This release includes support for third party PS3 controllers and Xbox S-type controllers (untested). Some PS3 controllers were blocked after firmware 3.50 which can now be re-enabled. I've also include remapping capabilities for buttons and sixaxis sensors. You will need to edit xpad_remap.txt to configure the remapping and press (START+SELECT+DPAD_RIGHT) to enable it. Controller LEDs can now be disabled by pressing (START+SELECT+DPAD_LEFT).
Added Xbox One (wired) controller and Playstation DualShock 4 (wired) controller support. Only wired connection for now, might add wireless support later on. The DualShock 4 controller driver enables rumble and six axis support. It also increases compatibility of some games over the official driver. There is no trackpad support in this release but may possibly be added later.
Note: DS4 six axis sensors were about 4 times more sensitive than DS3s. I had to reduce it's...
This release includes rumble support for games. It will require a litte more setting up so I will explain in detail on how to install and run xpad with rumble.
Also included in this release is the option to add custom xpad device PID/VIDs. Only the official Xbox controller and receiver PID/VIDs are hardcoded.
You will need to edit xpad_devices.txt for other devices.
Note: Not all third party controllers may work with this plugin.
I realize a lot of you are having trouble getting the plugin to work. Usually if you're getting the "unknown usb" error, that means the plugin has not loaded properly. You should be getting a "XPAD Loaded!" message if everything was setup correctly. Third party receivers should be working too.
This release combines both wired and wireless controllers into one plugin. This makes things easier for those who want to use both types of controllers. It's also easier to...
Sorry for the wait guys. My receiver finally came in yesterday and took me about a day to make the changes. You can connect a maximum of 4 wireless controllers with one receiver. The release includes both wired (xpad.sprx) and wireless (xpadw.sprx) plugins. Use each one accordingly. Please update if you were using an older version of xpad since this release includes some minor bug fixes.
Here is a new release which includes some third party controllers like the Razer Onza. Also as verified by malckdaddy the plugin seems to load better with prxloader rather than boot_plugins.txt method.