I’m trying to use my wireless Xbox 360 controller or wireless Xbox one controller but the game isn’t responding to it. Does any buddy have any suggestions
A Microsoft Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller isn’t going to work out of the box as they aren’t standard Bluetooth controllers - they have a proprietary firmware to make them work with Xbox only. If you have USB-OTG support on your device you can connect a wired 360 controller or the receiver dongle for a Windows wireless 360 controller that way. (EDIT: side note, PS3 and PS4 controllers are technically Bluetooth controllers and will work with some setup…)
Or… You could get an inexpensive Bluetooth controller. I use this one http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00KLS3UEY/ref=pd_aw_sim_sbs_63_of_11?ie=UTF8&dpID=51HwFJgMPdL&dpSrc=sims&preST=SL500_SR100%2C100&refRID=1VVNWMY888P4R4V1HQG8 - it’s the exact same feel in the hand as a 360 controller, but lighter, and it has the stand so you can mount your phone in it. I can confirm it works well with dungeon quest - use “Home+(X)” when you start it up and it will show up in your Bluetooth as a “keyboard”, pair it and start up DQ!
Hope this helps!
So I can use a ps3 controller and just connect it to my phones Bluetooth
The answer is technically yes. You can use an Xbox 360 controller with a USB-OTG cable and support for USB-OTG on your device - plug it in and it’s instantly recognized as an input device. PS3 controller is a little more complicated, there’s a tutorial for getting it working here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDqpE_qmz4Q - Be advised I haven’t tested the PS3 controller myself, only the wired/wireless 360 controllers with USB-OTG or a PS4 controller - which doesn’t require anything extra to set up, just the knowledge of the button combo to put the PS4 controller into pairing mode. This http://android.wonderhowto.com/how-to/connect-your-ps4-controller-your-android-device-for-easier-gameplay-0160721/ should get you in the right direction. (I’d recommend this over a PS3 controller if you have the choice.)
Honestly, I recommend just getting a bluetooth controller specifically for your device, like the one I linked (which is a third of the price of a PS4 controller), unless you have a specific attachment to an ‘official’ console controller - I did, which is why I got one shaped precisely like the 360 controller. Using console controllers with your Android device is almost always going to be a hacky solution.
Hope this helps, please take my advice with a grain of salt. I am not the maker or user of your device, just a DQTester who happens to like using the controller too.
Now to just find out if my LG V10 Will support a ps4 controller