vincentouiouiParticipant05/26/2015 at 13:38Post count: 2
I encoutered some problem with retropie v3 and my controler : http://www.smallcab.net/kit-joysticks-zippy-boutons-interface-usb-p-387.html
The buttons are OK, but my joystick is very sensitive. I push down once, it looks like 5 ! (try on the main menu)
I read a topic which mentionned a kernel flash, but is it compatible with my version ?
So i have to buy another adaptateur, or i have to use GPIO ?
Thanks a lot,trobbaParticipant05/26/2015 at 23:08Post count: 1
I am also having problems on my raspberry pi 2 with retro pie v3.0
I have a usb snes controller which works perfectly in the main menu. I have programmed the controller for use in retroarch but when I play a game the d pad doesn’t work but every other button does.
Please helpvincentouiouiParticipant05/30/2015 at 12:17Post count: 2
I installed the custom kernel found here, but it’s not working, can’t boot on retropie, back to original OS, & still not working
need help :(
ThxchieferParticipant06/01/2015 at 00:51Post count: 4
Hi guys first time poster :)
Thought I wouldn’t bother with a new thread as this seems apt.
I tried posting on the EmulationStation forums without reply, and have done as much search as I can.
Am running Retro Pie 3 on a RPB with a NES USB controller
I’ve mapped the retroarch buttons everywhere I can within the interface and the ‘B’ registers, but in game for some reason the B button doesn’t work.
Any ideas?chieferParticipant06/01/2015 at 07:05Post count: 4
Tried on 2.6 image as well and same problem.
Def a software issue.chieferParticipant06/02/2015 at 05:21Post count: 4
Thanks for the reply and video link.
Yep done in 2.6 yesterday and fresh install back with 3 and same thing, all looks and registers OK, exactly as per your video.FloobMember06/02/2015 at 15:10Post count: 1629
When you say the B button doesnt work, does one of the other buttons act as B – obviously only 2 will work with the NES.chieferParticipant06/03/2015 at 05:19Post count: 4
Nope, I tested mapping B to another input and no luck, all this despite being registered correctly using jstest which is odd.
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