- kryptokamParticipant07/01/2015 at 04:39Post count: 2
Emulation Station detects 3 joysticks, when I only have one wireless Xbox controller connected. I put in the correct number when configuring the driver, and even double-checked. When I list the inputs, I see 3 joysticks as well. I was able to configure the controller to navigate the Emulation Station menu, but I was not able to configure it to work with RetroArch. Each queue was dismissed after it timed out, even though I pressed the buttons. This leads me to believe that the real Xbox controller is either js1 or js2 rather than js0.
I am running Raspbian and RetroPie via RetroPie-Setup script, both of which are current as of June 25th-ish. I am using a Raspberry Pi 2 (Model B, of course), and have a 8 GB Micro SD card, 3.5G of which is free.
Any help is much appreciated :]
Thanks in advance!
-KryptoKamquicksilverParticipant01/15/2016 at 16:28Post count: 30
This is also happening to me as well. Emulation Station is detecting two controllers even though there is only one plugged in. Anyone have any ideas what could be wrong?kryptokamParticipant01/16/2016 at 00:43Post count: 2
Well, I have solved my own problem but I’m not sure if I can help with yours. After I posted this, I took a short break from trying to get it to work before starting over. I installed an updated version of RetroPie via the SD card image rather than setup script. I had read that the newer version supported transferring EmulationStation’s button mapping to RetroArch, which was in fact the case. Now, if I map a contoller in EmulationStation it automatically maps it for RetroArch which solved my problem.
In short, using updated SD card image fixed my problem.
Hope this helps!
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