In this video we take a look at how you can wirelessly pair your PlayStation DualSense controller to a Google Chromebook. We then take a look at how you pair the DualSense controller from your Chromebook and back to your PlayStation 5.
Note: Currently Google Stadia does not fully support the DualSense controller. However, the PS4 DualShock 4 controller is supported by Stadia.
Quick reference notes:
- First power down your PlayStation 5 by holding down the power button until you hear your console beep for a second time.
- Next locate the Create and PS buttons on your controller
- Now hold down the Create and PS buttons for roughly 5 seconds, or until the status lights on the controller start to flash blue.
- With your controller now in Pair Mode you can try to wirelessly connect your controller to Windows.
Note: When you place your controller into Pair Mode, it will no longer be connected to your PS5.
- From the Desktop of ChromeOS select the System Tray – Settings – Bluetooth
- Now in the Bluetooth panel we have a heading called Unpaired devices
- Under Unpaired devices we should find Wireless Controller.
- By selecting Wireless Controller, the controller will pair with ChromeOS.