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(09-18-2014, 08:45 AM)jesalvein Wrote: [ -> ]I don't think THPS2 was supporting xinput.
A good idea would to improve this would be to add a dinput wrapper.
I have no idea how this can be hard, thus...

I think it does support DINPUT. I use the drivers, and I can uncheck xinput in lilypad and it still works. Compare the way dpad up looks:

Xinput on: "Xinput Pad 0 Dpad Up"

Xinput off: "DX Controller(XBOX360 for Windows) Hat Switch N"
dunno.
most of the time, when I use my controller in xinput mode in games that only support dinput, I get some weird behaviours. like some buttons aren't mapped correctly, others aren't working at all, and sometimes, the sticks are acting in a wrong direction.
Hello all.

Please forgive me if this has been answered but the thread is huge! Is there a way to get this working with onboard bluetooth on motherboards?

I have it working fine on one pc with a dongle however my new build HTPC has onboard intel bluetooth and when I load the driver only usb gets recognised. The bluetooth driver doesn't load. I bought another dongle same as the one I use on my other pc but I can't install it at the same time as my onboard bluetooth is active so problems with that avenue too.

Any help or links to posts that help appreciated.
(09-18-2014, 09:26 AM)jesalvein Wrote: [ -> ]dunno.
most of the time, when I use my controller in xinput mode in games that only support dinput, I get some weird behaviours. like some buttons aren't mapped correctly, others aren't working at all, and sometimes, the sticks are acting in a wrong direction.

Well, I've never tried it in a dinput game outside of pcsx2, and what you describe definitely sounds similar to what NarooN said, so maybe you are right.
Can someone please confirm if the same thing that's happening to me with the vibration is happening to others too? Thanks!
I've had nothing but problems with this program, it's nice yes but, I have the same problems with SCPServer as I did with the default Motioninjoy configuration and, that is, buttons sticking when not pressed and such. I found this problem to be associated to the way the buttons where mapped in Motioninjoy and I suspect it to be the same here, at the current moment I don't know of a way to remap the buttons and I'm not really too worried about it.

I am using the Motioninjoy drivers ATM and I never needed Motioninjoy installed to load the drivers, nor do I need it to configure or use them. I don't have to turn the controller on every-time I plug it in, and the best part is once it's paired with a Bluetooth device pressing the PS button is all that is needed to use your controller.

I'm posting this encase someone else is having this problem and doesn't trust Motioninjoys DS3_Tool, which can be used as a Trojan Horse to infect your PC with all shorts of nasties. To avoid using that crap program all you need to do is Watch This YouTube Tutorial By wiltshire12345. After you follow the steps in the tutorial restart your computer and use Better DS3 to run the drivers which runs local to you device.

I would advice you to set your controller to Xinput and map according to the following pictures (also be sure to check the box for "Automatically apply to controllers when connected" so that it will basically make it native to your PC)

[Image: p22440066.jpg]

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If you need help configuring it Then Here Is Another Tutorial By Wiltshire that version of the Better DS3 is older but you'll get the gist of it. Also it is advisable to create a shortcut of Better DS3 and add it to your startup folder so that it will start on Windows startup.

For pressure sensitivity all you have to do is map all buttons to analog.

For it to auto connect to your Bluetooth it has to be set as the master Bluetooth. Which is as easy as hitting "set" button at the bottom right of the main screen of Better DS3, while your Bluetooth device is plugged in.

For force feedback on Xinput; there is a stand alone driver for that Which Can Be Found Here

For Xinput to work you NEED Xbox 360 controller drivers Found Here

Have fun and happy gaming

Zeph

PS3 Controller Drivers For x64 and x32 Bit OS

Better DS3 1.5.3

Pad Plugin For Better DS3

Better DS3 Home Page

Dear Mods:

I realize this may be in the wrong topic but I posted this here because of the button issues I've had with the SCPServer and not being able to (or at the very least not being able to figure out how to) remap the buttons.

If you feel like it doesn't belong then please feel free to move or create a new topic for it.
Hi, I have a non genuine ps3 controller that does work with this program with the service channel bypass but it doesn't use it, so it'd be helpful for people with these controllers if you could add it
The MAC address is 8A:2E:06:01:E9:26, but it only has the first, third and fourth octets in common with another of the same controller, I just added bd.StartsWith("8A") to the conditions for Connection.ServiceByPass because it was enough to distinguish it from genuine ones but the name they use is
Code:
PLAYSTATION(R)3Conteroller-PANHAI
if you'd rather use that
Quote:Pairing a DS4 to your Bluetooth Dongle - plug in the DS4 to USB while the Service is running, the DS4 will be automatically paired if required.

This doesn't seem to work for me. This driver has been working great for my 3 DS3 controllers. Got a DS4 today, plugged into USB... and nothing is being detected in SCP Monitor. I've got a "Wireless Controller" in Devices listed though. Restarting the service does not seem to help.

EDIT: This might be because my BT dongle is only BT2.0 and not 2.1? I read somewhere else that 2.1 is required for DS4?
(09-21-2014, 03:13 PM)Ageless_Stranger Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, I have a non genuine ps3 controller that does work with this program with the service channel bypass but it doesn't use it, so it'd be helpful for people with these controllers if you could add it
The MAC address is 8A:2E:06:01:E9:26, but it only has the first, third and fourth octets in common with another of the same controller, I just added bd.StartsWith("8A") to the conditions for Connection.ServiceByPass because it was enough to distinguish it from genuine ones but the name they use is
Code:
PLAYSTATION(R)3Conteroller-PANHAI
if you'd rather use that

Can you please share your build?

I have two third party controllers with similar MAC pattern and one with different. I got them all at the same time from one order so maybe there are few MAC patterns:

3A:05:F1:CE:42:3F
8A:0F:06:01:08:27
8A:09:06:01:0E:27

These are working only on USB, when I disconnect them, they fails to connect via BT. After few connect attempts, they have tendency to crash so I have to reset them by hidden button on the bottom of the controller.

Code:
2014-09-22 14:40:02.981 >> HCI_Connection_Request_EV [04]
2014-09-22 14:40:02.986 << HCI_Delete_Stored_Link_Key [0C12]
2014-09-22 14:40:02.991 << HCI_Remote_Name_Request [0419]
2014-09-22 14:40:02.993 >> HCI_Command_Complete_EV [0E] [00] [HCI_Delete_Stored_Link_Key]
2014-09-22 14:40:02.995 >> HCI_Command_Status_EV [0F] [00] [HCI_Remote_Name_Request]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.046 >> HCI_Remote_Name_Request_Complete_EV [07]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.047 -- Remote Name : 8A:09:06:01:0E:27 - PLAYSTATION(R)3Conteroller-PANHAI
2014-09-22 14:40:03.050 << HCI_Accept_Connection_Request [0409]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.052 >> HCI_Command_Status_EV [0F] [00] [HCI_Accept_Connection_Request]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.216 >> HCI_Role_Change_EV [12]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.234 >> HCI_Connection_Complete_EV [03]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.236 >> HCI_Page_Scan_Repetition_Mode_Change_EV [20]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.253 >> L2CAP_Connection_Request [02] PSM [11]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.254 << L2CAP_Connection_Response [03]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.256 << L2CAP_Configuration_Request [04]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.263 >> L2CAP_Configuration_Request [04]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.264 << L2CAP_Configuration_Response [05]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.265 >> L2CAP_Configuration_Response [05]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.268 >> L2CAP_Connection_Request [02] PSM [13]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.269 << L2CAP_Connection_Response [03]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.270 << L2CAP_Configuration_Request [04]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.283 >> L2CAP_Configuration_Request [04]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.284 << L2CAP_Configuration_Response [05]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.285 >> L2CAP_Configuration_Response [05]
2014-09-22 14:40:03.286 << L2CAP_Connection_Request [02] PSM [01]
Not sure if this is related, but figure I would post here. Trying to get my new bluetooth adapter working.

[Windows 8.1 64x] Playstation 3 controller shows up in bluetooth, and then it will connect and disconnect a lot. Has anyone had any issues with it doing this on Windows 8.1? I already disable the power management option in the driver settings. It is a Kinivo BTD-400 [USB\VID_0A5C&PID_21E8]. I got the newest bluetooth drivers. Been working on this for 4 hours now.
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