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Posted by Triforce on Sun, April 20th, 2008 at 15:32 - 57 Comments
 
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luccax releases version 0.2 of JoyDS. With this application you can use your NDS as a joypad using PPJoy. You don't need to configure anything inside PPJoy, just install it and run JoyDS Server, it creates, manages and deletes Virtual Joysticks automatically.


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Upaut United States

  Sun, April 20th, 2008 at 15:57
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Finally looks like we have a replacement for DS2Key/DSPad, which doesn't even have a manual, FAQ, or programmer any more.  Keep up the good work, luccax.

*Update*  W00t!  Thank you, luccax!  Unlike DS2Key/DSPad which doesn't work on NDSLs, JoyDS works fantastic!  I had to mess around with PP2Joy to get the settings straightened out, but the fact that your program actually connects with my comp makes me happy enough.  I'm so gonna' put this on my lappy top.

...and I've just thought of a horrible way to divide by zero.  Using JoyDS to play Goomba on VBA, or in other words, using your DS to use a GB/GBC emulator on a GBA emulator.

This post has been edited by Upaut, Sun, April 20th, 2008 at 17:34
 
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Kojiro_S Chile

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 00:42
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This might be a silly question, but...
what kind of access points does this use? Bluetooth and IR maybe?

The only thing available here is a wi-fi router, I'm afraid; if this doesn't make the cut, then I'm doomed to normal joypads haha.
 
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cman1783 United States

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 02:12
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Kojiro_S on Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 00:42 [¬Ľ]

This might be a silly question, but...
what kind of access points does this use? Bluetooth and IR maybe?

The only thing available here is a wi-fi router, I'm afraid; if this doesn't make the cut, then I'm doomed to normal joypads haha.


It works over wifi.
 
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Kojiro_S Chile

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 05:34
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Thanks.
Tried and tested. Works like a charm. I finished Super Metroid, a game that really needs to be played with a pad, without any problems.

/me happy
 
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lars_91 Sweden

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 08:20
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Cant get it to work :( i start a server then i try to connect whit my ds but after i while i get connection failed.
But if i try to connect to the other routers here it works even if they dont use the server .....
something i done wrong ? really would like this ! :D
 
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Upaut United States

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 13:33
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@lars_91:  It's probably simpler than you think.  Let JoyDS connect to your wifi router at first, run the JoyDS server, then DS-side enter in your computer's IP address.  If you are not able to see a response after doing that, then I don't know.
 
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lars_91 Sweden

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 14:49
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I dont know why but i cant connect to the rauther at all with this joyDS ... it wont even try to connect ! i have restarted the rauter changed the settings but still ...... if no more tips i give up ^^
 
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luccax Brazil

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 15:33
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Hi lars_91 ^^ Let's solve your problem!

What's really your problem? The server opens fine? The client is not connecting? If the error is while connecting from the DS, try these:

- If your router has WEP protection (or any other protection), you can't connect choosing its SSID from the list and pressing Ok, you have to configure it inside the WFC Settings of any commercial game, and then connect with JoyDS using the first item of the list: 'WFC Config'
- I highly recommend using the 'WFC Config' to connect, even if your router isn't protected
- If you can connect with a commercial game, doesn't mean that you can with a homebrew. dswifi has some incompatibility with DHCP, so try using Fixed IP/DNS inside the WFC Settings
- Verify if you can connect to your router using DSOrganize
- Verify if your DHCP is giving the right IP for the DS

If none of them help, post here!  :)  And thanks everyone for the feedback  :yaylite:
 
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lars_91 Sweden

  Mon, April 21st, 2008 at 17:54
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Thanks luccax :D i used WFX config and changed ip and it finally worked :D This is one of the coolest homebrews i ever seen ! Thanks :D
 
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