Originally Posted by maicod
Thanks ! on my rooted Transformer with Honeycomb I exactly followed the instructions but replaced the line 'cp Vendor_045e_Product_028e.kl Vendor_2378_Product_100a.kl' with 'cp Vendor_046d_Product_c21f.kl Vendor_2378_Product_100a.kl' and then rebooted my Transformer and then I connected my Logitech Rumblepad but nothing happens and I don't see it appear under 'configure inputmethods'. In the Cordy game nothing happens when I press keys on my controller.
I thought maybe I should install the OnLive app but it fails because: 'If you get this message: "This item cannot be installed in your device's country", it's because the OnLive App is not currently available in your region. At this time, the OnLive App for Android is available in the contiguous United States of America (excluding AK, HI) and the UK.'
Any ideas ? What brand and type controller you use ?
my controller is the logictech wireless gamepad f710.
i guess we need to check a few things.
1. does the tf detect your controller, just plug in an move the stick, d-pad about. there should be some kind of action. there wont be any notification popping up when you plug in a controller so moving the sticks about is the fastest way to figure out.
you can type this in a terminal just to check if your TF is detecting your controller, just plugin type, disconnect usb and type again and you can see the change.
2. does cory allow the use of gamepad? i dont have cory but i've used my gamepad on shadowgun riptide and soulcraft. soulcraft is free, so you may want to just try that one first. or another game that specifically said you can use a gamepad.
3. the below steps are for the mapping of button and axis. for example if you keep moving in one direction or like keep turning about with out pressing anything. then the axis mapping is wrong so you have to use the file like the one i provided to solve the mapping issues.
i'm not sure how much you know, so i'm trying to be as detailed as i can.
first connect your controller to the tf
type that in a terminal,
you should see something like the below along with other messages if you dont see any messages try just typing
you'll get long bunch of messages the most recent ones will be at the end.
[ 1425.766990] usb 1-1.1: New USB device found, idVendor=0424, idProduct=3803
this was my file Vendor_046d_Product_c21f.kl
when you located yours you would change it to Vendor_0424
.kl using the example from above, yours maybe different.
then you do the "cp Vendor_046d_Product_c21f.kl Vendor_your_gamepad"
and that should fix the mapping.
you can also try this https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...mepadime&hl=en
as a last resort you can try that link above, found it during my search on how to fix the mapping issues. tried it but didnt do much for me.
let me know if it works, i've use xbox, PS3 and this Logitech controller on my tf, hehe but do try other games to check, most controllers should have no issues connecting, only problems will be the mapping issues.