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Game Gripper For HTC G2!

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1st February 2011, 11:51 PM   |  #91  
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When did you guys order yours? I did priority shipping and still didnt get mine.
2nd February 2011, 01:10 AM   |  #92  
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Got mine yesterday, and I must say... THIS THING IS THE SHIIIIIIIT
2nd February 2011, 03:10 AM   |  #93  
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I want to order mine. Looks like reviews are great.

sent from my V I S I O N.
2nd February 2011, 10:09 AM   |  #94  
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The left key is the ".com" key. The piece of plastic that presses down on the left key is not completely centered on the key. It is on the right of the key. Which doesn't give it perfect responsiveness and the push back click snapple bottle type thing. Really pisses me off because i ve heard so many good reviews about other. They should have made sure that it pressed down on the center plain and simple.

I will most likely contact them and see if we can get something changed... I would love for this thing to function correctly...

If the left key uses the ".com" key, then Desire Z users will have a problem. The Tab-key doesn't work in SNESoid.
2nd February 2011, 04:15 PM   |  #95  
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If the left key uses the ".com" key, then Desire Z users will have a problem. The Tab-key doesn't work in SNESoid.

then root it and use key mapper
2nd February 2011, 04:18 PM   |  #96  
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K, first feedback!

I love everything about the game gripper EXCEPT! And its a big accept. Every key I press is nice and responsive but the left key...

The left key is the ".com" key. The piece of plastic that presses down on the left key is not completely centered on the key. It is on the right of the key. Which doesn't give it perfect responsiveness and the push back click snapple bottle type thing. Really pisses me off because i ve heard so many good reviews about other. They should have made sure that it pressed down on the center plain and simple.

I will most likely contact them and see if we can get something changed... I would love for this thing to function correctly...

Sent from my T-Mobile G2 using XDA App

An interim solution would be to put a dollop of adhesive to the contact. This should bring about a bit more pressure and make it work better.

I'm not sure if I'd contact them unless they were willing to ship out a new one in advance without replacing it. I'm just grateful either way. Can't wait until mine arrives in the mail!
2nd February 2011, 04:20 PM   |  #97  
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then root it and use key mapper

So if you use keymapper to remap the keys, than it's permanently remapped, right? Kind of sucks to have to go into keymapper before and after each time you play a game...
2nd February 2011, 04:52 PM   |  #98  
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So if you use keymapper to remap the keys, than it's permanently remapped, right? Kind of sucks to have to go into keymapper before and after each time you play a game...

true, but think outside the box! There are ways to automate it. Either using Gscript to run a script on the click of a widget or Tasker to automagically run that script when you open snes or any of the other emu's and then run the script to put it back to normal automagically when you exit said emu.
2nd February 2011, 07:36 PM   |  #99  
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true, but think outside the box! There are ways to automate it. Either using Gscript to run a script on the click of a widget or Tasker to automagically run that script when you open snes or any of the other emu's and then run the script to put it back to normal automagically when you exit said emu.


Interesting...what's the name of the key mapping app? I've tried searching in the market but it didn't come up...
2nd February 2011, 08:26 PM   |  #100  
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Re-did my control pad. Hard piece of plastic, I'll probably spray paint the thing.

Works perfect now, great rebound. Also linked the keys to "wasz", no ".com" or "d" anymore.


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