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Post Re: Controllers for Android version
I Have a question will the wiii Retro classic controller work on the Samsung captivate running Cym Mod latest version work I also heard you don't need a wiimote for it to


Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:24 am
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Spoo76 wrote:
The video is private but if its the same method as before it still requires you to use a USB "OTG" cable and thats IF your kernal supports it.

BTW pre-order is back up. I cancelled my order with clove because of the price. the price direct from phonejoy came out to over $50 less shipped :)
http://www.phonejoy.net/pre-order.html


Hm, that's odd. It was only just made private. Anyway, no it had nothing to do with any USB cable. It was usable over bluetooth after you set the controller pairing. More information here: http://www.ps3news.com/ps3-hacks-jailbr ... spairtool/

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Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:31 am
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I checked around and found other videos. I ended up getting the sixaxis app, seems to work well in my limited use so far. works with all the "oid" emulators but FPSE isn't working right, ill mess with it when i have more time


Tue Aug 09, 2011 7:15 pm
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I checked around and found other videos. I ended up getting the sixaxis app, seems to work well in my limited use so far. works with all the "oid" emulators but FPSE isn't working right, ill mess with it when i have more time


Make sure you use Hardware Keys within the FPse Input settings. Bluetooth pad will not work. It's working perfectly for me.

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Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:40 pm
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Sixaxis Controller v0.1 apk works perfectly with FPse ... I can confirm this

I use it on my HTC HD2 with Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 and rom MIUI (based on Cyanogenmod with the supported bluetooth protocol)

You just have to set the proper pad ... not bluetooth pad, but "Hardware Keys" (as Goldfire said), then assign the buttons and you are done ;)

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Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:16 am
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Yea that's what Ive done yet its non responsive in the game. when in FPSE menu however i can move the selected item up and down,select ect.
it works normally in the yongzh emulators.


Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:14 am
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Ok so i went into the sixaxis app and selected settings:
chose which hardware key i want to bind to each controller key.
i then went in FPSE and selected digital pad (doesnt work with analog )
disable bluetooth pad 1 & 2
remapped all my buttons.

Now i can control the games but with mortal kombat 4 which uses the analog sticks i can only get them clone what happens on the D pad.
analog mode in FPSE doesn't seem to work at all let alone to separate the Dpad from analog.


Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:11 pm
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You don't have to set nothing in sixaxis controller app, but the imput method ...

When you launch FPse and you are in the "select iso to load..." screen, press the menu button -->settings --> input --> Hardware Keys --> click every key that you can see on this sub-menu, then assign a button by pressing your favourite corresponding button on the PS3 controller

then you can de-select the pad on the screen to make it invisible (it's better ... I don't use it anymore, so ...) from the touchscreen sub-menu ---> set the "overlay pad" to disabled, then switch off "Button 0" and "Button 1"

Then you can try this configuration with a game of your choice and if it's correct and "compfortable" for your "player's behaviours", you can restart FPse in the "select iso to load..." screen ---> menu ---> settings ---> system ----> click the "default config save"

And You are done, mate ;)

I hope you understand what I mean (sorry for my english)

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Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:20 am
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Has anyone tried the USB/BT Joystick Center app with a PS3 controller? It thinks it doesn't need the phone to be rooted, unlike the other app for PS3 connection...


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