I finally got it working – but via the sixad driver it reported as a “Sony Playstation Controller” – in effect a whole new controller in terms of config although it was fine for me as like that This may also help: Hi, I’m trying it with RetroPie 3 and i can’t get sixpair detect my Gasia, do you know if there’s anything new? I have a little problem with detecting my PS3 Controller. If I configure a keyboard as a gamepad and used hotkeys on it it works, but not in my gamepad. The issue I seem to have is it pairs perfectly over BT but as soon as you plug in or unplug the USB cable to charge the controller in-game it thinks you’ve changed controller PS3 SIXAXIS to GASIA in configuration so it ties itself in knots – An ideal solution would be to turn off the usb communication, but leave the power on I don’t know if this is even possible and even if it was how would you pair the controllers Basically mine breaks when you hot swap the BT and USB cables, anyone experience something simillar?
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I think I have find the problem, even when I disconect my keyboard retropie still recognize 2 gamepads when I only have one conected I have reset all configuration like like in this post: Done Has anyone got these Gasia controllers working?
Hi ferenczb, I noticed that your hcidump reports version 5. Did you check with jstest, whether your controller is recognized as input device? RetroPie supports game-controllers of many different brands, however it can be difficult to configure them, especially if you chose a wireless bluetooth controller.
On the way to open sourcing it, I thought I had better try it with a an official Sony PS3 gamepad, and I could always do with another gamepad for when playing computer with the sprog. I was also unsuccessful at pc gasiw Ubuntu pairing using all available solutions. See the Hosting Information page for more information. First time I just tapped it and it connected but no input was detected so I held it before disconnecting usb then hitting PS button and success.
So I did an hcidump and it looks good. After getting a bluetooth dongle, Gamelad finally managed to connect my ds3 controllers wirelessly. Unfortunately, I do not own any Gasia controllers and therefore cannot reproduce your issue. HIDP socket layer initialized Mar 17 Do I just download it, run the make, and then launch it from the gui?
I pressed X on the controller until it recognized it as PS3 R Controller then gamepac to map the buttons.
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I have the basic menu buttons for EmulationStation set to keys on the keyboard. I am having some issues with hotkeys. Hosting provided by Mythic-Beasts.
And what the heck is the markup on the official Sony controller if another company can make an almost exact replica for a less than a third of the price? As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions.
RP3 model b, external bluetooth dongle, fasia fake ps3 controller same as this post. However, as soon as I plugged it in, and typed dmesgthe controller itself confessed to its real identity But when I tried to turn it back on it wouldn’t connect no matter how much I pressed the buttons.
Submit a new link. We play a lot of open source games like SuperTuxKart and Frogatto which are two of our favourites. Listening for HCI events on hci0 Mar 17 This may also help: Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Plug in the GASIA ps3 Controller Dont click the ps button or nothing Gampad connected on cable the ps3 controller is blinking the four lights – Dont remove the cable After 30 seconds I press te PS button and it start to blink 2 light- Dont remove the cable Remove the usb cable.
In my case it only worked with Gasia only – as you might expect. Gaska not implemented 38 Mar 17