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We have tried to break this manual down in easy to digest sections so it can be used by both beginner and advanced users. For example if you want to use your DualShock 4 Controller on an Xbox One - go to the Controllers Menu, select DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, then select Connecting to Xbox One - it's that simple!
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Once a controller is being used for authentication, it cannot be used as a second controller as the console is not able to detect two controllers with the same security signature at the same time. It must remain connected at all times (if using a USB Hub), or if you are not using a USB Hub, it must remain unconnected to the console while the CronusMAX PLUS is in use, so that the console can recognize that a valid security signature is present. This also keeps the process completely stealth and legitimate on any Xbox Live or PSN service.

 
List of Compatible Controllers
Finding the VID/PID of your controller
USB Hub Guide
Compatible USB Hubs
Finding USB Hub Port Numbers
Wired Controllers
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Using a Wired DualShock 4 Controller
Connecting to a PS3
Using a Crossover Controller
Using a Wired DualShock 3 Controller
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Using an Xbox One Controller
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Using a Wired Xbox 360 Controller
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
Xbox One Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
DualShock 3 Wireless Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
PS3 Move Navigation Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB Hub
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
Wii U Pro Wireless Controller
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to an Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
Wiimote and Extensions
Connecting to a PS4
Using a USB Hub (Full Crossover Support)
Without a USB Hub (Partial Crossover Support)
Connecting to a PS3
Connecting to an Xbox One
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to Xbox 360
Using a USB Hub
Without a USB HUB
Connecting to a PlayStation TV
Connecting to a Windows PC
Logitech G25/G27/Fanatec/Supported Racing Wheels
Connecting to PS4 (USB Hub Required)
Keyboard & Mouse