Ha! That's what I'm confused about :) I'd a look at the repo a few hours ago and thought "damn old, doesn't compile, fix needed", but now it's pull'ed and up to date. Thanks for that. But I loved waking you up :)
Hello and thanks for the answer again. Every emulator, even if I enter Retroarch to move between commands I have to use the controller 2 instead of 1. Image the last one, 4.4 and about the retropie version don't know what you mean, I have updated the script but don't know about the version, how do I see it? Sorry and thanks again.
A "charger" is not a PSU and is not designed to supply a stable steady flow of power. This is fine when it comes to charging a mobile device, not when it comes to powering the PI. Get a dedicated hard-wired (not plug and USB cable combo) PSU, preferably an official Raspberry Pi one and say goodbye to the lightning bolt.