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    natey2 Guest

    Charge controllers with PS3 off help?

    Any way to charge game controllers with the PS3 off? I hooked up a powered USB hub, and the controllers still won't charge unless the PS3 is on.

    PS3 4.11

  2. #2
    Bartholomy Guest
    You can charge your controller even with a computer, using your hub. Obiouvsly if you was expecting a charge using your hub plugged on your ps3 when off, it will not work..

  3. #3
    Portalcake Guest
    Or you could get a Common Charger (DC5V on power rails, D+ and D- lines shorted) and leave it on the tap for the night.

    My Galaxy Tab 8.9's charger works just fine for this purpose.

  4. #4
    bitsbubba Guest
    any USB to AC wall outlet (any phone charger with mini USB, iPhone charger w/ USB cable, etc...)

  5. #5
    racer0018 Guest
    I use a charge unit i bought at kmart for 10.00 dollars, it charges 4 at one time, not to bad.

  6. #6
    HeyManHRU Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Bartholomy View Post
    You can charge your controller even with a computer, using your hub. Obiouvsly if you was expecting a charge using your hub plugged on your ps3 when off, it will not work..
    Exactly, I just charge my controllers while I'm on my PC.

  7. #7
    B4rtj4h Guest
    Only downside is when connected to a PC is that you need to resync them. Thing i did is go to Intertoys etc and buy a cheap ass 5V USB adapter. It works perfectly!

  8. #8
    Ni72ous Guest
    I never had to re-sync my controls after charging on pc usb.

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk.

  9. #9
    elser1 Guest
    even if you do need to rsync controllers, which you won't if you leave controller off i believe its no big deal eh.. LOL

  10. #10
    Bartholomy Guest
    Aye lol.

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