Does your PS4 still timeout? Or randomly disconnect? Your DS4 is probably still paired to your PS4 and not authorizing correctly through the CronusMAX and/or USB Hub.
This happens when users turn the the PS4 console on with the DS4 controller or accidently power up the controller before connecting it to the USB Hub > CronusMAX.
Basically the DS4 is still wirelessly paired to the console from when it was previously being used - so of course the data from the controller is not passing through the USB hub via USB cable. ALl you need to do is unpair the controller from the PS4.
The instructions are simple:
On the PS4, go to: Settings > Devices > Bluetooth Devices > then click on the controller you're using (the green lit-up one) > Disconnect
Then connect your DS4 to the PS4 with a micro USB Cable via the CronusMAX.
Go to: Settings > Devices > Bluetooth Devices > then click on the controller that was disconnected > Delete
There is also a reset button on the back of newer model controllers that will remove all paired settings and set it to factory default status. (You still need to do the above).
- Turn off the PlayStation 4.
- Locate the small reset button on the back of the DualShock 4 near the L2 shoulder button.
- Use a small, unfolded paper-clip or something similar to push the button (the button is inside a tiny hole). Hold the button down for a couple of seconds and release.
Now go through the steps again of connecting the DS4 to the USB Hub as the Authorization controller (or as a wired controller with USB Cable without a USB Hub).
No more problems with timing out on a PS4 when using cross-over controllers, and no more wireless lag issues if you are a pro gamer and want to use the CronusMAX so you have a wired DS4