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7 minutes ago, Appie said:

I use this app with 1 of my MOCs with this hub and noticed similar issues trying to calibrate a medium lineair motor (# 88008, not the basic PUp M-motor, but the 6x4 studs on top which afaik can be used as a servo, unlike the basic M-motor). Until now I thought it was in the motor not working with the software, but perhaps it's something with the hub, since you have the same issue with a L-motor. I could test it later with Technic hub like you, but what I did notice with the M-motor is that it can do angles perfectly when I set the motor as "steppermotor" instead of as a "servo motor" in the brickcontroller 2 app settings. Once I set it as a servo it would turn further to the right than the left for example (similar to your video). Maybe it's a little bug in imurvai's great software or there's another issue which he simply can't fix due to Lego's stuff? So far I settled on using the "steppermotor" setting.

Thanks for info. I should check this option - maybe this hub needs specific settings for the motors while the new one doesn't.

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On 9/9/2021 at 10:47 PM, AVCampos said:

If it doesn't have a hardware selector to switch between iOS and Android, I don't know what button combinations to use. Its product page has a downloadable manual, maybe it shows there how to switch?

At what point I should try different modes  (combination of differenrt buttons on ipega 9156) as I can see the ipega 9156 in my bluetooth devices. BC2 can see my Buwizz and the sliders in BC2 respond to motor movements.

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To test your controller's modes, you should use BC2's "Controller" screen, not "Device".

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On 9/11/2021 at 12:11 PM, AVCampos said:

To test your controller's modes, you should use BC2's "Controller" screen, not "Device".

I have tried in Controller menu all sorts of combinations but nothing worked. I tried my friend's xbox controller and it did work with BC2.

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The SPIKE hub, when running the MINDSTORMS firmware, can already be controlled from a gamepad.

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20 hours ago, Newest_Tech320 said:

Hi, will your app every support the spike prime?

Hi,

I don't have any spike prime device so I can't promise I'll add support for it.

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