The final sixpair-emu firmware for the Teensy++ is available there.
I wrote a small python app that makes the customization of the sixpair-emu easier: nothing to compile, no firmware to download (except the pre-compiled initial one) to the Teensy++!
It looks like this:
- use it at your own risk
- the (vendor id, product id) = (0x054c, 0x0268) is the property of Sony
- plug the Teensy++ to the PC
- download the firmware to the Teensy++ with the Teensy loader
- if the bluetooth device to be used is a dongle, then plug it to the PC (if external)
- launch the sixpair-emu customizer
- select the Teensy++
- select the bluetooth device, or select and edit custom bdaddr
- select the (vendor id – product id): sixaxis = 0x054c – 0x0268, original firmware = 0x03eb – 0x2042
- clic apply (if there is no change, the application tells nothing was modified)
- unplug the Teensy++
- plug it to the PS3
=> the bluetooth device is registered as a Sixaxis by the PS3, so that it can connect to the PS3 as a sixaxis!
If a Teensy++ or a bluetooth device is plugged after the application is started, the refresh button allows to refresh the gui without restart.
Python code is available there.
It requires following packages:
- python 2.6.5
- libusb > 1.0
- pyusb > 1.0
- pybluez 0.18
It has to be launched in a terminal with the following command:
sudo python sixp-emu-cust.py
(tested in windows vista)
– python 2.6.5 (includes python-tk)
– libusb filter driver 220.127.116.11
– pyusb 1.0.0-a0 (to be installed in cmd shell with ‘setup.py install’)
– pybluez 0.18
(the bdaddrs are not read, but custom bdaddr can be set)
4 Replies to “Sixpair-emu customizer”
When i try to run sixp-emu-cust.py, it tells me:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "sixp-emu-cust.py", line 5, in
ImportError: No module named core
What do I do?
I have pyusb installed :s
nvm, figured it all out!
this is awesome! 😀
What kind of bluetooth device did you paired with your ps3?
How can i port the hex to my Minimus AVR, it is a at90usb162.
Thanks in advance