Connect a controller and press a button, CONFIGURE INPUT screen appears.
Press and hold any button
Press and hold any button to go to the CONFIGURING screen
Press each button accordingly to finalize your controller mapping.
If your controller does not have that many buttons, hold a button (long-press) to ignore the current line and skip to the next one.
Note that at least you need to map A, B, D-PAD, START, SELECT and Hotkey.
The table hereunder gives you the standard mapping for the following controllers:
- Microsoft XBOX
- Nintendo controller
If, for any reason, the default controller configuration does not work for you or if you want to tweak your system, there is a possibility to deactivate controller autoconfiguration and to manage controller configuration directly in the emulator/core itself.
Autoconfiguration can be disabled globally, per system or per game.
Disable AUTOCONFIGURE CONTROLLERS.
Then set AUTOCONFIGURE CONTROLLERS to OFF.
Set AUTOCONFIGURE CONTROLLERS to OFF
With AUTOCONFIGURE CONTROLLERS set to OFF, you need to configure your controllers directly in the Emulator.
To access the Emulator, you can go in the Retrobat System in the System View.
For RetroArch cores, you can create your own Game Controller mapping for the game by pressing F1 (hotkey +
) during game emulation and changing the controller configuration.
In case of issue with controls, follow the steps below: