Sorry for the late reply. Didn't realise someone had responded.Aloshi wrote:Are you having issues with question #1 or question #2?
If it's #2, I'm pretty sure the RPi just has trouble with all the analog stick interrupts - I've had similar problems with myself.
Sigh. More investigating suggests you could likely be right. Thought I would have a search under /r/raspberry_pi on reddit, and came across several threads, including this one which suggests there is a genuine usb packet loss issue on the raspberry pi. This is reported here: https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/19Aloshi wrote: I'm pretty sure the RPi just has trouble with all the analog stick interrupts - I've had similar problems with myself.
Yes this is with the MS wireless gaming receiver.JxPond wrote:How are you guys connecting your Pi to the Wireless 360 Controllers? I know they are RF as oppose to Bluetooth so on the PC you have to use a Microsoft RF Receiver to get them to work, or mod your own with a PIC Chip.
Yeah that's a pretty fair point. Personally I'm going to do a bit more investigation in the weekend to see if I can get something working, but it's not looking hopeful. I might add I'm using a 7-port 3.5A powered hub.meowzen wrote:So has anyone figured this out?? Is it not possible to have two Xbox 360 wireless controllers without button sticking/lag? Even with a powered hub?
If this is a common issue then it should probably be appended to the wiki page on how to set up Xbox 360 controllers. Instead of instructing people on how to set up multiples when it won't work.
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