Raspberry Pi 3
Original power supply 2.5a
updated/upgraded via apt-get 18/3 (updating atm)
bluetooth-pi is newest version
original PS3 controller
Everything works great, until i go grab dinner or something that takes about the same amount of time. Now my controller is no longer working. Turning it off and then turning it on again does not help, it wont connect. It wont connect with usb cable plugged in either.
I havn’t tested any other game than Ocarina of Time on N64 (since it is awesome!)
The only solution I’ve come up with is sudo reboot and that sucks.
Keep bluetooth scanning
This should keep the Pi scanning for bluetooth devices in case the pair is lost.
sudo nano /etc/init.d/rc.local
add “sudo hciconfig hci0 up piscan” (without the quotes) above the line that says “exit 0”
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