GPIO Devices not detected
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Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Pre made SD Image on RetroPie website
USB Devices connected:
Error messages received:
None, GPIO devices fail to be detected when used in input configuration screen.
How to replicate the problem:
Hi! I’m having a problem where Retropie seems to not recognize my GPIO button and joystick even when seemly configured properly.
I’ve done the following:
- Downloaded, booted and updated retropie to it’s most recent version
- installed gamecon-gpio-rpi driver from raspi-confg
- installed and run retrogame.sh
- plugging in all GPIO devices from this guide https://learn.adafruit.com/retro-gaming-with-raspberry-pi
- gone to the input configuration screen and pressed the arcade buttons and joystick.
Is there something I’m missing? Is it possible the Joystick and buttons are broken? The keyboard works fine however.
fdr4prez last edited by fdr4prez
Sounds like retrogame isn't installed, or it isn't loading when booting, or isn't configured properly.
If you open the terminal (press F4) and push your buttons and see if the corresponding letters appear.
If you see no letters when moving the joystick or pushing buttons, then retrogame isn't working