Seems abandoned hasn't updated app for cm11 even though he suggests its use because of kernel dependency...
Was good. Now, not so much. It appears that the developer has stopped development for this app. If I understand correctly, Google incorporated a different Bluetooth driver in the latest versions of Android which requires a complete redesign of this application. The app worked very well on my older phone but I haven't been able to get it running on anything running jelly bean 4.2. Also, I'm disappointed that it never got the PS button for the sixaxis mode. That's a requirement for the PS3 as far as I'm concerned.
Does not work on Nexus 7, Jelly Bean 4.2 (Stock, Rooted) Would like to use it, it would be great if you could fix it. It used to work great. Now it takes a long time to start. When it finally does, I get warning that it requires root privileges. It does not seem to request them properly, though. Next it reports that Bluetooth stack is unsupported, and suggests Cyanogen. If this is true, application description should note this issue.
Could be awesome Just purchased because I was basically wanting a remote control for Amazon Instant video so I did not have controllers all over or purchase the stupid bluetooth remote for the PS3. Got all synced up, only to find that there is no PS button, nor does the X button seem to work. Please, such an app is sorely needed by the Android community, and this is the closest I have seen anyone come. Please fix these issues, and will be perfect. I bought the pro version to support your efforts.
Great app, but very high cpu load averages This is exactly what I've been looking for for a while - a straight up bluetooth HID app that doesn't require installing drivers on the receiving device... Works great once you get it working. Two comments though: (A) blueputdroid-daemon is causing extremely high CPU load averages on my Galaxy Nexus and on my Galaxy Note 10.1 (load averages as high as 50.00 - as I understand it, anything over [# of cores] x 1 indicates a problem...); and (B) installing is a bit tricky, but here's how I got it to work for anyone else having trouble: (1) unpair the devices; (2) start up blueputdroid, then pair devices with blueputdroid running; (3) connect devices; (4) stop blueputdroid, and restart it. It worked for me after doing that.
Nexus 7 user Keyboard works on my PS3 but when I go into the amazon video app the dpad works but not the X, triangle, square or circle. Not sure what the issue of could be but I bought this app so I could watch videos without needing a controller. Disappointed.
New interface look
Sixaxis layout fixed