I want emulate my current android system of my phone.I want have full duplicate system of my current phone (i mean filesprogramms etc) at PC with possible to use it (things like 2-step auth of google, and others).I think the way to do it is restore image of system that can do ClockWorkMod. But i dosnt know how use it on emulator on my Win7.
I am having few android rom backup's from my old Xperia Arc S, Wilfire, Galaxy S. All were rooted and saved their nandroid backup.The need of hour is to retrieve some data out of the Roms. But I am not having any device at the moment.So the thing I wished to do is to emulate those roms and run them on PC.
I'm working on a project that includes a test system for OEM devices. The supporting infrastructure is complete, however I'm having difficulties getting ROMs to run on the emulator. Of course the AVDs generated by the SDK work fine, but my next step is to run a binary intended for an OEM device. I understand that the emulator would require different drivers than a physical device, so I can't simply drop the same binary onto it and expect it to run.
Tweaking the AVDs generated by the SDK is about the limit of my knowledge. I've looked into pulling the system.img and other partitions from the ROM with ones from the emulator, but that doesn't work since the emulated hardware doesn't match what the drivers expect. I assume some modifications to qemu and some reverse engineering of the OEM ROM might be required to obtain my goal.
Assuming I have access to the binaries (but not the source) used by an OEM to construct their ROMs, what would be involved to obtain an emulator that matches the physical device, so I can run the compiled ROM on the emulator?
Is there any way to emulate an android froyo with normal kernel and everything a normal android phone has? Including a market and recovery mode. I want this mainly because I feel terrified by the thought that I might brick my phone flashing a custom rom and I am a beginner so I never tried anything complicated with it. So before I try anything over my phone I want to try this on an emulated phone.
Is there any apps out there that let you use an android phone as a ps3 controller. By that I mean controlling the ps3 with your phone including the analog sticks (I think that's what they're called) and the R and L buttons. ADR6400L
I have a Sprint Galaxy S3 and I've been trying for weeks to connect it to a PS3 controller. I got a usb to mini usb converter, downloaded the Sixaxis Controller app and rooted my phone, but after connecting to the controller and turning it on it just flashes while the app says "listening for controllers..." so I assumed I must have got a faulty converter ordered a new one, same results. Then I ordered gameklip after reading that it could connect with your controller just by plugging in a mini to micro cable and after it arrived I'm getting the same problem. The phone just doesn't seem to recognize that there's anything plugged into it. I've tried two different PS3 controllers. I've tried resetting them using a paperclip and the button on the back. I've tried resetting the phone multiple times. I've honestly tried everything I can think of. It just doesn't seem to work.
Everybody I can find on the internet seems to have no problem with either a wired or wireless method, but I can't seem to figure it out. I don't know if there's just something simple I'm missing or if there's some compatibility problem I don't know about, but I've spent over $50 trying to get this thing to work so I'd like to see that pay off.
I wonder if it isn't possible to use android phones as a remote for the WII. There are games which don't use the IR input, for example New Super Mario. In principle we have all sensors to play this game.
I'm trying to get my Xbox 360 Controller working with my HTC EVO 3D. I bought a mini usb to female usb so I can hook both things together--but the indicator lights on my controller does not work. It is running Android version 2.3.4 and HTC Sense version 3.0. I'd like to know if there is a way to get these two paired and working with the app OnLive.
I ordered a PS3 controller. So how to get a PS3 controller paired with my phone for OnLive and explain how to root it?
I bought asphalt 8. Its a great game best racing game thats for sure but I tried connecting my ps3 controller to play it like that with NO GO. 0 support its like nothing is connected. Tried countless times trying to make it work managed to get r1 and l1 working for boost and break but no movement what so ever with the analog sticks no matter which one I try.
I recently bought a fairly cheap Yarvik tab (TAB264) running ICS 4.0.3. with a USB host and so far it has nothing else than impressed me !
What i'm trying to do is connect a game controller via USB to play games in emulators. I have a authentic PS3 controller with usb cable and an Xbox controller for the PC, with a USB dingle for wireless connection to the pc / tablet. I do not have bluetooth on my device, but i do have a bluetooth dongle. However, this is not plug and play. If I plug in a keyboard, mouse of mass storage device the tablet will recognise it. With a bluetooth stick this is not the case. I have seen serveral video's where people just plug in their xbox controller and it works, they only have to map the keys in to emulator and they are good to go. In my case, as with the bluetooth dongle, it is like its not recognised.
Is there a way to download drivers for either one controllers, universal controller support or the bluetooth stick ?
in short: - Can i use the PS3 controller via usb ? - Can i use to Xbox controlle via usb ? - Can i install drivers for the bluetooth stick so i can use the ps3 controller wireless (whis would be awesome since bluetooth would be nice).
How to pair the six axis controller on a Mac? I'm a newb to the command line thing in terminal and I don't know what to type to get it working. I don't understand how to run it...
The official website says
Command line utility version of 'sixpair' for OSX can be downloaded from here. Modified source code can be found here. This utility requires libusb, which can be downloaded from [URL] ..... Choose the binary for your version of OSX.
But how do i run the command line utility? I got he libusb thing and installed it successfully but I still don't know how to make it work correctly. Every time I try some of the steps I find online, my terminal says "-bash: $: command not found"
I have a Galaxy Note running on ICS, and N64oid v2.6.3. I have used Sixaxis controller to get my dualshock 3 connected and working on the phone. Now when I go into n64oid to try and connect it, I had to download another app for other bluetooth devices and drivers, but the dualshock 3 is not in that list.
If I stick my phone to my TV via HDMI while pairing the phone with a bluetooth controller/gamepad, can I use the gamepad to move around the android UI on my couch? Like surf the internet and open apps and such.
I'm trying to use my xbox controller via USB-OTG or my Wii Classic Controller to play MC4. I can walk, shoot and reload but I can't use the right stick to look around. I already flashed custom keylayouts from Nexus 10 but it didn't worked.
That's what I am looking for.. the closest was my piano... however it uses wifi - and my pc doesnt have a wifi card. So anything that would let me connect the apps keyboard over usb and let it be detected as a midi controller in my daw (mainly fl studio).
I am a long time reader of this forum because i can find almost all of the answers to my gadget questions. And then decided to take on and register just because I am now frustrated and can't do anything about my ASUS K004 ME371MG Fonepad not detecting a generic USB controller/gamepad (although the analog indicator lights up when switched on).
The controller is a PS2-like controller with USB port-end, and I am using it through an OTG cable. Flashdrives, Mice and Keyboards are working smoothly on my device. Also, I let my friend try this contoller/gamepad on his device (Samsung Galaxy Note) and it is working.
I currently don't have a way to connect my Xbox 360 Wireless dongle since I don't have a USB to MICRO USB converter, So is there any way to do so? without any plugs? I know the Xbox 360 uses a specific way to connect wirelessly unlike the Playstation 3 that uses Bluetooth. BUT although, There MUST be a way! therefore, I am asking all of you android users with probably more knowledge than me on this.
I have spice mi 530. i have installed headset button controller ,JAYS , Philips Headset,Headset Droid,Klipsch Control ,but nothing worked.(even tried in debug mode in headset button controller but no msg shown. ) use any headset controller in this device.
i tried to connect my wireless Xbox 360 Controller over an OTG-wire with my Lenovo s6000l Tablet. The lights on my controller and wireless adapter show me that my controller is connected, but my tablet show me no reactions. The App BT/USB Joystick Center does not find the controller. I tried to download the Vendor files from another thread in this Forum and copied them on to my Device.
I even tried to connect my PSX-Controller (PS1) over an PSX to USB adapter with my device, but the buttuns had a bad configuration. The app Sixaxis Compatibility Checkers tells me that my controller is found when i click on Start but when i press Pair Controllers it says that he couldnt find any controller and i should connect one through USB.