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[QUICK REVIEW]The Gameklip!!! Greatest accessory EVER!!!

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2nd August 2012, 01:01 AM   |  #11  
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yeah, ive been following the OP, just wanted to see if actual shipping products looked like that or varried at all
2nd August 2012, 01:04 AM   |  #12  
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yeah, ive been following the OP, just wanted to see if actual shipping products looked like that or varried at all

It looks identical to the device in the pictures.
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Does the wired version work with an unrooted One X?
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Does the wired version work with an unrooted One X?

It is my understanding that ICS does have native USB game controller support but don't quote me on that. This is just a plastic bracket, there are no electronics in it. The "wired version" just comes with a USB OTG cable. If you have an OTG cable already, you can try it out and see if it works for you. You also won't need to buy the wired one then. But considering where you're posting, I must recommend that you do root. It opens up a world of possibilities, including bluetooth PS3 controller support.
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What emulators are you guys using? I grabbed "john nes" from the Play store and I'm having trouble getting the PS3 controller to work with it.
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I have used DroidEmu and N64oid so far. Yet to try Gensoid and GENPLUSDroid I have installed.

Finally tried XBox controller and was PnP!
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I cant get anything to work with this PS3 controller. It pairs but thats about it.
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does the JoyCenter app show buttons being pressed?
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does the JoyCenter app show buttons being pressed?

I can't find a joycenter app on the play store. I'm using DroidEmu and the Sixaxis app. The Sixaxis app starts up and tells me "Client connected" then the 1 light stays lit on the controller, then I switch the IME to Sixaxis controller. When I fire up DroidEmu with a rom running I get nothing. I tried playing with some settings in DroidEmu but no luck.
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...zgudXNiam95Il0.

I know he has a Test App too, but I have to use this as well as the PS3 pairing to get mine to work. I have a thread on it.

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