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Can you use a Play and Charge kit to use wireless a 360 controller on your PC?

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4 years ago#1
It's not recognizing my silver controller with the charge kit usb attatched but i have a really crappy afterglow controller that works fine for my PC...
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4 years ago#2
no
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4 years ago#3
Has to be wired.
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4 years ago#4
Your WIRELESS controlller sends its signal _____ly .
a play and CHARGE kit is used too ____
4 years ago#5
It doesn't work, sadly. It'll charge, though!
4 years ago#6

From: bossk5 | #003
Has to be wired.


You can get a wireless receiver for the PC to get a wireless controller to work.
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4 years ago#7
You can use a Dual Shock 3 and a USB cord on a PC though, if you happen to have one of those.
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4 years ago#8
The charge cable is only used to charge the battery. The controller still uses a wireless signal to connect to the console.
But like the other guy said, you can just get a wireless receiver for your PC and connect it that way.
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