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XInput Wrapper for DS3 and Play.com USB Dual DS2 Controller
Updating Bluetooth drivers for dongles not on the supported list.

1. Download the Tools from Post #1.
2. Unpack the archive.
3. Run Zadig.exe from the ScpServer\bin\Zadig folder.
4. If you have UAC enabled click Yes on the UAC dialog.
5. Click Device -> Load Preset.
6. Select Bluetooth.cfg, click Open.
7. Click Options -> List All Devices.
8. Select your Bluetooth Dongle from the drop down list.
9. Click Replace Driver.
10. Click Yes if the Warning - System Driver dialog pops up.
11. Click Close on the Driver Installation dialog.
12. Verify that your dongle displays in ScpMonitor.
13. Verify that your dongle displays in Device Manager.

See attached screenshots.


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Updating DualShock 4 USB drivers.

1. Download the Tools from Post #1.
2. Unpack the archive.
3. Run Zadig.exe from the ScpServer\bin\Zadig folder.
4. If you have UAC enabled click Yes on the UAC dialog.
5. Click Device -> Load Preset.
6. Select DualShock4.cfg, click Open.
7. Click Options -> List All Devices.
8. Select your DS4 from the drop down list.
9. Click Replace Driver.
10. Click Yes if the Warning - System Driver dialog pops up.
11. Click Close on the Driver Installation dialog.
12. Verify that your DS4 displays in ScpMonitor.
13. Verify that your DS4 displays in Device Manager.

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(12-11-2013, 08:03 PM)qvisti Wrote: I just registered to thanks you for this .dll Biggrin now all my controllers works great without lags!!! I have two of this controllers. Also want to thanks Scarlet.Crush for this great software!!!CoolCoolCool
Good to know, that I helped someone Smile Have fun!

(12-12-2013, 08:44 AM)Gonzalos Wrote: I have no ps3, I use my fake sixaxis with Sixaxis Controller on Android. It's work fine.
I started my research on this app - got to test it again and find out what's happening there. If it is working without lags I'll try to make a xmas gift for all of us having problems with bluetooth in non-genuine pads Wink
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Pairing a DualShock 4 to your Bluetooth Dongle.

Note - Secure Simple Pairing is used and requires a Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (or later) dongle.

1. Download the Tools from Post #1.
2. Unpack the archive.
3. Disconnect your DS4 from USB.
4. Stop the Service [net stop "SCP DS3 Service" - from an elevated command prompt, or use Service Control Manager].
5. Run Ds4Pair.exe from the ScpServer\bin folder.
6. Press and hold the Share button followed by the PS button on your DS4 until the light double flashes white. [Indicating it is in Pairing mode]
7. Click Start on the DS4 Pair Tool form.
8. On a successful pairing the light bar on the DS4 will change to solid white.
9. Hold the PS button for 10 seconds to turn it off.
10. Close the DS4 Pair Tool.
11. Start the Service [net Start "SCP DS3 Service" - from an elevated command prompt, or use Service Control Manager].
12. Press the PS button on your DS4 to connect to the service.
13. Verify that your DS4 is displayed in ScpMonitor.

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Just a friendly warning for upgrading to this from the old one:

Theres no official process for upgrading the driver to the new version. I had trouble upgrading to the new one because I didn't uninstall the old one first from the old driver's ScpDriver.exe, so before upgrading, run ScpDriver.exe from the currently installed driver, and click uninstall. (aka: Don't click uninstall from the new driver package's ScpDriver.exe!)

Thanks for the excellent driver, and the ability to "map triggers" as buttons!! Smile (fyi: left-click ScpMonitor's taskbar icon -> configuration) p.s. I'm running WinXP
best regards,
- dink
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@dink: hadn't got to the upgrade process yet, still updating posts.



New version posted - 1.1.0.136, see Post #1.



@HyeVltg3: sounds like your DInput calibration needs to be reset.

Game Controller Settings -> Properties -> Settings Tab -> Reset to defaults.
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I noticed something strange when mapping the triggers as buttons - sometimes other buttons (the hat/x/o/square/triangle) will get lagged for a split second or so, when the triggers are mapped as buttons and the triggers are pulled while pressing the other buttons. I noticed this both in the Control Panel -> Game Controllers -> Controller Properties, and in the VICE X64 (C64 emulator) while playing a game.

best regards,
- dink
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@dink: what controller are you using, and over USB or Bluetooth?

it's a very small piece of code that does the mapping and does not introduce any overhead

Code:
BusDevice.Parse(Byte[] Input, Byte[] Output) :

                // ++ Trigger Swap
                if (Global.SwapTriggers)
                {
                    if ((Buttons & (0x1 << 8)) > 0) Output[10] |= (Byte)(1 << 6); // L2 -> Left  Thumb
                    if ((Buttons & (0x1 << 9)) > 0) Output[10] |= (Byte)(1 << 7); // R2 -> Right Thumb

                    Output[12] = 0; // Clear Left  Trigger
                    Output[13] = 0; // Clear Right Trigger
                }
                else
                {
                    if ((Buttons & (0x1 << 1)) > 0) Output[10] |= (Byte)(1 << 6); // Left  Thumb
                    if ((Buttons & (0x1 << 2)) > 0) Output[10] |= (Byte)(1 << 7); // Right Thumb

                    Output[12] = Input[26]; // Left Trigger
                    Output[13] = Input[27]; // Right Trigger
                }
                // --
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I'm facing a problem with version 1.1.0.136 with my bluetooth dongle, host adress show error (was ok with 1.0.0.103)


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@znation: can you reboot your PC, then zip up and post your ScpService.log if the issue persists.
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