Originally Posted by TheManii
Unless you're running win95, all you need are the drivers.
There's downloadable drivers for xp/vista/7, it's pre-included in 8/8.1.
It might be pre-included in 7, but it's been years since i used it.
Android does include the key mapping profiles for 360 controllers, there shouldnt be any additional settings options for it. But i've never had a wired controller to test it with.
It should automagically map it so that it follows the android default mapping for controllers.
Nexus 4 does not support USB OTG without a kernel hack and external power for the device. Also, the drivers are preinstalled on windows 8, previous OSs need an installer
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