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Discussion in 'Switch - Tutorials' started by SwitchFriki, Jan 10, 2018.
It's kind of useless for most games though without analog control nor a proper D-Pad.
This guide is a bit redundant, WiinuPro has no analog support, and I made a guide a months ago for using the Joycons WITH analog support. It'll be much more useful to the average person, and the dev of WiinUPro isn't planning to add Analog support anytime soon.
there is a way to connect it on rpi3 ?
^ https://github.com/mfosse/JoyCon-Driver you had a space instead of a dash! Should work there.
Notify me when this isn't babby's first Bluetooth connection.
can it emulate gyro controls like for wiimote emulation?
does it support also motion?
Am I the only one who cannot maintain a connection with the joycon to the computer? When I pressed the sync button the lights start to blink on the joycon for a while but it shows up on my PC as a device to connect to. Then so I do and then my computer says its installed but when I press any button it just can't connect to the computer and stays grayed out on the device manager and the software cannot notice it. Anyone know a fix to this on Windows 7?
Edit: Sorry didn't checked. LOL!
Anyway nice for switch joycon users.
I can't make both joycons connect at the same time on "blutooth device manager", once one is "connected" the other is only "paired". The only one showing on WiinUPro is the connected, not the paired one, either (L) or (R).
Compared to vjoy method, which you can just use xoutput with, this program is a failed attempt imo.