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22nd June 2014, 05:44 AM   |  #1  
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I was checking the Sony DualShock wireless 3 controller.. for my xperia zu.. bt cost me around 5000.that price is quite heavy .so I want to know if any othey(any cheap brand controler) can work on my device..
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Almost any USB gamepad. You'll need an USB OTG cable for this to work. Generally it is Plug'n'Play. I can play SA2 with my XBOX 360 controller
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27th June 2014, 09:39 AM   |  #3  
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Almost any USB gamepad. You'll need an USB OTG cable for this to work. Generally it is Plug'n'Play. I can play SA2 with my XBOX 360 controller

thanq for this info..
and I also want to know that have you played any game through this method on your xperia z ultra...
27th June 2014, 05:35 PM   |  #4  
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thanq for this info..
and I also want to know that have you played any game through this method on your xperia z ultra...

Depends on the game really. I've used my PS3 kontroller a couple of times, and you'll have to map the controlls yourself if the game doesn't support it natively. It's not that hard to do (using SixAxis Controller), but it's kind of annoying when you have a fully functioning controller, but the game won't recognize it. The game description in the Play Store will usually tell if the game is compatible with a controller, so check that before you buy anything.
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Well. I used to play with emulators most of them supports a gamepad. but there are tons of games with gamepad support. Check out this link: http://androidgamepadgames.com
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wonder if i can connect a steering wheel and have force-feedback work...
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