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  • depress
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    It’s an arcade stick setup that I put together myself. Sorry, I should have been more clear on that.

    I… technically fixed it. Very very technically. I plugged in a USB SNES Controller, and pressing ‘Y’ on that brought up RetroArch’s menu in a game… I just, have no idea. Anyways, inside here I was able to bind everything to my setup correctly and it works fine except for one thing.

    RetroArch seems to auto-bind certain things and it’s pretty inconvenient. I can disable auto-config but the damage has been done. I can’t figure out how to unbind my controller’s “R2” from opening the RetroArch menu, and I can’t figure out how to unbind keys in this menu. Any help on that?

    depress
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    I was able to get into the setup pages, but the RetroArch controller registration thing doesn’t recognize my button presses. All of the buttons work just fine and I can confirm that via jstest and they work perfectly in EmulationStation, but when I actually open an emulator it’s like they aren’t even connected, I can’t even get incorrect inputs from them.

    I tried to edit the cfg file for the device (XinMo Encoder) and just punch in like input_b_btn = “2” but that didn’t seem to work for me either.

    depress
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    I’m really struggling to transfer this file over to my pi to install it :( can anyone help? I have it on a USB and it can access it but it’s failing due to permissions, so I imagine it’s because it’s still on the USB and not on the Pi itself.

    I tried SSH but I really have no clue what I’m doing in there, I tried using the scp command but it kept timing out when trying to transfer even though I was connected.

    ok I finally got it, I’ve been at it for like a day but I got it almost right after I posted. Thanks for writing this it solved all the problems!

    depress
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    in reply to: Help with Adapter #92384

    Yeah it’s a Xin-Mo encoder, I’ll read through that post now, thank you so much

    I downloaded the file but I have no idea how to transfer this over to my pi :( can anyone help instruct me?

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