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PS3 Controller & Transformer Prime

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21st April 2012, 04:28 PM   |  #91  
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- Games that have built in support for gamepad works directly - Just connect the PS3 to Prime and Play.
- Games that don't have built in support for controller you need to emulate your fingers touch on the screen. You do so by root and Sixaxis controller app. And you can now emulate the PS3 controller buttons to work like a fingertip touching the screen.

If you not have root and you are on firmware .21 you are not going to be able to root.. And no root no Touch Profiles = No Fun.

Don't get me wrong now. But everything become easier for you and the people who will help you if YOU first do the homework and get a idea of how things works. You don't need to know or understand everything, Just so you get a clue how it works and what you want help with.. And you also learn something and get better and better of understanding and doing stuff with your tablet.

- First you should read this and existing threads about PS3.. And you quickly finds out that you need to root and great touchprofiles for that games
- Go to Sixaxis controller homepage and read there.
- If you badly want to play MC3 using gamepad you have to unlock bootloader and root. And for this its highly recommend that first read and know what you are doing because it's possible that you "transform" your Prime to a paper weight.

I say this because If you don't have any clue what you doing and something goes wrong with root or something else and you don't have any idea what happened or what have caused it you put your self in a hard position.

I have been there done that, Rooted and started to mod. And then it just went to hell and got panic and thought I just ****ed up my phone. And when I went to XDA for help in didn't know what to say or ask the right questions.. But after some search here on XDA and Google i startade to understand a little more and I know found out what the problem was and what I have done and I now was able to ask to right question and got helped.

So just follow a list and don't know anything what you doing is no good mix. You don't need to be expert and now all just the basics.


Sorry for the wall of text that did answer the question. But I have self been in a similar situation and got a similar answer that I first should do something research. First I got mad and says WTF i need help.. But now I'm glad I spent some hour on just reading the forum and trying to learn.


If you get root and so then you can watch my video how to do the touch profiles.

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yes thank you for the answers but i have already done my research, was just to be sure there wasnt some workaround that i have missed since i dont want to ruin my warranty just to play a game.

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21st April 2012, 08:20 PM   |  #92  
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i was also able to get my PS3 controller to connect lastnight, i was super excited cause i didnt even know this was possible, i have 2 non dual shock that came with my Phat 60GB PS3, one of the first ones to ever get release and it works great!! the app is well worth the money.
10th September 2012, 08:17 PM   |  #93  
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Is there a DualShock 3 to T-Prime cable workaround?
I've read through the thread about connecting the PS3 DualShock controller to the Transformer Prime, which seems to highlight the ASUS USB Adapter or plugging into the dock and supplementing it with an app here and there.

However, I don't have either the dock or the ASUS USB Adapter. So, I was wondering if it would be possible to simply connect the PS3 controller's USB-miniUSB cable to the Prime's stock/proprietary USB cable via a USB female-to-female adapter and have it work? Is this something that anyone has tried or that stands any chance of working?

I appreciate any insight that can be given on this idea.
10th September 2012, 10:19 PM   |  #94  
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I have been unsuccessful getting a female-to-female adapter to work. The ASUS USB adapter does work very well, though.
21st October 2012, 01:14 PM   |  #95  
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I've always been able to use the ps3 controller on mine by plugging it into the dock but the since the jb upgrade it does not seem to recognise it anymore? Any one notice this?

Edit reboot fixed it!

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23rd October 2012, 05:05 PM   |  #96  
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I've rebooted twice with no luck.. at work now, so I can't try it, but maybe it's a bad cable.

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I've always been able to use the ps3 controller on mine by plugging it into the dock but the since the jb upgrade it does not seem to recognise it anymore? Any one notice this?

Edit reboot fixed it!

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7th November 2012, 11:44 PM   |  #97  
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Hello

Can everythink post a link to a controller that works on the tablet please?
8th November 2012, 12:56 AM   |  #98  
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Any Sony first party PS3 controller will work. Beware of the Chinese look-alikes and knockoffs.
10th November 2012, 11:42 PM   |  #99  
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Any Sony first party PS3 controller will work. Beware of the Chinese look-alikes and knockoffs.

Okay Thank you (=
19th December 2012, 04:22 PM   |  #100  
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interesting, immma have to try this!

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