I'm Having a problem with Poco and this gamepad from Krom, Key, it's not old or to recent and I'm sure it's compatible with android.|
Using the App "EasyOTG Checker" it can detect and recognize the gamepad also the leds on it show that it's connected, but using the "Gamepad Tester" it gives nothing, no matter how I move it.
Tried using an LG G5 and it worked perfectly, one of the diferencies is that Poco has android 9 and LG has 8, could that be the main reason? I've read that android 9 has been giving a lot of headaches...
Meanwhile I tried a very old gamepad from Gravis, Eliminator Shock, a gamepad that no longer can make it run on Win10... and it works. So maybe it's just a matter of installed drivers?
As you can see from the pics, the gamepad is recognized as "SHANWAN Android Gamepad" on both devices.
At Krom's site I can find drivers for the Key gamepad, but only finding
"Krom_Key_Dinput.exe, Krom_Key_Windows_XP.exe, Krom_Key_Windows_32Bit.msi, Krom_Key_Windows_64Bit.msi" inside ktquu9mxr9-kromkeydrivers.zip
Can any of those help?
Anything else I can do to make that gamepad work with Poco?
Gamepad Tester Pocophone F1.JPG (3.13 MB, Downloads: 2)
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EasyOTG Checker Pocophone F1 zoom.JPG (3.17 MB, Downloads: 0)
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EasyOTG Checker Pocophone F1 + Key.JPG (3.47 MB, Downloads: 0)
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