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Recalbox.com

Recalbox.com
You may want to configure your controller for your new recalbox! If you have a PS3 controller with a bluetooth dongle, just take a micro usb cable, plug the controller into recalbox and wait 10 seconds. You can now unplug the controller and press the HOME button. Your controller is configured! If you have a XBOX360 USB controller, just plug it and play! If you have an USB controller, plug your USB keyboard, press ENTER in the frontend, select the "Configure Input" entry with S key, then select "Configure a controller" and press the S key again. See the wiki for more info! Please share your project with us in our forum:

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