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XInput Wrapper for DS3 and Play.com USB Dual DS2 Controller
(03-25-2015, 10:05 PM)Stjepan1403 Wrote: Hello,
I only replace ScpControl.dll with yours and non-original gamepad works perfect.
Thanks again.
Best regards!!!

Hi Stjepan1403,
Do your controllers have vibration or rumble via bluetooth?
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hi
recently I bought new ps3 controller,
model number is written on the back of the controller cechzc2eb1
it feels like genuine I can't tell the difference in hand grabbing, but the new version of scp driver shows it as fake
also cannot use it wireless with bluetooth doungle "works fine on ps3"
any one with same model number had it running without problems? or should I through it back to the store?
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(02-05-2016, 07:44 PM)shuriban Wrote: on PS3 working!

I disabled the controller from the PC, and he still forgot to address.

That looks strange. May be scp tool cannot read the mac address stored in controller? but only the pc3 console can?

I think only scp developer can figure this out.

(02-15-2016, 11:19 PM)abuali129 Wrote: hi
recently I bought new ps3 controller,
model number is written on the back of the controller cechzc2eb1
it feels like genuine I can't tell the difference in hand grabbing, but the new version of scp driver shows it as fake
also cannot use it wireless with bluetooth doungle "works fine on ps3"
any one with same model number had it running without problems? or should I through it back to the store?

Can you show me the log from ScpServer? Let me see what it has.

My ps3 controller model number is cechzc2ea1 and works fine via USB. As of bluetooth, I had to modified scp control dll and it started to work.
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(02-17-2016, 09:21 AM)CRACING Wrote: Can you show me the log from ScpServer? Let me see what it has.

My ps3 controller model number is cechzc2ea1 and works fine via USB. As of bluetooth, I had to modified scp control dll and it started to work.

where can I find it?
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(02-17-2016, 02:01 PM)abuali129 Wrote: where can I find it?

You can find ScpService.log in scp program folder but first you have to test the controller as follows:

Run ScpMonitor.exe
Plugin bluetooth dongle and you'll see its mac address in ScpMonitor, known as Host Address (Left Side)
Then connect your ps3 controller to usb and press ps3 button on the controller. You'll see its mac address in ScpMonitor, known as Pad 1 (Right Side)
Now disconnect the controller and wait until the blinking leds go off because it fails to connect to bluetooth.

Finally attach the ScpService.log here.

Thanks...
Best Regards
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(02-17-2016, 04:19 PM)CRACING Wrote: You can find ScpService.log in scp program folder but first you have to test the controller as follows:

Run ScpMonitor.exe
Plugin bluetooth dongle and you'll see its mac address in ScpMonitor, known as Host Address (Left Side)
Then connect your ps3 controller to usb and press ps3 button on the controller. You'll see its mac address in ScpMonitor, known as Pad 1 (Right Side)
Now disconnect the controller and wait until the blinking leds go off because it fails to connect to bluetooth.

Finally attach the ScpService.log here.

Thanks...
Best Regards

https://mega.nz/#!aEkXRQyC
This is from new version using debug tool
Cannot create log from scpmonitor
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(02-17-2016, 11:23 PM)abuali129 Wrote: https://mega.nz/#!aEkXRQyC
This is from new version using debug tool
Cannot create log from scpmonitor

File is locked in mega.nz and needs pass to download. Instead attach the log here.

btw; I'm not aware of any debug tool. scpmonitor is just to view the connection status of bluetooth and controller. The log is created by scp service and is present in scp program folder known as ScpService.log
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(02-18-2016, 09:11 AM)CRACING Wrote: File is locked in mega.nz and needs pass to download. Instead attach the log here.

btw; I'm not aware of any debug tool. scpmonitor is just to view the connection status of bluetooth and controller. The log is created by scp service and is present in scp program folder known as ScpService.log


https://mega.nz/#!aEkXRQyC!T0SqKv4Rgq-TY...JDyrRsWGhQ

Try this

I downloaded the scp version from

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-ScpToolki...1453021312

It has its own debug tool to create log

The version from this thread didn't work for me anymore, i will try to make it work again
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(02-18-2016, 10:59 AM)abuali129 Wrote: https://mega.nz/#!aEkXRQyC!T0SqKv4Rgq-
TYr8bpRg1VvVlmp7Dj-WsMJDyrRsWGhQ
Try this

I downloaded the scp version from 

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-ScpToolkit-XInput-Wrapper-aka-ScpServer-Reloaded?_ga=1.54392302.757816396.1453021312

It has its own debug tool to create log

The version from this thread didn't work for me anymore, i will try to make it work again

Oh ok

Did you tried to enter controller mac id into scpcontrol.ini in that tool?

It is a reloaded version of scp which allows to enter mac id through scpcontrol.ini. Whereas in this tool, scpcontrol.dll has to be modified using its source. Anyway, I don't use reloaded scp because this one works fine for me.

I wanted to see whether your controller remote id shows 00:00:00:00 or something else. It is found in log created  by scp program.

btw; I'm not able to download from mega.nz. Please upload somewhere else or attach here.
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(02-18-2016, 11:08 AM)CRACING Wrote: Oh ok

Did you tried to enter controller mac id into scpcontrol.ini in that tool?

It is a reloaded version of scp which allows to enter mac id through scpcontrol.ini. Whereas in this tool, scpcontrol.dll has to be modified using its source. Anyway, I don't use reloaded scp because this one works fine for me.

I wanted to see wheither your controller remote id shows 00:00:00:00 or something else. It is found in log created  by scp program.

btw; I'm not able to download from mega.nz. Please upload somewhere else or attach here.

Alright I will try what you told and i will try to make the old version work if your method is not working

I will show screen shots as soon as I go home
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