Zeemote works on PSX4Droid with GamePro drivers!Support


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  1. NZtechfreak

    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Quick note that apparently the Zeemote is working with PSX4Droid via the GamePro drivers, good news since the Galaxy S doesn't yet play nice with WiiMotes...

    I have a Zeemote and will try tomorrow after my night shift to re-confirm this...
     

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    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Confirmed: My Zeemote works with PSX4Droid and GameBoid with the GamePro drivers. Will post a youTube vid after I sleep a bit!
     
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    Cool, make sure to explain what the heck a zeemote and gamepro driver is if you dont mind. Also please post it in here too thanks :)
     
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    I'm interested in this too since Ive read the wii remote app on the market doesn't work for Galaxy S. Where do I get the zeemote and the Gamepro drivers?
     
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    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    GamePro drivers from the Market, you have to buy a reg code from their website for $9.99.

    Zeemote is a bluetooth games controller, I got mine very cheaply from Ebay.

    Paying for both is quite a bit cheaper than a WiiMote, although the Zeemote isn't as good as a WiiMote either, so I suppose thats fair. Works really well for some games, I would imagine less so for others.
     
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    Video uploading to youtube now, but going to take a while...
     
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    Let us know when its ready :)
     
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    Thanks for all the info! I did a search for zeemote and didnt see it. Can you provide the YouTube link?
     
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    Thanks for hitting the thanks button ironman666, you're the only one so far despite a few hundred fews.

    I have to say the community here is a bit disappointing, seems to be mostly leeches looking for an answer about how to do something, who then disappear without even the courtesy to hit the "Thanks" button.

    Makes me wonder if its worth my effort helping people here.

    Do people want videos like this, or should I not bother?

    Sorry to bitch guys, but I've made a couple of hundred posts here, mostly helping other users out, despite being quite new to Android. Seems to me that if you want to keep people around who increase the value of your community you can at least take two seconds to hit a thanks button. Or am I way off base?
     
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    Please could you help I have a zeemote and a galaxy s. But I cannot get it to connect to the galaxy s. It will pair with the phone?

    Please Help:confused:
    Thanks
     
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    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Head to the GamePro website and follow their instructions :) Let me know if you still have problems.
     
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    have you figured out how to get the wiimote to work with the Vibrant?
     
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    Anyone figured out a way to get a fully working analog gamepad for a galaxy S phone? the zeemote looks ok but it's for one hand, that really doesn't make much sense to me. I own the game gripper but that's pretty useless for N64 or PS games.
     
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    I can get Zeemote to work with gameboid, but when I try to set up key mapping I run into problems.

    I can map the directional controls to the joystick just fine, but when I try to map any of Zeemote's 3 buttons (A,B & the weird C button) they all simply register as "Joystick center" meaning I can only functionally map 1 button.

    Has anyone found a way around this? For most of my games I need at LEAST 2 buttons!!
     

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