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its a ps4 so it comes with a hdmi cable. Place the hdmi cable into the back of the ps4 and put the other end into a hdmi input
on the TV . Don't know the TV but usually there are a number of HDMI input ports on most modern tv's.
Then switch tv source to HDMI .
Happy gaming Phillip
you will have to plug the usb cable into the controller and into the front of the PS4 and then charge the controller by pressing the power button on ps4. The controller has to be paired to the ps4. The manual that came with the ps4 should go into it in more detail.
Rooting has nothing to do with the ps4 controller pairing with android device, so rooting won't change anything at all, there are apps that can be downloaded on the phone in apk format that can act as a ps4 controller just bare in mind that the phone doesn't contain the capacity to act as a ps4 controller fully so there will always be bugs and glitches
the batteries in these controllers are rechargeable yes. But there comes a time when these won't hold charges anymore and that is normal. Thats when you have to replace the controller. with the release of the ps4 i've seen sony ps3 controllers as low as $20. great time to pick up a pair or two or three
This works: Turn ps3 on. Plug the controller into the usb cable and into ps3. Then plug the dongle into other usb port. After a short time the dongle will flash quickly (this means it's in pairing mode - when the dongle flashes slowly it's too late). Press the PS/Home button as soon as you see the dongle fast flashing. All the LED's on the controller will begin to flash and after a short time one (or two) will remain solid. Immediately disconnect the charging usb lead from the controller and again the LED's will flash, push the PS/Home button again and after a short time one or two will remain solid. The controller should now be working. If the controller fails to respond repeat this process but make sure that you disconnect the dongle and reinsert (so you can see the fast flashing lights and try again).
Try to reset the SIXAXIS it is a small button located at the top of the back of the control. If that fails, try this.Plug the mini-USB port end of the USB cable into the PlayStation 3 controller while connecting the standard USB port end of the cable to your PC. Wait for Windows to report that it has "Detected New Hardware" and let Windows go through its full scan. When Windows says that it could not recognize the hardware, the scan is complete Download the appropriate drivers for your controller, either SIX AXIS or DUAL SHOCK 3 (it is written on the top of the controller). These drivers can be found on several websites by doing a Google search for "PS3 Controller PC Drivers Unzip the driver files from the zipped folder to someplace easily accessible on the hard drive (such as your desktop). Double-click the Setup icon and follow the directions given on-screen to install the SIX AXISdrivers Unhook the controller and reset your computer to complete the installation process. Any further questions feel free to ask.
they don't have it. the dual shock 2 has it. but thats a ps2 controller. the dual shock 3 is a six axis controller, sony opted for six axis instead of vibration. if your lucky you may be able to find a setup to use a dual shock 2 setup to use with an wireless adapter for the ps3. good luck with that one though.
Try this First get a paper clip and push the reset button on the back of the controller while its plugged in to the PS3. The lights should blink, and it will re-pair with your PS3 if you still have it plugged in. It should start charging again and will stop blinking as usual when it's done.
ps3 controller battery is most likely bad or a bad usb port on controller.
Call sony see what they say.
is this the six axis? if so have you tried the reset button on the bottom of the controller? And does it work when plugged in to the usb port? if you have plugged it in and it still dosent work then its possible the controller is bad. If it does work when its plugged in then its the controller battery. if you try it without the usb and it just blinks 4 red lights then the PS3 isnt picking it up and could be a problem with the bluetooth reciever in the PS3.