Use as virtual PC gamepad? I was under the impression I could created a virtual gamepad that would run on top of Moonlight Game Stream and show as a controller in windows through PPJoy. The goal is to be able to stream games with just the tablet and not have to lug around a physical controller. I don't see any areas in Tincore settings that say Created Virtual Gamepad. Am I missing something or is this just not possible? I read the directions. I still have no clue how to create a button on the screen without a hardware button.
Easy to map buttons but 1 problem only The only problem is when you apply and save your custom buttons it always says "to control key press enable IMEI as default on settings" I already set tincore as my default one the problem is still there. U need to fix this one i already bought all features and im not satisfied about it.
Does not work on my Asus zenfone 4. I can map keys and apply a profile but keeps saying "To control key presses Tincore Keymapper is needed. Please enable it in the setup screen and set as default method", EVENTHOUGH INPUT METHOD IS ALREADY ACTIVATED.
Bad joke Reply to dev: Definitely rooted. I use a few root apps and use Supersu. Gamepad works fine. Looking at using this for touch only games. Review: Could the developer be more specific about what I need to do? I tried this app again after flashing CyanogenMod in hopes it would now work but still device discovery will not detect my Steel series free when I run discover. Funny how everything that supports pads sees it and this doesn't. I wanted this app to work but it seems hopelessly broken.
Least intuitive app EVER! App is wonky to say the least. Not user friendly at all. Lemme guess, go to your wiki? Ya about that, I did...and had a pop up that said "your phone was compromised by an american hacker click ok to clean". Don't think so...your not fooling me. Hit home and cleared all programs. I see why you want people to go to the wiki.
Too many options, not user friendly. Scratch my last review. It is still not user friendly but I finally got it to work properly. I wrote my last review in frustration. The wiki descriptions for the button options are still not as in depth as I would hope (pictures, game examples, etc.) but the directions for manual touch screen calibration were good. It was really just old fashioned problem solving and issue isolation.
Missing swap axis checkbox fix
Ipega 9028 Right stick manufacturer wrong definition correction.
8bit gamepad dpad support
Black labels fix.
Missing checkboxes fix
UI speedup and fixes
Improved response for Galaxy on Fire 2
** Removed SELinux to permissive mode option on Google request. **
Fix for L2 auto remapping for PRE:GAMEPAD
Improved detection of some BT devices recognized as Broadcomm generically.
Better support for some BT keyboards.