#1 Posted by darblade23 (74 posts) -

hey guys i been having a little problem with motionjoy is te bluetooth pairing can tell me about this???

it says 0.0.0.0.0 when i click the pairing does anyone know the problem.

sorry for my English i know is bad.

#2 Posted by tarvis (75 posts) -

@darblade23: In order for the program to recognize my Bluetooth adapter, I had to delete the existing drivers and allow MotionJoy to install its own. Which meant that while it would recognize and pair with my Dualshock, it would no longer pair with a Bluetooth headset. In case someone else has a better work around.

#3 Posted by cannonballBAM (583 posts) -

@darblade23: Is your bluetooth built into your PC or are you using an external device? like a rocketfish bluetooth adapter?

#4 Posted by darblade23 (74 posts) -

@tarvis said:

@darblade23: In order for the program to recognize my Bluetooth adapter, I had to delete the existing drivers and allow MotionJoy to install its own. Which meant that while it would recognize and pair with my Dualshock, it would no longer pair with a Bluetooth headset. In case someone else has a better work around.

where to go to delete my Bluetooth driver or uninstall??

#5 Posted by darblade23 (74 posts) -

@cannonballBAM said:

@darblade23: Is your bluetooth built into your PC or are you using an external device? like a rocketfish bluetooth adapter?

it internal Bluetooth adapter!!!

#6 Posted by tarvis (75 posts) -

@darblade23: It should be listed in the Device Manager. Though, I'm not sure how much of a pain it would be to reinstall the factory or Windows drivers if something went wrong. I have an external USB adapter, so I can just unplug it and plug it back in.

#7 Posted by tarvis (75 posts) -

Also, again, be aware that if you're using any other Bluetooth devices they'll cease working if you install the MotionJoy drivers.

#8 Posted by darblade23 (74 posts) -

alright thanks a lot mate!