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Post time: 2017-02-26 10:27:23 From the mobile phone
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Edited by Plon at 2017-02-26 13:31

Hello,
My son and I have a fc30pro and a nes30pro. Two shield tablets with same games to test.
Both gamepads have a 1.71 firmware.
But in game they have different behaviour :
- the nes30 pro have a xbox360 button layout (A : south, B : east, X : west and Y : North). Every game tested works well with this layout. Even in android desktop.
- The fc30 pro have nintendo like layout (A east,B south etc....) and working in every game withthis layout and android desktop. except that select button and return button (next to power button) have different or none behaviour than the nes 30 in some games, making them unplayable. Borderland for exemple, no way to enter player menu - select is the default key - but select do nothing.

Both gamepads has been tested on both tablets and the problem is on the fc 30.
I've also tried differents firmwares but nothing changes....
Do you have any idea how to solve this problem ? Any way to reset factory settings ?

What did i do to to change button position on one gamepad and not the other ????

Thanks for your help....

Plon.
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 Author| Post time: 2017-02-27 00:06:10 From the mobile phone
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This page http://jp.8bitdo.com/fc30pro/Manual.html says
To restore the FC30 Pro to factory settings hold down for 8 seconds.

Wich button is "down" ? In wich state ( on or off) should i hold down button for 8 seconds ?

Sorry if my question is stupid, but i can't find how to reset the gamepad...
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Post time: 2017-02-27 23:32:08 From the mobile phone
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It's not "down" button. It's hold down the "on/off" button for 8 seconds
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 Author| Post time: 2017-02-28 01:38:45 From the mobile phone
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I finally find it...
But I definitely don't understand... The nes30 pro have a 1.71 firmware. It shouldn't have xbox 360 layout. (Only 1.70 beta 6 should)
I tried a lots of firmwares including betas on the fc30 pro but I never success to have the same behaviour on both gamepads...
I don't know very well android, but with the same firmwares installed on both gamepad I should have same button and same function.
But ... Nope...
I've tried : 1.53, 1.68, 1.69, 1.70 beta 5, 1.70 beta 6, 1.71, 1.71 beta 0 and 1.73 beta0. Nothing changes "select" button behaviour.
As firmware update tool told me that the working Nes30 pro is 1.71, it could be non beta 1.71 or any beta 1.71 firmware...
I tried a third party gamepad button app to identify input on fc30 pro... And it works as it should for every button.

Could any app installed on my shield tablet k1 (shield controler app ?) interfere with 8bitdo controler ?
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Post time: 2017-02-28 03:58:51
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Now that you mention it, I have the Shield K1 as well, and I've started having this problem since the Nougat update, a couple of weeks ago. While both pads work well in emulators, it's true that the buttons behave different on Android itself (A-B and X-Y have been switched on NES30 Pro, if I remember correctly).

I haven't updated both FC30 Pro and NES30 Pro. I'll check them this evening and let you know what I find out
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 Author| Post time: 2017-02-28 04:52:44 From the mobile phone
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Yeah ! I'm not the only one
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Post time: 2017-03-01 01:32:16
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Sorry Plon, I haven't been able to test the gamepads yet, but I'm not forgetting about it
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 Author| Post time: 2017-03-01 14:13:50 From the mobile phone
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molul 2017-03-01 01:32
Sorry Plon, I haven't been able to test the gamepads yet, but I'm not forgetting about it

No problem !
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Post time: 2017-03-02 09:53:47
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Editado por molul en 2017-03-03 01:45

Hi Plon. I was finally able to test my FC30 Pro and NES30Pro. I can confirm that after updating to Android Nougat, my FC30 Pro has kept the same behaviour it had on Marshmallow (button A, at "east" is "Accept" and B, "south" is "Back"), and the NES30Pro has switched both buttons. B is Accept and A is Back.

I haven't updated both gamepads firmware, but I see you did and they behave the same, so I'm writing to 8bitdo's support to see if there's any way of fixing this. It's not terrible, but I think it's good to let them know.
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 Author| Post time: 2017-03-02 10:27:08 From the mobile phone
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Edited by Plon at 2017-03-02 11:08

Ok thanks for your testings. Can you give me 8bitdo support's mail ? I'll do the same...
Edit : found the support's contact. Thx again !
Edit ² : Email sent.
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