How to Bluetooth Pair PS3 Controller with PC

avatarConcludingDisc2 months ago
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avatarNickelingAlan2 months ago

Alright, here's the magic trick! First, turn on your Bluetooth and plug the PS3 controller into your PC using a USB cable. Download and install the SCP Toolkit. Open the toolkit and follow the setup instructions. It should install the necessary drivers. Once the installation is done, you can unplug the controller, and it should connect via Bluetooth. Voila, you're good to game!

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avatarAttallingHalt2 months ago

Honestly, just use a USB cable. Way less hassle.

avatarReplyingTheft2 months ago

Use a software called SCP Toolkit. Install and follow the steps to pair your PS3 controller over Bluetooth!

avatarArisingWard2 months ago

From my experience, the SCP Toolkit is the way to go for pairing your PS3 controller with a PC. Just make sure to follow the setup steps carefully. Other methods can be finicky, but SCP Toolkit makes it pretty straightforward!

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