to know the Service Set Identifier (SSID) of your wireless network. Also make sure the WAP or wireless router is set to
broadcast the SSID; otherwise, the SSID will NOT appear on the
PlayStation 3 scan results.
If you do not know this information, speak to the person who configured your home network (i.e., wireless router) settings.
WEP or WPA Security Key
If your wireless network access is security-enabled (encrypted)
from open access, you will need to know your WEP (Wired Equivalent
Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) security key or password If you do not know this information, speak to the person who configured your home network settings.
You may need to enter the Media Access Control address (MAC
address) of your PlayStation 3 into your WAP if it is required by your
Registering a BD remote control 1. Prepare the BD remote control. 2. Select (Accessory Settings) under (Settings) in the home menu. 3. Select [Register Bluetooth® Device]. 4. Select [Register BD Remote Control]. Only
one BD remote control can be registered at any given time. If you
register another BD remote control, information on the currently
registered headset will be overwritten. 5. Follow the on-screen instructions to register the BD remote control. When the registration (pairing) is complete, a controller number is assigned. Hints
When seven SIXAXIS™ wireless controllers are in use, you cannot register or use a BD remote control.
you register the BD remote control with another PS3™ system, the device
registration with the first PS3™ system will be cleared.
For detailed usage instructions for the BD remote control, refer to the instruction manual for the BD remote control.
I picked up the folling troubleshooting tips from the PlayStation Knowledge Center. I know it may seem silly or insulting; This is not my intention. Problems like this are usually just little things you're over-looking. Give thest tips a shot, one by one, and see if your solution is in here. If it isn't, message me back here & we'll try something else to get your controller working, ok? By the way... Is it a sixaxis controller or dualshock?
Verify if the SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller works with the USB cable.
Verify that the SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller's battery is charged.
Attempt to pair the SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller to another PLAYSTATION 3 system. This helps determine whether the problem is with the system or the controller.
Attempt to connect another SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller to the PLAYSTATION 3.
Move closer to the PLAYSTATION 3 system. The maximum range for Bluetooth is 30 feet.
Make sure you have less than seven Bluetooth peripherals paired with the PLAYSTATION 3.
Unplug any other USB device plugged into the system when pairing the SIXAXIS or DUALSHOCK 3 wireless controller.
Once the controller is plugged in and connected to the console, hold down the PS button to select "turn off the system." Once the system has completed shutting down, unplug the controller and press the PS button. The console should turn on. If so, the controller will connect wirelessly. Unfortunately you'll have to do this with each controller but it works every time.
No, it's not possible to hook up sixaxis to PS2. Sixaxis is a part of DualShock 3 for PS3 which is an optional feature in the PS3 games. Playstation 2 controllers run off of DualShock 2. So sorry, but you're gonna need a PS3 for that.