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Una nota rápida sobre el controlador 8bitdo Zero.

ASEGÚRESE DE QUE SI USTED ESTÁ UTILIZANDO UN 8BITDO ZERO, INICIE EL CONTROLADOR


CON R1 + INICIO CUANDO ESTÁ COMPLETANDO ESTOS PASOS POR LO MENOS LA PRIMERA
VEZ.

También puede ayudar a restablecer el controlador manteniendo presionado el botón de


selección durante 8 segundos si esto no funciona. Tenga en cuenta que el uso del modo R +
START da como resultado diferentes valores para los botones, por lo que puede funcionar o no
correctamente si se inicia en cualquier modo diferente en el futuro, aparte de R1 + START.
Además, ignore el paso 4 y active la opción de pirateo.

Guide to add your controller


1) Run the RetroPie setup script, either through the Emulation Station menu option or
via the command line.
If you want to run this via the command line, quit Emulation Station by pressing F4 on
the keyboard and type this at the command line: sudo /home/pi/RetroPie-
Setup/retropie_setup.sh

2) Choose the "Configuration / Tools" menu choice

3) Choose the "bluetooth - Configure Bluetooth Devices" menu choice


4) Make sure the hack option is turned "off"
You need to make sure your controller is running the relevant firmware for this to work
correctly, the versions are shown in this wiki article.

5) Make sure your controller is powered on and searching for a connection. With the
FC30 Pro, this is done by holding the power button (left-hand side of the base of the
controller) on until the side blue lights illuminate. With the SFC30/SN30/SF30 (with
firmware v4.0+), this is done by first powering on the controller by holding the Start
button for one second until the blue LED flashes, then hold the Select button for 3
seconds. The blue LED will flash rapidly to indicate pairing mode.
6) Choose the "Register and Connect to Bluetooth Device"

7) You will then see the "Searching" screen. If you have issues with the detection of the
controller, you may find it helps to press some buttons on the controller when this screen is
showing.

8) It may be the case that the first time the results are returned, the name of the
controller doesn't show, or that the MAC address doesn't show at all. If that's the case,
you can either select the device if you know the MAC or simply search again.NO
NAME
9) Here it has successfully detected the name of the controller, select OK here.

10) Choose the "DisplayYesNo" optin to complete the registration process.

11) Registration of the 8bitdo controller is complete and your blue LED lights should now be
solid on (the FC30 Pro will glow).
12) You must now setup the udev rule in order for Emulation Station to "see" the controller
when you restart your Raspberry Pi.
13) Select your controller from the list.

14) This then adds the rule to the file specified, you don't need to manually take any extra
steps here. As indicated, you will need to reboot after completing these steps to make sure all
the changes have taken effect.

15) The menu "Configure bluetooth connect mode" is optional, but using this can be very
useful.
16) If your controller won't connect (LED change from flashing to solid) when
restarting, change the mode to "boot". In most cases this should also enable the
"background" option automatically, so you don't have to select this. If you have issues
with the controller not auto connecting after waking from sleep/off mode, then try
"background". BLUETOOTH CONNECTS MODES

17) When this has been set, please reboot the Raspberry Pi. Either during boot up or
once in Emulation Station, when you turn the controller on it should connect without
issue.

18) Configure the controller for Emulation Station and the emulators. Press Start in
Emulation Station using your non-8bitdo controller and choose the "Configure Input"
option
19) You should see that Emulation Station can now see your 8bitdo controller

20) When you hold a button on your controller you should see its name appear at the bottom
of the screen.
21) Follow the instructions as given here. If you make a mistake, just run the "Configure Input"
process again.

22) When that is complete your 8bitdo controller is ready to use!

The process will have written various controller configuration files for you. The main
RetroArch controller file will now be in: /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch-
joypads/

Here are some examples of the file that should be written.