[Official] Playstation 4 PS4 club - Part 3

PierceLee

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YS9 Monstrum NOX
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Just gotten a ps4 and found out that controller need to be plug into console to charge. Any other safer methods that you guys used eg phone charger without damaging the controller? Thanks in advance.
 

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Just gotten a ps4 and found out that controller need to be plug into console to charge. Any other safer methods that you guys used eg phone charger without damaging the controller? Thanks in advance.
Why would plugging to console be dangerous? A phone charger works also.

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Why would plugging to console be dangerous? A phone charger works also.

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Sorry I didn't meant console is dangerous. I meant other methods to charge becos of convenience. Read that phone charger must be 5v.
So wanna know how your guys normally charge the controllers.
 

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Sorry I didn't meant console is dangerous. I meant other methods to charge becos of convenience. Read that phone charger must be 5v.
So wanna know how your guys normally charge the controllers.

charge by plugging it into console. controllers are meant to be charged this way.
 

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Why would plugging to console be dangerous? A phone charger works also.

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Phone chargers with fast charging will FRY your PS4 controller. :s13:

You can charge your controller with any microUSB cable/power source, even power banks.
There are also controller charging stands that you can just slide your controller onto whenever you're done with gaming.

The Dobe one is good and cheap.

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Sorry I didn't meant console is dangerous. I meant other methods to charge becos of convenience. Read that phone charger must be 5v.
So wanna know how your guys normally charge the controllers.
You can enable USB on the console to remain powered when console is in rest mode. That way you can charge the controller when you're not playing. There's an option to limit the amount of time it remains powered also.

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I got the neko charger for my fat ps4.
When I play, it will be charging the 2nd controller.. So basically I rotate using 2 controllers, charging the unused controller whenever I'm playing.

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does psn plus has sales like $1/mth in certain month? xbox gold / game pass has it couple of times in a year
 

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For external hard disk is there a specific brand & specs I need to take note of for ps4 Pro. My current external HD going to up lorry soon. Tia
 

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Guys I have a question about physical games. If I had a game installed, R3 region, let’s say I lost the disc, game on the console itself was never uninstalled and save files were never deleted. If I purchase a R1 or R2 region game (same game of course), would I still be able to load and play my old data? Strictly speaking for offline mode, not playing on PSN.
 
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