How to Connect Your PS4 Controller To Windows PC
How to Connect Your PS4 Controller To Windows PC

The launch of PS4 has changed the gaming world forever and it has dominated all the other console gaming. PS4 comes with incredible games collection and the main feature is that it comes with a new feature of sharing that has changed the gaming forever. This feature is available on the controller which made a huge impact on gaming find out how?

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Most of the people prefer computers over consoles because it has multi-tasking ability that performs all computer operations along with gaming. But gaming on the keyboard has never been easy, so here is a simple yet an unknown tutorial to connect your PS4 controllers to your computer.

You can connect PS4 controller Wireless/via Bluetooth.

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Follow the steps below carefully.

Step 1. You need to have Bluetooth ‘ON’ on your PC.

Step 2. Go to start menu then type Bluetooth, then select Bluetooth settings. Turn the Bluetooth ‘ON‘.

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Step 3. Make sure your PS4 controller is ‘OFF‘. Now hold both the ‘PS‘ and ‘SHARE‘ buttons that are available on the Dualshock 4 until the light bar starts to flash.

Step 4. Now your PS4 controller will appear in the “Manage Bluetooth devices” window as “Wireless Controller” on your PC. Now click pair then you need to enter the password then click next.

How to Connect Your PS4 Controller To Windows PC
How to Connect Your PS4 Controller To Windows PC

Step 5. Now your controller is now connected to your PC. You can play games like excellent Rocket League or the games that supports the PS4 controller. Not only that you can also play games that you are running on your emulator.

Note: If you don’t have Bluetooth on your PC, then you can get Bluetooth dongle online.

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