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n-marekParticipant04/15/2015 at 04:59Post count: 7in reply to: RPi2 / Bluetooth / PS3 endless issues! #94929
Same thing here. Kind of given up on Bluetooth now. :( So now the only problem I have is that the analogue sticks don’t work (mainly for the PSX emulator).
I wish there was some kind of ‘mapper’ as is for DOSBox.
Can anyone help with the analogue please? If it works for you, please give me the full retroarch.cfg file – in past I had some suggestions like add this and that to the file, but never worked.
And with the BT, maybe the next update will make it work again. For me, it works only randomly like 1 time out of 50.
(RPie2)n-marekParticipant02/11/2015 at 07:52Post count: 7in reply to: PS3 Controller (Bluetooth) – Analogues don't work. #86999
Thanks for the tip. Will try as soon as I download v2.5 :) (It’s very slow :( )n-marekParticipant10/28/2014 at 08:05Post count: 7
I’ve never seen that error, so not sure what it means. What BT dongle do you have? Before I bought my Asus I tried it with some super cheap one from China and it was a problem too.
Here is a list of BT adapters (not sure how old it is…)
http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Bluetooth_adaptersn-marekParticipant10/27/2014 at 11:42Post count: 7
I got mine working over Bluetooth (with ASUS BT dongle). There are still some issues with it, but it works…
I assume you have the latest RetroPie version. I struggled with the v1… but the new one works for me.
You can set up your PS3 over BT just from RetroPie setup
I think under Advance, there is the PS3 option.
But overall, wire is probably easier with less issues… Maybe it’s just me.n-marekParticipant10/23/2014 at 10:24Post count: 7in reply to: Help with PS3 controller and 2.3 image #81957
I am very new with all this and still have some issues, but my PS3 cont. works via bluetooth. After spending so much time looking up guides (that were focused on the old RetroPie) a just used the automatic PS3 setup in R.Pie config option.
You pair it while USB connected and it works fine. I am still having some issues with it for certain emulators, but it works.
BTW, my BT dongle is from Asus, not the cheap crap, so that might help.n-marekParticipant10/22/2014 at 10:05Post count: 7in reply to: Getting Apple II emulation working #81936
Hey, did you get it to work? I have a same problem now. Thanks