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#11
I know this thread is a month old but I had an issue with the USB Bluetooth not being recognized. Would give an error "Bluetooth Dongle Init Failed, error code: D1, running PS3BT".

I found a fix in https://github.com/felis/USB_Host_Shield_2.0/issues/331
basically you replace a line in the USB_Host_Shield_2.0/BTD.cpp

Replace:
ConfigDescParser<USB_CLASS_WIRELESS_CTRL, WI_SUBCLASS_RF, WI_PROTOCOL_BT, CP_MASK_COMPARE_ALL> confDescrParser(this);

With:
ConfigDescParser<USB_CLASS_VENDOR_SPECIFIC, WI_SUBCLASS_RF, WI_PROTOCOL_BT, CP_MASK_COMPARE_ALL> confDescrParser(this);
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#12
(10-13-2018, 02:28 AM)Deanw1968 Wrote: I know this thread is a month old but I had an issue with the USB Bluetooth not being recognized. Would give an error "Bluetooth Dongle Init Failed, error code: D1, running PS3BT".

I found a fix in https://github.com/felis/USB_Host_Shield_2.0/issues/331
basically you replace a line in the USB_Host_Shield_2.0/BTD.cpp

Replace:
ConfigDescParser<USB_CLASS_WIRELESS_CTRL, WI_SUBCLASS_RF, WI_PROTOCOL_BT, CP_MASK_COMPARE_ALL> confDescrParser(this);

With:
ConfigDescParser<USB_CLASS_VENDOR_SPECIFIC, WI_SUBCLASS_RF, WI_PROTOCOL_BT, CP_MASK_COMPARE_ALL> confDescrParser(this);

That's interesting. I didn't have any problem with the cheap USB dongle I bought. I am not sure which version of USB_Host_Shield I ended up using, and have since re-installed my PC, so I will need to figure it out all over again.

Thanks for the heads up.
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#13
Are you using both of those PS3 Move controllers, or just one? Haven't been able to find anywhere that mentions using two of them.
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#14
The shadow MD system optionally uses two controllers. You do the sequence triggers by holding a button on one controller and selecting a direction on the other. I think this makes the finger gymnastics a bit easier.

I believe it also lets you have direct control over the drive and dome at the same time.
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#15
I use two move controllers. It’s very easy to control. The only downside is both hands are encumbered. Meaning, I can’t easily enjoy a tasty beverage while wowing the crowds with my R2.

Eebel
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#16
I had a feeling shadow MD is set up to drop back to single controller mode if you turn off the second controller.
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#17
(01-12-2019, 05:42 AM)Martyman Wrote: I had a feeling shadow MD is set up to drop back to single controller mode if you turn off the second controller.

Yes, you can use a single controller with SHADOW-MD.  However, I feel you lose a lot of control.  I suppose if you had your A-list sequences set up on a single controller you could get by for a while...maybe when going from one place to another.  

Eebel
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