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PS3 (Wifi or Bluetooth) Controller on my PC

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by neo_pr, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. neo_pr

    neo_pr Regular member

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    So, we all know it's possible to use a nintendo DS as a wifi controller. Same goes for the PSP with the wificontroller program, but can we use the PS3's controller ?

    I was wondering since it's so nice looking and best of all LIGHTWEIGHT.

    Thanks in Advance for any replies.

    Sorry too, if this was discussed before, i did my searching but found nothing, i'm usually in 360 or PSP forums, first time here.

    EDIT: I have found an USB driver for this controller, still wondering if there's a way to use it wirelessly.
     
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    neo_pr Regular member

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    It's been almost 3 days, small Bump here.

    Still need any info i can get on getting this controller to work wirelessly.
     
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    I dont think so I'll investigate that though.... Right now the only thing you can do is, use it as a rear view on race games....
     
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    What ? i think you didn't read the whole post.

    I'm talking about how to use the PS3 controller on your pc wirelessly. (i got the usb drivers already, but i'd like to be able to use it tru wireless.)
     
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    i was woundering about that....but im not sure it would be possible becuase your computer wouldnt have a Bluetooth reciever. Unless they sell them for some odd reason.
     
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    There are bluetooth receivers, i have one, wondering if there are drivers to make it work.

     

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