With the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controllers, the Bluetooth connection between the console and the controller can sometimes get interrupted and create some issues. Luckily, the process for syncing any controller with your console is easy, and even if you have issues, resetting a controller so that it can get a clear signal doesn’t take too much work, either.Here’s everything you need to know to sync your PlayStation 4 DualShock controller to your PS4 console, and to fix it if it’s having connectivity problems. And if you want to connect a Dualshock 4 controller to your PC, good news.We have a guide for that too.Syncing a PlayStation 4 DualShock controller to a PS4 is extremely easy, but it does require one piece of hardware. A USB cable. There’s no wireless workaround for pairing controllers via Bluetooth, so in order to sync new controllers with your PS4, you’ll need a cable. Your DualShock 4 controller comes with a cable packaged in it, but any USB 2.0 Micro-B cable will work. Plug the USB cable into the controller, then into the USB port in the PlayStation 4.When you turn on your PS4, your controller should automatically connect with your PlayStation thanks to the USB cable. You’ll need to push the PlayStation button in the center of the controller to turn the controller on, and when you do that, the PS4 should take you to the login screen to choose a player account to go with that controller. You’ll be able to tell the controller is working because the LED light bar on the top of the controller will turn blue (or another color, if it isn’t the first controller connected — red for Player 2, green for Player 3, and pink for Player 4). That cable will also charge your controller, with the light turning yellow when the controller is charging but not turned on.When you’re having trouble with a controller not working wirelessly with your console, the usual issue with pairing is that the controller is undercharged. If it sounds like the “unplug it and then plug it back in” solution to the problem, it is.