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  • theincogtion
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    Hardware
    Cordless Rumblepad™ 2
    RaspberryPi 2

    Software
    OSMC
    Retrosmc

    Problem:
    I started RetroPie and I stuck at the menue “controller detected”. My controller is attached but pressing any button does not result in anything. Nothing happens.

    sparkyvan
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    Post count: 2

    Hardware
    Cordless Rumblepad™ 2
    RaspberryPi 2

    Software
    OSMC
    Retrosmc

    Problem: i have the same cordless rumblepad 2. I have the same problem, I can see the receiver getting the signal, but nothing happens at the configuration screen. I had the original raspberry pi (v1 256 mb ram) and it worked flawlessly with my rumblepad and SNES roms
    in checking the log, i see that it is registered
    osmc@osmc:~$ cat .emulationstation/es_log.txt
    lvl2: EmulationStation – v2.0.1a, built Jan 17 2016 – 19:46:36
    lvl2: Creating surface…
    lvl2: Created window successfully.
    lvl2: Added unconfigured joystick Logitech Logitech Cordless RumblePad 2 (GUID: 030000006d04000019c2000010010000, instance ID: 0, device index: 0).
    lvl2: Checking available OpenGL extensions…
    lvl2: ARB_texture_non_power_of_two: MISSIN

    theincogtion
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    Post count: 3

    Did I get you right that the rumblepad was working fine on RPi 1 but has problems on RPi 2?

    sparkyvan
    Participant
    Post count: 2

    hi, well not in the way you think, I was not using this wireless rumblepad 2 and RetroPi, I was using it on the old Raspbmc (not osmc) and also using it only for the snes9x emulator to play SNES games. I was using it thru the ROm Colection Browser addon, and using a simple script to initiate runlevel 4, which would kill XBMC (at the time) and load the emulator. But yes in this way, the same rumblepad worked great.

    theincogtion
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    Post count: 3

    ok thanks so there is hope that it can be ported to osmc.

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