I have had this issue with the ps5 controller for the past 3 weeks now. I have this issue with it when I put in the ps5 controller at night while watching tv. I have seen this issue come up on other forums and I thought it may be a firmware upgrade issue. I have called the PS5 team and they said that there is nothing they can do about the issue, and they will be sending out the defective part and replacement as soon as possible.
This is a shame because after hearing their explanation, I feel that it is probably the right thing to do. I have had the PS5 controller for almost a year now. After almost every game release, I get an email from PS5 requesting the controller to be placed in my ps3. Then I wait for the game to come out and play it for a few days or so. I have had no issues with it.
The issue is not the controller, but the fact that I had to get it to PS5. I bought the controller with a few other controllers (and other ps3 games) a few months ago. I got my PS5 yesterday. I have not had any issues with it. I’m sure if I had it shipped to me, I would have had no issues.
I still have no idea why I bought it.
After I get the controller, I will play the game until it charges, and then the game will not charge. After the game charges, I can play the game for about five hours or so before it stops. I have no idea what can be causing this. I hope it is just a timing issue with the controller but I want to be sure, so I will play the game until it charges again.
I have a feeling I will have more trouble with them getting charged without it being charged. I will be using the “fucking” controller to charge my computer for all the games I need, but if it does not charge, I will be having issues with the controller.
The controller was not charging all the time. This was the case at one point. I’ll have to check if it was just a power issue or if there was some other issue.
Another one is that I don’t know if it’s a “power issue” or not. There is no problem with that.
That controller seems to have had problems with charging for some of its games. I noticed that when I was working on some of the games over the weekend, when I would plug it in, that it would charge, but not when I would unplug it and plug it back in, so I wonder if it has a memory issue that causes it to stop charging.
To say that something is out of spec on a controller is a pretty good way to say that it is not working. The most common is that the button that controls the controller will not register. Try the same in a PC and see if it works. If it does, then whatever is causing the problem is most likely fixed. Also, it is possible that whatever is causing the controller to fail is an issue with the PS5 controller’s firmware.