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#11
Aside from not having rumble, is there going to be full support for DualShock 3's? Thanks for doing this - Nokia may not like releasing features for this phone, but that doesn't mean the community can't ;-)
 
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#12
There's some software I use on Ubuntu that can connect Sixaxi () via bluetooth. It has support for setting LEDs, using the accelerometers, might even have rumble support but I can't remember. Maybe the guy's source would be of some help to you?

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1190061

Originally Posted by bocaJ View Post
Aside from not having rumble, is there going to be full support for DualShock 3's?
As far as I know the Sixaxis and DS3, besides the obvious rumble, are identical. So your DS3 should just act as a heavy Sixaxis I believe.

Last edited by Cadabena; 2010-01-23 at 00:05.
 

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#13
keeep doing it thats wil beee awesomeeee i cant wait!!!!
 
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I have DS3 too, so I will definitely go for merging rumble support.
Thanks for the link.

I have a basic widget running now...
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Originally Posted by smoku View Post
I have DS3 too, so I will definitely go for merging rumble support.
Thanks for the link.

I have a basic widget running now...
Do you know how long it will be before its in the repo?
 
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I'm running my own repo, so as soon as I get it working.
 
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Originally Posted by smoku View Post
This is exactly my goal.
N900 connected to SixAxis and large TV, acting as a portable console.
Or even better..when PS1 comes
 

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#18
Does DrNokSNES recognize the buttons from the controller so that you can assign them easily?
 
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#19
I'm not sure if having the N900 looking constantly for the controller is a great idea. Can you have settings that switch the looking on or off? And only activate when Bluetooth is switched on ? As well as the option for disabling it, such as when you go to work, you don't need the phone looking for a controller at that time.

Hope my ramblings make sense.
 
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It does not have to actively look for the controller. It's not 80s - it's not how modern operating systems work.
It just sits and waits for the controller connection - a socket activity. When there is no activity, the code isn't taking CPU cycles at all.
 

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