Je parle bien du gamepad pro ;)
J'ai abandonné l'idée de la raccorder en usb; je me suis procuré un dongle Usb bluetooth de marque trendnet qui a été immédiatement reconnu.
J'ai eteints la switch et reset la Manette. J'ai fait la recherche manette bluetooth et ça a fonctionné sans problème. Merci pour vos réponses !
De ce que j'ai lu; effectivement l'Usb ne semble utile que pour la recharge... dommage !
I built this using a Raspberry Pi 3. I have set it up to be able to be connected to a TV through HDMI and it turns the portable into a console. I have it set up to connect through Bluetooth to two PlayStation 2 controllers. My problem is that the pigrrl gamepad PCB (that is connected to the gpio pins) is always player 1. I want to be able to temporarily (and easily) disable the PCB gamepad so that I can play with just two PS2 controllers and the player 1 spot isn't taken by the PCB. Any thoughts?
@forrecal You've made 3 posts in a row, on different subjects, but all of them without enough information for someone to help you.
This only demonstrates that you have not read the manual, have not read the rules of the forum, did not research anything about it before posting, and are too lazy to even describe the problem to get help.
Please READ THE MANUAL, SEARCH BEFORE POSTING, and DO NOT SPAM.
If you have questions after this, please describe the problem correctly, only you are seeing what is happening, so we need as much information as possible so we can understand what problem you are having so that we can help.
See the links: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Manual-(EN)#duringgame-saves https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UELOokDf0lE
Grazie ragazzi! Funziona. Ho provato ad accendere e spegnere più volte e il controller viene rilevato automaticamente. Ho fatto un po' fatica all inizio perché nonostante recalbox mi avesse trovato la periferica non riusciva a connettersi. Poi ho provato a ancora con i comandi sul root e nonostante il messaggio su RB di periferica non trovata, il controller funzionava comunque! Ottimo