Joycons not working in some homebrew

Angelus3K Sep 21, 2019.

  1. Angelus3K
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    Weird issue. On 9.0 OFW, latest Atmosphere 0.9.4 I think.

    Initially after I updated all was working fine but I must have done something as now in homebrew like HB AppStore 2.1 and even latest version of sys-clk editor the joycon inputs don’t respond. Only Home button works to exit. I know Ninty disables homebrew inputs but Atmos also patches this and it did work briefly. Some homebrew like Tinfoil, Goldleaf etc work fine but others inputs don’t work at all.

    Anyone know the exact file or patch from Atmos I need to re-enable inputs?


    Thanks
     
  2. RogueDreamer

    RogueDreamer Newbie

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    Im having the same issue. Really want to use GoldLeaf too. Using Tinfoil until this is resolved.
     
  3. hippy dave

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    What did you do between it working and it not working? Did you install/update blawar's tinfoil? Because that fucks up your installation.
     
  4. Angelus3K
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    I think so yea, the only change I did after it was working was add sig patches and Tinfoil, so must be one of those...
     
  5. Angelus3K
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    Tried again, installed vanilla Atmosphere. HB Store 2.0 inputs didn’t work (which I guess they should due to temp patch in Atmos for this issue). Updated to HB Store 2.1, inputs worked, downloaded sys-clk editor and inputs worked. Shut down and copied over tinfoil, inputs no longer work in HB Store or sys-clk editor but Tinfoil works fine.
     
  6. Adran_Marit

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    This is a known and addressed issue, homebrew needs to be updated but as for atmo, use the latest release it has their hid mitm included
     
  7. Angelus3K
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    As mentioned I am using the latest release of Atmosphere. I don’t think I could even boot into CFW on 9.0 without the version that contains the hid fix as that was included in the first version that supported 9. Although as inputs weren’t working on HB Store 2.0 before I added anything else I can only assume the hid patch doesn’t work on all homebrew.
     
  8. hippy dave

    hippy dave BBMB

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    This is a known issue with blawar's software fucking up people's working configurations. Avoid.
     
  9. Wazaa

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    how can this problem be solved?
     
  10. Draxzelex

    Draxzelex GBAtemp Legend

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    Don't use blawar/vertigo's Tinfoil :)
     
  11. OperationNT

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    It's just that homebrews must be recompiled using latest libnx in order to have supported inputs on FW 9.0.0. Most hombrews have not been updated yet. If the homebrew source code is available, you can recompile it yourself.
     
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  12. The Real Jdbye

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    This. The 9.0 fix in Atmosphere still requires homebrew to be compiled with the latest libraries for input to work.
    There's a modded version, though it's still closed source. At the moment I'm boycotting Tinfoil outright and everyone else should too IMO. That's the only way blawar is going to change his ways. Either that or he will just have to live with no one using his homebrew anymore.
     
    Last edited by The Real Jdbye, Sep 26, 2019
  13. ZachyCatGames

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    This is factually incorrect. The whole point of the mitm is to make old homebrew work without needing changes, so that devs can have extra time to update their homebrew to have proper 9.0.0 support.
     
    Last edited by ZachyCatGames, Sep 26, 2019
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  14. OperationNT

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    I am not sure but I think that libnx is "statically linked" to each homebrew. It means that it is directly included inside final homebrew executable. If you want to make this code evolve, you need to recompile everything which use previous versions.
     
  15. asper

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    I solved just updating to the latest hbmenu.nro from github main repository (nx-hbmenu - at this time v3.1.1).
     
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