GC Injected games / DS4 wireless connect

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im wondering if i can for example use ( 8bitdo ) : 8BitDo USB Receiver Wireless Adapter Transmitter , to my WII U console ,
and connect my DS4 to play injected GC games on with it ,
actually im play GC injected games by connecting DS4 controller with usb cable,
so i need a solution so play GC games with DS4 wirelessly .

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im wondering if i can for example use ( 8bitdo ) : 8BitDo USB Receiver Wireless Adapter Transmitter , to my WII U console ,
and connect my DS4 to play injected GC games on with it ,
actually im play GC injected games by connecting DS4 controller with usb cable,
so i need a solution so play GC games with DS4 wirelessly .

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i know for sure , if you have a OEM Pro controller , u can definitely play a GC injected games wirelessly , but i can put my hand on an original one that's why im asking for workaround solution .
 

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I havent tried it yet, but Bloopair should be able to do what you want. No need for the adapter, the Wii U will recognize the DS4 as a Wii U Pro Controller.
Furthermore, if you are using Tiramisu, you can autoboot Bloopair.
This should solve your problem
 
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I havent tried it yet, but Bloopair should be able to do what you want. No need for the adapter, the Wii U will recognize the DS4 as a Wii U Pro Controller.
Furthermore, if you are using Tiramisu, you can autoboot Bloopair.
This should solve your problem
Im really thankful for your answer , but have you tried it out with injected GC games on wiiu ?
and does it work with DS4 ?
 

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I havent tried it yet, but Bloopair should be able to do what you want. No need for the adapter, the Wii U will recognize the DS4 as a Wii U Pro Controller.
Furthermore, if you are using Tiramisu, you can autoboot Bloopair.
This should solve your problem
Won't work in this use case. Bloopair is for Wii U, Nintendont is for Wii.

vWii is for all intents and purposes a Wii.
 
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im wondering if i can for example use ( 8bitdo ) : 8BitDo USB Receiver Wireless Adapter Transmitter , to my WII U console ,
and connect my DS4 to play injected GC games on with it ,
actually im play GC injected games by connecting DS4 controller with usb cable,
so i need a solution so play GC games with DS4 wirelessly .

I am using a similar adapter ( Mayflash NS ) and I can use it for GC Injected Games on the Wiiu Nand. Note that the injected GC games still makes use of Nintendont so in your case the key will be to have a functioning Nintendot with your 8BitDo adapter.

For example, I am using a Switch Controller right now, which is wirelessly connected to the MayFlash NS adapter , which works with an Injected GC game (launched from the Wiiu side ). The key is to make sure you have the right ini files in your controllers folder on your SD card.. The location of the INI files are here : SD:\controllers\

I don't have experience with the 8BitDo but its very similar to the Mayflash NS. I had to use a custom ini file for the Mayflash adapter.

Have a look at this post here : as someone has gotten close to mapping the 8BitDo to be compatible with Nintendont


i know for sure , if you have a OEM Pro controller , u can definitely play a GC injected games wirelessly , but i can put my hand on an original one that's why im asking for workaround solution .

Note that you don't need an OEM Pro controller. Cloned/Fake Wiiu Pro controllers will work too (I have one and can confirm it works with the injects) .. The Key is to first boot into vWii for the first time , then push the sync button on the cloned Wiiu Pro controller, and then press the Sync button the Wiiu Console. This will make your Fake Wiiu Pro controller blink once and then it will disconnect ( but this means that the vWii has created bluetooth "save state" profile of the fake wiiu pro controller in its memory).. The next time you launch Nintentont from the Wiiu side , or a GC inject from the Wiiu side, the fake Wiiu Pro controller will work. You only have to do this strange "hoop & dance" once. Without doing this the Fake/Cloned Wiiu Pro controller will crash Nintendont and any GC Injects you try to launch.
 
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I'm using a fake/clone Wii u pro controller that just says "CONTROLLER PRO U". I followed your steps precisely but for some reason, the controller actually paired to the Wii u in the vWii mode. I don't believe any of the inputs worked but when I tried to turn off the controller, it fully powered down my Wii u. After that, I tried to launch my Gamecube injected game and the game works perfectly still but the controller wouldn't connect. Is my controller a very odd clone that won't work or did I mess something up?
 

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I'm using a fake/clone Wii u pro controller that just says "CONTROLLER PRO U". I followed your steps precisely but for some reason, the controller actually paired to the Wii u in the vWii mode. I don't believe any of the inputs worked but when I tried to turn off the controller, it fully powered down my Wii u. After that, I tried to launch my Gamecube injected game and the game works perfectly still but the controller wouldn't connect. Is my controller a very odd clone that won't work or did I mess something up?
most fake/3rd party controllers dont work in homebrew in general even more so in nintendont, if you want something working you must buy official or else its like gambling to see if you are lucky...
 
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