1. Enable Bluetooth: Turn on Bluetooth on your phone. You can usually find this option in the settings menu of your phone.

2. Put the AUROCE PS4 controller in pairing mode: Press and hold the PlayStation button (the circular button in the middle) and the Share button (located on the left side of the touchpad) on your PS4 controller simultaneously. The light bar on the controller will start flashing, indicating that it’s in pairing mode.

3. Pair the controller with your phone: On your phone, go to the Bluetooth settings menu. Scan for available devices and look for the PS4 controller in the list of available devices. It might appear as “Wireless Controller” or something similar. Tap on the controller to connect to it.

4. Follow any additional prompts: Depending on your phone’s operating system, you may be prompted to enter a pairing code or simply confirm the connection. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process.

5. Test the connection: Once the pairing is successful, you should be able to use your PS4 controller to navigate your phone’s interface and play games that support controller input.

Note: The process may vary slightly depending on your phone’s make and model, as well as the Android version it’s running. If you encounter any difficulties, refer to your phone’s user manual or do an internet search for specific instructions for your device.