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DualShock 4 controller now works wirelessly with the PlayStation 3

How to use the DualShock 4 PS4 controller wirelessly on PS3

It's possible to get your PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller working wirelessly with your PlayStation 3 following a recent update to the console.

Sony recently issued a new update for the PS3 that quietly added support for the DualShock 4 controller without the use of a micro USB cable. Previously you had to use a cable for it to work.

Here’s the steps to follow:

  • Make sure your PS3 has at least firmware 4.60
  • Connect the DualShock 4 to your PS3 with the cable and turn the PS3 on.
  • Go to Accessory settings.
  • Go to Manage Bluetooth Devices and scan for a device.
  • While scanning, hold down the PS and SHARE buttons on the DualShock 4
  • Select Wireless Controller (the DualShock 4 light should now be white)
  • Unplug it and try it out.
Even after connected wirelessly, the DualShock 4 won’t be able to execute certain commands, with the Sixaxis, PS button, and vibration functions all disabled.

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