PS3,PS4,X360,XOne gamepads are known to have problem with MiSTer. These gamepads have accelerometers and constantly sends the events with high rate. Analog sticks also send events even when not touched. Overall MiSTer receives huge flood of event from these controllers. These events may prevent correct button definition. Games may behave incorrectly when using these controllers.
The only possible solution today for these gamepads is to use 3rd-party receivers such as 8bitdo USB receiver. It not only gives you wireless access but also filters out all these unneeded events.
rjbrown99 wrote:Upon connection, no buttons work at all on the gamepad
Sorgelig wrote:rjbrown99 wrote:Upon connection, no buttons work at all on the gamepad
it's unclear what you mean by "no buttons work". If you want to say you can't control NES core right after connection, then it's pretty much clear - you need to define the buttons first.
Sorgelig wrote:Recently 8bitdo released grey version of USB receiver which look the same as brown one. They advertise it for PS classic console where they are very close to each other.
Sorgelig wrote:Do you use powered hub?
There is no on-board bluetooth. Using USB dongle is not convenient as it will require driver on Linux - this will increase loading time as kernel will need to include many drivers for different BT dongles. Also BT will require pairing procedure which will need special dialogs and additional inputs. Overall it will add too much complexity.
Newsdee wrote:Try upgrading the receiver firmware, just in case.
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