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When using the controller wirelessly, if the controller and the system are too far apart,
you will not be able to operate the system effectively.
When using the wireless controller, you must pair it with the system and assign
it a controller number. With the system turned on (power indicator on the system
front is lit solid green), connect the system and the controller using the USB
cable, and then press the PS button on the controller.
Check the charge level of the wireless controller battery. When the controller is
used in wireless mode, it will not function if the battery does not have any charge
left. Charge the battery by connecting the controller to the system with the USB
Wireless controllers for the PS3™ system are not equipped with a vibration
function and will not vibrate when using software that support the vibration
Reset the wireless controller by pushing the reset button on the controller rear
with a sharp-tipped object such as a pen.
same problem here man... its that the battery has taken too much damage (left in a warm place too long, falls it took etc) and can only function with a lead to feed abit of juice to it.. .there are some shops that wil repair it for yah hope this helped
I am having the same problem. I noticed that after the last update, my PS3 controllers will not work until I get signed in and it no longer automatically signs me in. I have to plug the controller in by usb, shut it down, restart it, manually sign in, then I can unplug the controllers and go wireless. This is a real pain. I attempted to contact Sony 3 times but each time the wait was 10 minutes or more so I hung up.
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