PS5 is the best-selling video gaming console in the world to date. It is the ninth-generation video game console from Sony that stands strong with its competitor, Xbox Series X|S. PS5 crossed the number or volume of sales of its predecessor, PS4 soon after its release. As many players use PS5 for gaming, there are several common issues that occur and troubles players. Previously, DigiStatement has guided you on solving many such issues like changing date and time, muting PS5 controller mic on PC, etc. Just like these issues, in this article, we will be guiding you on how you can resync PS5 Controller to PS5, and fix connection issues. So, continue reading this article till the end to know how to do it.
Resync your PS5 Controller to PS5
There are instances when we try playing games on other video gaming platforms using the PS5 controller. For instance, many players are currently trying to play the recently released game, God of War PC using the PS5 controller. PS5 controller comes with good compatibility that allows its owners to use it even on mobile devices. But, in order to use it back on your PS5, you need to resync it. So, here are some ways to do it:
The first and the easiest way to resync your PS5 controller back to PS5 is through a USB cable. To do it, just plug the USB cable into your PS5 console and controller to start using it. But, what if you don’t have any USB cable to use?
Well, the second method is to disconnect your PS5 controller and sync it again to the console. For it, you need to connect a USB mouse or another controller that functions with your PS5. After you have connected it, go to Settings > Accessories > General > Bluetooth Accessories > Wireless Controller > Delete > Ok. Now that you have deleted your PS5 controller from the Bluetooth Accessories, you will have to reconnect it. To reconnect it, press and hold the “PlayStation Button” and “Share button” together on your controller for 5 to 6 seconds until the controller lights start blinking. Now, in the same settings of the PS5 console, you will see “Wireless Controller” under the Accessories Found section. Select it using your connected controller to start syncing your PS5 controller to the console.
Last but not least, if no method helps you out, you can reset your PS5 controller. To know how to reset your PS5 controller, you can head here.
So, this was how you can resync your PS5 controller to PS5 and fix any connection issues. If you found this article informative, share it with your friends.
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