@ Slivic22 Some games does not use Sensor Bar pointing because they play with motion/accelerometer only. After you select the number of sets on Wii Sports Tennis, there is no Sensor Bar pointing except for Pause menu. That's because you Swing the remote like a racket.
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There have been many people asking for help with 'stuck' wii remotes. The Wii picks it up and menus can be navigated but swinging on games such as Tennis will not work. This problem arises from the accelerometer seizing up/getting stuck.
The easy way to fix this is to hold your Wii remote in your hand and sharply tap it on all sides against your other hand. This should not break your Wii remote because the accelerometer is the only moving part in it. If this does not work then the accelerometer will have completely seized up or the connections to the accelerometer are broken. This can only really be solved by (occasionally this works) smacking your remote extremely hard if it seized up, opening it yourself and testing out your DIY hardware skills or sending it in for repair. Failing all this you could just go and buy yourself a new one!
Hey, maybe your Wii is not sensing the remotes movement if there is too much light in the room. Try to sinc the remote to the console and then go to the options and check the sensitivity and adjust if necessary.
Hold the Wii Remote with the button side down. Without using much
force, firmly tap the button side of the remote against the palm of
your other hand a few times. Doing this does not take a lot of force,
so be sure not to tap the Wii Remote very hard. Check for proper
Check to make sure the Sensor Bar cord is inserted into the back of the Wii
console and the Sensor Bar is centered above or below your TV screen.
Make sure you are using fresh batteries in the Wii Remote.
The Wii Remote Controller should be used between 3 to 10 feet from the TV.
Make sure no objects are blocking the signals between the Sensor Bar,
the Wii console, and the Wii Remote.
Check for interference from infra-red light sources, such as candles,
sunlight, fireplaces, and stoves.
Radio frequency interference may cause the Wii Remote to work erratically.
Check for wireless devices such as cordless
phones, wireless computer keyboards or mice, or other similar devices, and move or turn them off.
Have you tried the game settings?There is an option in the wii menu to adjust the wii mote to the sensor bar.Also make sure both are clean.Be sure the sensor bar is centered with the tv,and make sure you have fresh batteries.Hope this helps!
try syncing the remote (under the cover on the back of the wii remote where the battery's are there is a circular red button press it then on the front of the wii where you can put your SD card there is a rectangular button press it if that does not work then try doing it the other way around if that does not work keep trying if that does not work i dont know what will
The accelerometers are stuck. Hold the controller so you can smack it on the palm of your free hand. Smack on the palm of your hand with the same force and quickness as you would a fly swatter. This will free the accelorometer. The accelorometer gets locked up when you swing to hard. Also try changing your batteries.