Tagged: xbox one
- invirtutedeiParticipant02/18/2016 at 06:45Post count: 10
I can’t get my XBone controller to work because it is the newest firmware. But I was able to find a video/website that fixed it and I was playing with it but I recently reset my sd card to upload a new image. Can anyone help in finding a blog post or video on how to do this because I know it can be done. I am running newest Linux and Retropie firmware as well.herbfargusMember02/18/2016 at 07:28Post count: 1858
Should have just been added:
Update your setup script and reinstall xboxdrvinvirtutedeiParticipant02/18/2016 at 18:20Post count: 10
I tried that and the steps on the link and I still can’t connect. Any additional tips?trixsterParticipant02/19/2016 at 12:52Post count: 76
This is still not working for me either.
I’m running retropie 3.5, I’ve updated the setup script and rebuilt xboxdrv from source. Both my xbox one controllers are using the latest firmware.
Following a reboot, plugging in the xbox controller will bring up some dialogue in the raspberry pi’s console. Running jstest seems to recognise the controller but none of the buttons are toggled when pressed. When loading emulationstation the xbox one controller is not recognised.
Thoughts?invirtutedeiParticipant02/19/2016 at 13:35Post count: 10
I am experiencing the same exact thing trixster. I know there’s a way to make it work but I have no clue how.trixsterParticipant02/20/2016 at 16:00Post count: 76
Ive opened a new Issue on GitHub for this.trixsterParticipant02/21/2016 at 23:57Post count: 76
We’ll have to see I guess but the way the thread on GitHub is going I’m not hopeful at the moment. The new version on xboxdrv which is being pushed just does not fix the issue with my controllers but I think it does for some people. Not ideal. :(
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