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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by sabykos, Jun 10, 2013.
Oh I meant the wired ones. I see the thing about wireless now.
Wired needs drivers too, meaning it not standard HID.
Tweet the Hex values for every button to crediar, so he can add them to the programm.
I will sell my Wii to buy a WIU and if i can use gamecube controller with this MagicJoyBox 3-in-1 will be amazing!
The xbox360 controller supports HID
Btw. The only problem with USB converters is the 4 player multiplayer...
The Wii U has only two USB slots at the back and two usb slots in the front.
... when put into an emulation mode by the installed drivers, which act as a translator to feed the input to the software?
Did you ever develop with the APIs from MS?
You have either the choice to use XInuput (driver related) or the direct input.
Cronos has a product to use the Xbox360 Controller on the PS3 and vice versa.
Okay, so how do I get my 360 controller to act as a pure USB no-drivers HID when connected to my PC?
The adapter I was using for the PS2 has two ports, and the HIDtest was reading both at once, flickering between the read values of port 1, and the 00s of port 2. crediar made an edited version to test and it started reading just the 1-player values properly. So theoretically they should be usable for two players in one port.
Which is $60 because it's not a simple wire adapter, it's got it's own control chip to do the translation.
Think there are any cheaper products though? This would be good.
As said other devs are using the HID functions / dircet Input APIs for their solution:
This should work.
4 Player and Donkey Konga is still a challenge
Doesn't answer the question though. How do I get my 360 controller to work like that, directly, with no drivers or specific hardware needed to do the translation?
Just went and used the modified HIDtest with my PS2 adapter in port 2, it read player 1 properly.
And the original version seems to be reading both.
(You can sort of see the afterimages as it's flickering constantly on some of the bytes.)
So let's hope so.
you can use cronus
You didn't limit your question before.
You asked how to get the 360 controller directly working. The answer is: Use cronus.
concerning your converter:
Doesn't answer my question as well. How to use 4 player games and bongo games?
Will it be Open Source, so that other people can include CC or WiiMote support?
Also this is what I'm using.
Two controllers into one USB port, and like I said both controllers are read in port 1 and also in port 2. I use it for my PS2 controller and my DDR/PIU pads on the PC normally.
Not sure if two would work at the same time on the wii though as I only have one adapter.
Use 2 of these:
This is great!
Perfect for nintendont.
It´s 15€ at amazon.
I ordered one and will report back if it works with crediars HID test.
But it should, since it´s also from Mayflash and TheBlackLink already tested the 3-in-1 adapter from them and it worked.
I bought one for $12 USD yesterday, was planning on doing the same thing anyone interested in purchasing one can click on the image for the link.
this guy is right, although I was more impressed that the response he gave to me ended up on this site.
Did you run crediars HID test with 2 GC controllers?
Waiting to receive it bud, I didn't pay for next day shipping or anything lol.