Originally Posted by clownstyle
Yeah got one of these myself the other day (Galaxy S3 LTE). Great for emulators, seems to work fine with MD.Emu.
Confusing problem with GTA: Vice City though.
I had the controller working fine with it then all of a sudden it's just stopped working, now just the movement keys (DPad and Analogue) working
It would be nice to have a confirmed list of working games with this controller though, out of the box.
(Set to Joystick Mode)
I have MD.Emu
Sonic 4 episode 1
All working fine.
I have been messing with Game Keyboard, an app where you can assign buttons to on screen key presses, not had much luck though it's quite frustrating!
Anyone else have experience with this app?
I have the same phone and the same gamepad. So at one time, vice city worked with this gamepad? That's been my only disappointment. I'm guessing a vice city update caused the problems. I've only ever been able to get the analogs to work.
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Originally Posted by stonewales
Right the dpad and keys all feel like an old nitendo pad and the joy sticks are ok nothing like xbox or playstation 2-3 controller but well worth £15 on amazon and yes a bit of lag but thats down to using drivers not made for it and you soon get used to the lag and adjust...
Thats funny, I've been using it with no drivers, and have zero lag to speak of. I'm using it on a stock gs3 (4.11) and have played Shadowgun, Dead Trigger, PCE emulator, and the 2 mame4droid emulators without issue. I just pair it in gamepad mode and go.
I have 2 other phone gamepads and this one has zero latency issues by comparison. My MSI GP100 would lag like crazy. Overall, this is my favorite gamepad for phones yet.
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Originally Posted by 10basetom
Could someone please elaborate on how the D-pad, L/R buttons, and A/B/X/Y buttons actually feel? How do they compare to the PSP, Xperia Play, or JXD S602 controls?
I'm also afraid of latency since this is a Bluetooth controller -- are the controls super responsive, or do you feel some lag?
The buttons are great. No problems whatsoever, satisfying click and sturdy feeling.
The analogs I can best compare to the psp, but stiffer and less comfortable. The texture bumps wear on my thumbs and my hands get cramped.
Comfort and the lack of 4 shoulder buttons are the only downfalls to this gamepad. Otherwise it's great.