UsendMii

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  1. jbuck1975

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    I don't know why the other links don't work for you
     
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    Would it be possible to use the Mouse controls on Screen Mapping?
     
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    This is on my todo list.
     
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    The C: drive
    Do you think there's a Linux port in the works?
     
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    Linux is not on the roadmap currently. Now I'm trying stuff with Android.
     
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    Hey @Crayon2000 any update on if you're going to make a homebrew app for the reciever? Love your program just a bit annoying we have to use the rubber band trick, which restricts 2 buttons.
     
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    Hello @RayGraphics, are you aware of any Wii U homebrew using TCP, UDP ot HTTP?
     
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    TCPGecko.
     
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    It looks like the socket functions by Dimok is what I need to use
     
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    I've been trying to get this to work, but I get the error code 112-1028. I have them on the same wifi, tried to clear cache, tried other ports, nothing. I don't know what to do now. @Crayon2000
     
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    Hey, just wanted to mention that you can use this without leaving the page by hitting the URL bar and then holding down on a letter like a or e so it brings up the different versions of that letter. Doing this lets you hit any button (Except for Home, TV, or Power of course) and still use the input feature.
     
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    Help Wanted to Test UsendMii with Homebrew

    First you will need to download UsendMii version 0.5.0 beta 1.

    Start UsendMii and follow these steps:
    • Select Homebrew for the Client Type.
    • Choose an available port for the UDP server. By default port 4242 is used.
    • Map the GamePad buttons to the wanted keys.
      • Left-click on the button to detect the input (keyboard or mouse).
      • Right-click on the button to show a pop-up menu. The Clear, vXbox, vJoy, Detect and Mouse option could be used to set a key.
    • Click on the Start button.
    • Start UsendMii Client.
      • Download latest version from GitHub.
      • Extract the archive content to the /wiiu/apps/ folder on your SD card.
      • Launch UsendMii Client from the Homebrew Launcher.
      • Change the IP address to the one shown in UsendMii (URL to use in the Wii U Internet Browser).
      • Click on the A button.
    All buttons on the Wii U should work; even the HOME button. I did some weird code for the Screen Mapping coordinate, please tell me if it's OK for you.

    Any comments are welcome. Remember, this is my first Wii U homebrew ;)

    The UsendMii Client homebrew is open source, so any Pull Request are accepted :)

    This feature was recently requested by @RayGraphics, I hope it meets you're expectations!
     
    Last edited by Crayon2000, May 14, 2017
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    Homebrew support was also requested by @Rubberduckycooly, maybe you could help me to test this to put it in production :lol:
     
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    I would test it because my laptop is currently collecting dust but...
    in 2 hours since i'm tired.

    Also, Crayon, does it read touchscreen? I want to use it as a damn touchpad in osu c: [i mean tablet]
     
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    The touch screen should work on the homebrew side. Like I said, I did some weird code for the Screen Mapping coordinate, it needs to be validated by at least another user. To use UsendMii like a tablet I will need to do some changes, it's not currently possible. It's been on my todo list for a while :(
     
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    Oh, okay. So, i will test it with osu then :P
     
  19. FirEmerald

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    Okay, so I got Brothers: A Tale of two Sons and thought "hey, I could use my wii U gamepad as a symmetrical playstyle for this game". So I followed the instructions to use UsendMii with vXbox. I installed both correctly, but UsendMii won't let me use vXbox for some reason. I've tried both the browser and the homebrew version to no avail.
     
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    Have a look at this video:


    Steps for vXbox Bus Installation:
    IMPORTANT: You must install the latest Xbox 360 drivers first (Windows 7 Only).
    1. Unzip bus package into a temporary folder (scpvbus-x64.zip for a 64-bit target machine, scpvbus-x86.zip for a 32-bit target machine ).
    2. Open a command window (CMD) as an administrator.
    3. CD to the above temporary folder
    4. Enter the following command: devcon.exe install ScpVBus.inf Root\ScpVBus
     
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