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x360ce works well with my china shop special controller. Copy the .exe file into Executable folder and create xinput files, then start the game from the x360ce application ("Game Settings" tab).


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I think your controller is legitimate. I am presuming this only as i do notice one difference in the bottom of the controller to the right of the scei you have different letters one is an A the other is H....this is most likely hardware revision enumeration. Either way im supprised you are using analog sticks instead of digital dual shock with ps2 if you are ...


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I would recommend you to use "Xpadder", it is a software that detects all the buttons of a projection device or hardware, then asignas to each button found a key on the keyboard (obviously). In any case, there are many tutorials to configure XPADDER on Youtube. It is considered a small keyboard in the GHA game configuration.


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I would recommend you to use "Xpadder", it is a software that detects all the buttons of a projection device or hardware, then asignas to each button found a key on the keyboard (obviously). In any case, there are many tutorials to configure XPADDER on Youtube. I see you use it for the PC game called FoF, as I explain a bit why is not supported when using ...


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As already stated in Nolonar's answer a smartphone is not going to be viable for playing games. However, there are other options if you have the equipment lying around... It is possible to use an old Xbox 360 controller by streaming your Xbox One through a Windows PC/laptop. I'm not sure about older Windows versions, but the (official) Xbox app on Windows ...


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Yes, you can connect your smartphone to work as a controller, but not without a few caveats. To do so, you need the Xbox One Smartglass app, or if you have a Windows 10 phone, the Xbox app works as well. As you have noticed yourself, your phone needs to be connected to the same network as your Xbox. It doesn't have to be the same Wifi, though. As long as ...


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Unfortunately, that is not possible without smartglass. You need to be on same wifi as you stated, and that is necessary as there would be a good amount of input lag.


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After extensive searching I came across this posting on Microsoft's forum and it turned out that there had been a bug in the drivers at some point during the RC cycle for Windows 10 but was supposedly fixed. Also note that the issue was reported to affect some other games as well. Wading through the various responses on the post I found the following steps ...


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just busted a brief google search to find that they plan to add controller support in version 1.3.1, the release date is TBA at this stage. References: Terraria Forums Terraria Gamepedia however if you not willing to wait there are several game profilers available for use such as: Pinnical Input mapper or finally a forum post from Terraria online ...


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It could be because of more reasons: The Steam overlay "keeps" the controls for itself - this could be considered a bug/glitch (report?). The overlay is the active part - try terminating the program (Ctrl+Alt+Delete --> Task Manager --> Steam program --> end program (on Windows)) If it still doesn't work, I don't know.


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It's the other R button: clicking the right control stick into the controller.



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