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I was wondering if it was possible to use a WiiMote as a game controller (for emulators) on an Android phone? I suppose it would have to map as a hardware keyboard?

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Yes, it's possible. Look up Wiimote controller on the Android Market.

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If you want to use (up to 4) wiimote controller(s) with your android phone, you can simply use the (free) Wiimote Controller app.

The Wiimote(s) will register as a seperate input method, and should be compatible with every program (that allows assignment of keys to actions.)

Do note however, that this app do not work together with the HTC Sense interface!

(you can download it by scanning this QR-code with the barcode scanner on your andoid phone.)
Wiimote Controler

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Anyone got this working with HTC magic? I don't have Sense UI installed, but apparently it's still won't work for me - bluetooth stack issue or something :( – MGOwen Jul 19 '10 at 7:37

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