How To Reset PS4 Controller Pairing The Right Way
It happens many times that your PS4 controller would have a problem pairing with your console so you’ll need to reset it in order to pair it again and eliminate this issue.
In fact, you can almost always resolve pairing issues as well as any other problems you might be having with your PlayStation 4 controller by performing a reset on it. We’ll walk you through how to perform a hard reset on your DualShock 4 wireless controller so you can pair it again to your controller without any problem.
It is worth noting that when you reset your PS4 controller to fix pairing issues you actually don’t lose your games, stored game data, or any other files on your console. The only thing that the reset process will affect is the controller itself.
Reset PS4 Controller Pairing
You’ll need a paper clip or another similarly thin and delicate implement to reset your PS4 controller. and fix your pairing issues. To reset your controller, you’ll put it in the minuscule hole there.
- Once you’ve been able to obtain a tool like that, disconnect your controller from your PlayStation 4 console and turn your console off.
- You will see a small hole on the back of your controller, next to the L2 shoulder button.
- Put a paper clip or another similar instrument you have into that little hole. For roughly five seconds, keep the tool inserted (which will press the reset button within).
- Now that it has been reset, your controller is prepared to connect to your console.
- Connect your controller to the USB connection on your console to re-pair it. Next, start your console.
- Press the PS button on your controller as soon as your PS4 turns on.
- You can use your controller to play games now that it has been associated with your system.
The PS4 controller hard reset takes care of the majority of controller-related problems on your PS4. You can learn more on how to reset your PS4 controller and why you need to from this article.