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  1. What do you mean by “wireless”?

    Its controllers are already wireless and it has WiFi.

  2. System Setting > Network Settings > Internet Connection Settings > Choose Wireless > Choose easy > Go from there, it’s pretty easy.

  3. If you’re asking how to connect the PS3 wirelessly to the internet follow the steps below.

    1. Power cycle all network equipment (your modem and wireless router)

    Turn off (unplug) all of your network equipment, including any wireless access points, routers, Voice Over IP (VOIP) modems, and broadband modems for two (2) full minutes. See How to power cycle PlayStation 3 network devices for more details.

    Make sure all the settings for the access point has been completed

    Check that there is an access point connected to a network with Internet service near the PlayStation 3. Settings for the access point are typically set using a PC. For details, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point.

    Confirm that an Ethernet cable is not connect to the PlayStation 3. If the Ethernet cable is plugged in, the PlayStation 3 will automatically attempt to connect via the wired connection.

    On the XMB home screen go to > Settings > Network Settings and press the “X” button.

    Then go to Internet Connection icon (Internet Connection) and select [Enabled].

    Then scroll down to Internet Connection Settings icon (Internet Connection Settings) and press the X button.

    Select [Yes] when a confirmation screen is displayed stating that you will be disconnected from the Internet.

    Select [Easy] and press the X button.

    When prompted for which type of connection method, select [Wireless] and press the X button.

    Under WLAN Settings, select [Scan] and press the X button.

    If you own a wireless access point that supports AOSS (AirStation One-Touch Secure System), then you must select [Automatic]. These wireless access points are commonly made by Buffalo, Inc. AOSS will automatically configure the necessary settings. Follow the on screen prompts to complete the setup.

    You will see a list of access points within range of the PlayStation 3. From the list, pick your SSID and press the X button.

    If you do not know which SSID you should use or if an SSID is not displayed, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point for assistance.

    On the next screen, confirm the SSID then press the right direction button to continue. If you press the X button, you will edit the SSID.

    Select the security setting that you want to use and press the X button.

    The types of security settings vary depending on the access point. Contact the person who set up or maintains the access point for information on which setting to select.

    If you selected a Security Setting, enter your security key.

    Press the [Start] button to exit the onscreen keyboard.

    Press right on the directional pad to proceed to the next screen.

    The encryption key is displayed as a series of eight [*] no matter how long the key may be. If you do not know the encryption key, contact the person who set up or maintains the access point for assistance.

    Once you have entered all the information, a list of settings will be displayed.

    Press the X button to save these settings.

    Depending on the network environment, additional settings for PPPoE, proxy server, or IP address may be required. For details on these settings, refer to the information from your Internet service provider or the instructions supplied with the network device.

    Press the X button to test the connection.

    When the test is complete (usually less than a minute), it will display the results (“Succeeded” or “Failed”).

  4. Im going to go ahead and guess you meant how do you connect to the Wi-Fi. Go under network settings and select your Wi-Fi from there. Put in your password of you have one and that’s about all there is to it.

  5. What exactly do you mean? The controller is already wireless, it has WiFi, you can buy wireless HDMI receivers but they’re expansive, as for the power supply you’re stuck with that, there is no way you could wirelessly power it unless you fit some kind of battery pack which would be complex.

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