SCPtoolkit conlict with Dolphin Bluetooth passthrough. Help with understanding device driver limitations in Windows (10).
LARoehr last edited by
Hello fellow retropie-ers!
I am on a quest to build a complete all-in-one and include the ability to use any and every OEM genuine console controller. Mayflash has been a perfect help for the older wired controllers (SNES, Sega Genesis, N64, Gamecube), but I'm experiencing some issues trying to connect modern wireless controllers via Bluetooth.
-PCSX2, using SCPtoolkit drivers on a CSR8510 A10 BT adapter (also use it instead of wired controllers for ePSXe, and plan to use it for RPCS3)
-Dolphin, using Mayflash Wii u Gamecube adapter for wired, and using a BCM20702A0 BT adapter with bluetooth emulation enabled for Genuine Wiimotes.
I recently tried to enable BT passthrough for the best Wiimote use experience. The remotes work great with this feature enabled, but I noticed that there is a driver conflict with the PS3 controllers that leaves Dolphin stuck on a black/ blank screen unless SCPtoolkit is not running.
I have intentionally purchased two different chipset BT adapters to allow different drivers to function on different adapters, but in the end I guess the both use versions of libusbk that don't agree.
Has anyone successfully run both sets of controllers with a setup like I want?
(SCP libusbk for DS3, BT passthrough with libusbk for wiimotes)?
The Wiimotes work excellent in BT passthrough mode, and the DS3's leave a little to be desired with SCP- but as far as I know that's the best solution for DS3's.
Please help. Suggestions and questions welcome.
What does this have to do with RetroPie ?
LARoehr last edited by LARoehr
-People use retropie/ emulation station with Windows, too, you know? People like me.
-People also would probably like to connect Wiimotes AND DS3 controllers to the same machine without having to reconfigure every time they switch between consoles. People like me might want to do this, you know?
-People may have some input or experiences on making these genuine controller cooperate/ coexist on the same Windows based device with the hardware I have listed, or with other hardware. This doesn't seem to be people like you.
Does that answer your question? Do you have any helpful input?
Does that answer your question?
Sure, but it's quite a stretch to ask a specific Windows question on a forum dedicated to a Linux retro-gaming solution. You're not using RetroPie, just Emulationstation - and your question has nothing to do with it.
Do you have any helpful input?
You should ask on a specific Windows gaming forum, not here. Since I also use Windows - but not for gaming -, I could tell you what you're trying to do is not possible, but that would also be a stretch, because I don't have your setup.