Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TonyConvict, Jun 16, 2012.
Anyone think they can get the ps3 controller to work on this phone?
Not on broken out if it is possible. PS3 controllers connect via Bluetooth.
Only if you get a cm based Rom
I thought that sixaxis (the app) needs ICS 4.0 or above doesn't it?
No its been around since at least the froyo days, your phone just needs the neccessary bluetooth stack (which no LG s have that I know of nor htcs) some older phones could but the newer generations seem to mostly be missing it.
Download the six axis compatibility app from the market bro
I did and its incompatible i was hoping someone could make it possible
Well if anyone makes a rom for gaming please give it a try cause itd be cool to use for the emulators
Thought id bring this up. So anyone got a ps3 controller connected to the lg connect yet? Isnt that what the Connect is for? to connect stuff to it?
Also, if the ps3 remote doesnt work, is there anything else that does? I want something for gaming on this, since using the touchscreen is getting kinda old for games. :/
I too would love to see this done,Have any of you tried an OTG cable to try and connect it to the phone?I seeing a few ppl connecting their ps3 remote (wired) to other devices and able to play.I dont know if ours has the hosting capabilities for it though.
I might make one or just buy one and wait for it to see if it works
Maybe this http://www.cellularfactory.com/det.jsp?d=53040&c=792097 combined with this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hu.sztupy.android.usbhostcontroller&hl=en
What ya'll think?
Anyone tried what lilonex3 said? Seems legit.... Would our phones support a ps3 remote v
1800000 views on the LG connect and no one can help out? I find it hard to belive only 6 people want to play games with an actual control. Anyone have any info on this?
ThinkGeek :: iCade 8-Bitty - Retro Wireless Game Controller for iPhone/iPad/Android
Check that out... I'm about to order one i think. It's no PS3 controller but who is playing ps3 games on their phone? I'm usually on nes/snes, but i think that controller would have enough buttons for n64/ps1. My emulator has the ability to set the buttons to whatever you want, so leave the buttons you dont use often on the touchscreen.
*don't die on me thread! Gaming on the phone is important!