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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by CTCaer, Jul 24, 2017.
I'm surprised and thankful that the joycons are writable. Thanks for this program, it's so cool
Hmm I don't think so. There are other guys that create drivers and input controls for Joy-Con and Pro.
If you follow the Nintendo_Switch_Reverse_Engineering repository, I'm here for research mainly.
My app is a toolkit to test and provide simple implementations for all of these. It's scope falls out of this.
Lastly, I was planning for a release, but too many new developments out there. I have to find time and finish the documentation first and then finalize the new tollkit version.
Yeah, it's cool man, I'm just interested in the idea of it.
Yeah, I follow it a bit. You've done some good research.
That's understandable, of course.
Okat nice, I look forward to it when you've got it.
Can I use this to enable the fast polling mode so that there is not a long delay?
Yes, but doesn't matter. Normal HID driver in Windows/Mac/Linux/Android/iOS can't read the x30 input reports.
The only way to reduce the lag, is drivers that support Joy-Con special input report format.
So I need to make drivers?
Either that or use one of the existing.
There is an existing driver?
to name a few.
I burst into Laught the moment I try the rumble player!!!! heheheh, well played!
Please use quotes. .-.
First one I would not call a driver in the normal sense, and isn't the vJoy thing pretty broken?
Linux, not Winderps sadly.
Pro not Joy-Con.
So that combined with the fact that Windows 10 refuses to let me debug drivers I am not thinking this would work well for my purposes.
It doesn’t work for me, all seems to work but when I plug the joy-con it shows with its original color
It says that the write succeeded?
If yes, send me your spi dump/backup with PM to study it.
(It would be good to send me 2 backups: Your original and a 2nd one after a color write. Also, don't forget to rename the original one before making a new backup!)
Lastly, when you bought the joy-cons?
I can't find a way to PM you.
I don't know, they are second handed
Send me an email (you can find it in my Github profile).
As I said, please send me the original backup (before writing anything) and another one after writing colors, so I can compare them
Hey, so I just tried it and I wanted to change the colour of my left Joy-don to something else because it didn't look as good as expected on my switch and now when I try to connect it to my windows pc, it keeps saying driver error and because of that it won't connect anymore.
I have all the things installed that are needed so that can't be it.
Anyone know how to fix this?
I feel a bit stupid but there is no e-mail address in ur github profile, here is mine: /cut
Classic windows. For me after enabling driver updates from windows update it the whole procedure to let me remove/pair again takes more than 10 minutes...
You have to check also devices and printers and try to remove it from there. Otherwise do a restart and go to settings->devices and do a remove.
Then try to pair it again.
Anyway, the most important thing is that you need to wait a lot before removing the device and trying to pair it again.
For some stupid reason, new windows systems don't have a connect button to pair it and keep the drivers/configuration.
You can now remove your email from your comment.
So, the writing is successful. Because you have an older than 3.0.0 switch, the colors are cached and not checked in every pair.
So, as stated in OP, you have to reboot the console for the color change to take effect inside Switch.