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  • Karoi
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    Working fine for me, only 2.4Ghz wireless btw but that’s fine for me. I’m only using it for RetroPie. I have a RPi 2 with a LAN cable that boots straight into OSMC.

    BT I will be trying tonight, just installed the BT stuff via SSH. And I’m at work so can’t test right now.

    Karoi
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    I believe not because the kernel needs to be updated.

    Karoi
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    [quote=118867]to get bluetooth running:

    
    sudo apt-get install pi-bluetooth
    

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    Thanks! For some reason my PS3 controller isn’t working? Maybe I have more luck using BT.

    Karoi
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    I will try to capture this tomorrow. Will update.

    Karoi
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    [quote=118812]Hello

    Great app is RetroPie – however is the internal bluetooth supported with 3.6 and the new Pi3?
    I ask as when I go into the bluetooth settings I get a message on the log saying no bluetooth device found (as in bluetooth receiver)

    Checked and bluetooth works fine in Raspbian Jessie.

    Thanks.

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    I think it’s because the RetroPie 3.6 image hasn’t been fully updated yet. I think when it will be released it will work fine. I want to use my PS4 controller via BT on the RPi 3.

    Karoi
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    [quote=118802]Good news I got it going with the build buzz shared on google drive. You can find a first test on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ISHhOsHy64.
    Sorry for the bad video quality

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    You beat me to it, haha. I’m receiving my RPi3 today. Will be able to install and hook it up and capture the signal via my Elgato HD60 when I get home from work (which is over 5 hours or so).

    I might make the video anyway, because it’s fun to do but nice to see that it’s working. Can’t wait to try it for myself. I’m starting with a new blank SD, the .img file from the above link and a new rom collection. I did fullsets but I don’t play them all so I will be selective this time.

    EDIT: I hope my English is understandable. It’s not my native language, Dutch is actually.

    Karoi
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    Hello all,

    As I’m waiting for my Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (First Raspberry Pi, YAY!) to be delivered. I was wondering, what about using two DS4’s with RetroPie/ES? Do I need a second config file, or a second set in the config file.

    Can anyone tell me? I think it will be great if I can play together with my girlfriend (Yes, I’m that kind of guy ;)).

    Also do I use the DS4 wireless or via a USB cable? May be a dumb question, but I’m not afraid to ask.

    And the last thing, can I play N64 games with a DS4 controller? And if I can, can someone explain me how?

    Thanks!

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