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Auto focus camera button as a gun trigger for games?

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1st July 2014, 06:20 AM   |  #1  
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I wanted to know if we can use our auto focus half click camera button as a trigger for guns by using some app. If there is such an app could u please give the link?
I have full root and xposed framework installed. Thanks
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Looool, this is the most random question ever. Though i do think that it is impossible
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Nothing is impossible. I do believe it can be done, but it would probably recquire changind certain code inside the games. But I believe certain apps and games that have controller compatibility could get such a feature, with some decent coding.

It is possible, the question is is it worth coding it?

This could be an interesting idea for developers to implement in their games.
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So the changes have to be done from inside the game rather than on the phone with some apps?

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So the changes have to be done from inside the game rather than on the phone with some apps?

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Either 'could' work. I have no idea how to code it, but I have some ideas that may work with serious coding knowlegde.
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easy, use a key mapper to map your key to a virtual button on the screen, you can place where the screen shall be touched when you press your key (if you know what I mean) like have a part of the touch screen that week be pressed when you press your button, for example if that space was to be over top of the shoot button, when you press your camera button your shoot button on screen will be pressed
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Tincore KeyMapper: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....and.keymapper

This app recognised all hardware keys.. Phone hardware keys or external game pads as game pad connected on the phone. As soon as u start a game and go to settings it will show that gamepad is found and all u need is click on the requires button for the respective function

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