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I feel the pain. I bought a Hero Power downloaded the Moga Pivot app, Worked great for a few weeks. The Hero Power was listed in the app to sync mode A and B with. Reformatted my phone, switched rom's, never backed up my previous apps. Went to download the Pivot app again, it had been updated and apparently all support for the Power controllers was removed. Good job Power A.
It does work fine for me in B mode but still a bit frustrating I can't use A mode. But I started using Tincore Keymapper and that seems to fill the gap for now. Even after (if ever) the Power controllers get support back, I'll still be using Tincore.
You can use third party programs to map a button to mouse click, which will work as the Cardboard button.
I have done this with Tincore Keymapper.
A bit too late but still - Tincore Keymapper.
Ah, yes. I was recently looking for the same thing. I wanted to see if I could play games with a bluetooth keyboard. I found this app
However, root is required. My phone is not rooted yet so I didn't test it yet.
They're adding controller support and most likely we'll see it in 0.12.0.
I posted about using controllers a while ago and was recommended Tincore Keymapper. I haven't given it a try, maybe you could.
I'm not super familiar with them, but there are keymappers that may work for you. Here is one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tincore.and.keymapper&hl=en_US
If you have root you could use Tincore Keymapper (available on Play Store). It's a little tough to understand and setup, but very resourceful.
I believe you can use Tincore Mapper. Attach your XBOX controller through an OTG cable or use a native Android gamepad and configure away. Wireless XBOX and all PlayStation controllers will need root access, though.
If you must root:
Tincore Keymapper is pretty good:
You might have more success though using Moonlight and /o r GeForce Now (for PC games) and emulators for others, so no need for remapping.
Sounds like you need Tincore!
It can do it. Good luck figuring out how, last time I used it, it was an absolute mess, like deciphering ancient hieroglyphics. But it can do it.
Kind of tedious to setup, but if you're on Android there's tincor keymapper. Which allows you to map controller button presses to screen touches.
Some Androids have support for the controller by default but otherwise you might need a controller mapper like this: [link]
Root the device and use something like
One of the only reasons i root on some devices. Ultimate control
> The difference is that you can't make it so that QWER keys use cards of their respective positions by attacking directly.
Yeah you can. You need to have a rooted phone but there are a few controller mappers out there that emulate touch. Here is one called Tincore Keymapper I've looked at before.
I've got an nVidia Shield already, but I've been considering getting an XD since it'll fit in a pocket much easier. Have you had any complaints with yours? Also, does it have the ability to map the button presses to mimic touching specific parts of the screen, in order to use the physical buttons on normally touch-only games? I know Tincore Keymapper can do that, but I'm wondering if there's a less complicated buitin app like the Shield has.
Would this app help? Looks like it lets you map hardware buttons to on screen button presses. Bit of a hacky workaround, but worth a shot:
And a bit off topic, but did you have to sideload MineCraft to install it? I've got the stable Play Store on my Asus Flip C100P and it shows up as not being compatible with my device. :/
I haven't used it personally but apparently Tincore Keymapper is a pretty powerful mapper that may allow you to do what you are trying.
It looks like you may be able to use an app like Tincore Mapper to map controller buttons to keyboard ones. At which point, You may be able to set up dosbox on a computer and just transfer the files over to make it easier. I've got some dosboxes set up with all the Mechwarrior 2 era games and DLCs so I'll try this out on my tablet one of these days.
Apps with built in keymappers are easiest to use (old school emulators). If using for other games, if you are rooted, tincore keymapper will provide an overlay to mimic button presses or swipes for every other app.
Great game! I'm having a lot of fun playing it again after 10 years, when I first tried it on Glofiish X650 under Windows Mobile.
The only thing missing is full gamepad support.
I have a Xiaomi Gamepad, I can move and strafe, but for the life of me I can't get my character to turn left/right using a gamepad.
UPD. Just spent two hours to figure out the settings of Tincore Keymapper but I managed to set up the triggers of my Xiaomi Gamepad for turning left/right without interfering with the other controls. Here is a link to my working config.
I don't see why not. After you pair the ps4 controller with your Android device you can even browse through the menus(with limitations), even before you configure the controls for a game.
Anyways, if your thinking about using with emulators, configuring the controls with Tincore might help.
I don't think that answers the OP's question at all. He wants to know how to play the game properly via emulators as he can't actually control the character properly with a mouse/keyboard.
To actually answer the OP, if you had Bluestacks (I know you can't use it since I actually read your post), you'd be able to use it's built in feature that lets you rebind controls to your keyboard. However, maybe you can use this: Tincore Remapper. This lets you do the same thing, remap your controls to your keyboard/mouse.
well, most apps use the new cardboard v2 mechanism, just touching the screen, I use a simple bluetooth controller which came with my z3, it works very good, this app let's you remap, just search for android bluetooth controller remapper etc. [link]
I'm pretty sure the Samsung Gamepad doesn't have triggers either and that controller is being used by most developers as the standard for keymapping. Having said that, you obviously tested your controller so this statement above is useless xD
You can remap buttons on a controller but that usually requires rooting your phone. It's hard to send you in the right direction without knowing what controller you have.
I came across this application which might be helpful:
Why not just use TinCore Keymapper? It works pretty well and is well worth the price if you game a lot.
Aside from that, I've found that the DraStic NDS emulator has excellent gamepad support.
Try the tincore keymapper (dunno how to use the bot but here goes)
Linkme: Tincore Keymapper
What ever... [link]
Just plug you controller, start the apk and move a stick/pad or press and hold a button to map on screen the "keys", it works with my xbox (Gen1) madcatz controller that I modded to be USB compatible should work with a USB SNES controller
it's worked for me up to 5.1. Haven't personally upgraded to 5.1.1 or the developer preview to try it out yet. The controller gets recognized as a bluetooth gamestop controller. Pretty much afterwards, if a button isn't recognized, it can get remapped through Tincore Keymapper
If the games aren't supported, I'd give Tincore a shot. It's a bit overwhelming at first but once you get the hang of it, it gets easier to use.
I've found another possible solution for you if you want to try Awakening again! I've also bound the attacks to these keyboard shortcuts. You can try out an app like Tincore Keymapper to remap the keys for your gamepad.
Left Stick - Move
Right Bumper - Lock on/Unlock
A - Jump
X - Scythe Attack
B - Cast spell
Y - Summon & order undead
F - Lock on/Unlock
Space - Jump
Q - Scythe Attack
W - Cast spell
R - Summon & order undead
You could try Tincore to map the button inputs to touchscreen controls. It requires root, though (but I suppose you're rooted already as you plan to use a PS3 controller).
you should be able to remap any button press with an like Tincore Keymapper. It works without root, but much better if you are rooted.
I have the galaxy s5 (I'm rooted) and my friend has the lg g3(not rooted) and it works fine with the on screen controls. People have problems with the controllers for some people and some people (with root) are using tincore To use a controller to control the on screen controls. We used this link to get ours working. Only the first step where it gives you the download. The rest is for controller that I haven't tested yet. So just download the apk and it should work.
> Epic already said they're disabling controllers for now
Yeah that doesn't work.
for things like that I use Tincore Keymapper
Allows you to control touch screen controls with the moga.
Tincore my dude
but since it will be on console and pc, too, its likely to have gamepad support.
Hi ! I think you dream is already real, look at tincore : [link]
Tell me if it's what you are looking for.
With root access you can install apps like Titanium Backup that make it easier to back up your phone. There's a free version you can try but it's worth it to get the Pro version if you're actually using it for backups:
If you didn't install it as part of rooting your device, you might want to get Magisk so you can hide your root access from apps that care about that sort of thing:
With root access your file explorer app should allow you to navigate and modify files anywhere on the device. If it doesn't, consider getting one like Solid Explorer:
I've never tried it, but there's an app called Tincore Remapper that lets you remap gamepad buttons and requires root. It sounds like it also supports a bunch of other common gamepads that aren't supported by default in Android.
Tasker can be a lot of fun if you want to try automating things on your device, and it can do more with root than without:
Xposed Framework probably got installed along with your ROM and lets you do all sorts of crazy stuff. It's like an app store for the type of mods you'd normally have to install a different ROM for, and lets you mix and match without needing to fully reinstall. Check out the list of 1300+ modules here:
Tincore Keymapper. It works without root, but much better features with it
I remember doing this on the Ouya with:
I'm not sure if it works in ChromeOS but worth looking at.
NES30 Pro is bluetooth-only on Android and iOS - It can work via USB on Windows only. Dualshock 3 is more physically comfortable. App compatibility is going to be higher with the NES30 Pro, since it's actually designed as an Android-compatible controller, but using something like Tincore Keymapper, you'll get pretty much the same result either way.
NES30 Pro does have the added advantage of multiple operation modes, which make it more likely that you'll be able to switch it to something that a given app is already configured for, and for working over bluetooth without a third-party app (Dualshock 3 requires use of the Sixaxis Controller app, which itself requires root access to run. NES30 Pro does not require root, but as I stated earlier, is bluetooth-only on Android.
There's Tiny Core, but it's worse than octopus.
Not sure why I cannot find the app on google play, it might of been taken down : https://www.wired.com/2011/08/android-playstation-controller/ and this is a great app to map button input: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tincore.and.keymapper and for quicker answers you can contact my team at http://podnutz.com/category/android-app-addicts/
I have no idea what's wrong then. As a last resort you can try to use this app:
Yeah, the slower speed is something I notice quite a bit, though it isn't a deal-breaker. The biggest problem I have with the GBA version, though, is its abscence of an 'action bar' (the row of icons at the bottom of this screenshot) in which each icon does its own 'action' like a virtual button (the touch-screen equivalent of 'hotkeys'). I find myself constantly needing to navigate the clunkier menus in the GBA version that I barely even need to acknowledge in the Android version. The PSP version is also a bit better than GBA, since it runs faster and since a PSP has more buttons than a GBA (you can freely remap the physical buttons to different actions, so that helps), but there's still more navigating through slow menus than the quickness of using the action bar in the Android verson (especially if you've got a decent bluetooth controller and Tincore Keymapper or something similar, because then you can have actual button controls and the action bar; I myself often use my nVidia Shield Portable, which has a built-in controller and its own keymapper, and can also use its right joystick and trigger as a 'mouse' so I don't need to get the screen all finger-printy, lol)...
i use "tincore pro" to map the layout. works flawlessly.
Try Tincore Keymapper
I used this. Root may be required, I'm not sure.
You should try Tincore Keymapper. Must root your phone though.
I haven't tested on Remix specifically but I have used [link] on a few other devices. Works quite well. Does need to be rooted.
Tincore Keymapper is another you could try, I'm going to try it out and see how it goes.
You can find it at this link.
Or alternatively use TinCore Keymapper if you have a no-name Chinese game pad like me.
[link] there are many more I guess but it works fine. You need to be rooted though.
with root I think you can use this: [link]
Sounds like a bit of work.
I recommend the use with Tincore Keymapper
With Tincore you can even play touch based games on Ipega :)