How do I connect my Gioteck Bluetooth controller?

How do I connect my Gioteck Bluetooth controller?

How do I connect my Gioteck Bluetooth controller?

Connecting to Switch (via Bluetooth)

  1. In settings, select the “controllers” icon.
  2. Select the Change Grip/Order.
  3. Press the Y and. key until the mode LED lights up.
  4. After successful connection, you will see the controller highlighted in user 1/2/3/4.
  5. Finally, press the. key to return to the home screen.

Do Gioteck controllers work on PC?

The Gioteck WX4 Wireless is a Nintendo Switch, PC, and PlayStation 3 controller in an XBox style. While it works on all of those platforms (though I admit I couldn’t test PS3), I feel like it is primarily a Nintendo Switch product due to the button layout and labeling.

How do I connect my Gioteck wireless controller to my PC?

How do I connect my Gioteck controller to my PC? Turn on the Bluetooth function on the computer (or with a BT adapter). Select “Add Bluetooth device” on your PC and select “Bluetooth” from the available dropdown.

How do you hook up a Gioteck JC 20 controller?

Charging & Pairing your JC-20

  1. Fully charge your JC-20s via the dual USB-C cable provided.
  2. Navigate to controllers menu on Switch dashboard.
  3. Select `Grip/Order’
  4. Press and hold the pair button on the JC20 rail for 5 seconds, until the LED’s cycle.
  5. To re-connect in future use, press any button once to turn the JC-20 on.

Does Gioteck VX4 work on PC?

I tested the Gioteck VX4 exclusively on the PC/Windows 10, with two complete playthroughs of Hoa and an unhealthy amount of Genshin Impact. The tldr is, it’s fine.

Does the VX4 controller have a headphone jack?

With motion compatibility and a 3.5mm Audio port for headset compatibility on selected versions, the VX-4 is available in 4 vibrant colours and makes for next-level immersive gaming experience.

How do I know if my controller has Bluetooth?

If it’s the same plastic as the face of the controller, without any seams, you have a Bluetooth gamepad. If it’s the same plastic as the bumper buttons, with a seam between the Guide button and the controller’s face, it’s a non-Bluetooth gamepad.