Analog sticks on Gta 5 pc not working?

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Jaggent360, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. Jaggent360

    Jaggent360 GBATemps very own Punished "Venom" Snake

    Apr 4, 2015
    So, I have this ipega 9021 bt controller, and I don't wanna buy a x360 to solve this. So in the menu, all buttons work fine, analogs also (gta V menu), but in game, analogs do nothing. I tried remapping, no shit. Plz help.
  2. Jiehfeng

    Jiehfeng Wu-Wei

    Aug 15, 2012
    United States
    Finding that out myself.
    That controller wouldn't be fun even if you get it working with GTA V. I have an original 360 wired controller, used it for months and I absolutely love it. I have a fake too, along with other fake controllers, but this has such a big difference. It would definitely be worth it if you spend your money on one. As for how you get it working, I can't be of any help.

    Controller Description (part of)
    Notice how it did not mention a particular system.
  3. migles

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    Sep 19, 2013
    use this

    i don't understand whats the deal with ipega controllers lately, another gbatemper had a ipega controller and was also having issues on pc

    folks don't get controller that uses direct input, after 2010 only a few games support direct input, or barelly support it!
    and for make it to work you have to use a xinput emulator which sometimes doesn't work, or got a few problems

    if you want to play on pc with a controller.
    either get a xbox controller or a xinput controller.
    how to know which protocol\standard the controller you gonna buy uses? read the damn box, if its xinput it usually tells you. if it doesn't have anything mentioning xinput it's the older "directinput"
    if the controls show numbers on it instead the A B X Y it's clearly directinput and it will hurt you to make it work with new games, either you have to use the emulator or configure every damn game keys

    heres a controller with both methods, you can choose direct input for older games and extras, or xinput for plug and play most games released since 5 years ago
    and this one is the wireless version
    i have the last one, i can agree it's expensive and the design could be better but i can assure you
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