Xinsh Mo USB adapter

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    Hij first of all! Awesome work on the retropie. I startend off with pimame but seeing emulation station I thought I give retropie a shot! I was able to make the two button escape working and made mame4all pi the primary mame:).

    Right now I’m thinking of making my own arcade and thinking of using the Xin Mo USB controller for 2 players (the ipac is so expensive) But I’ve been reading that a lot of people have problems of it not working correctly. I was wondering if the issue has been fixed and the kernel is updated? Or does it need programming for it to work properly?

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    Topic title is supposed to be Xin Mo Arcade adapter usb

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    I have it working, but I had to solve some problems and spend some time:

    Once done it works fine.

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    thnx! That seems like a looooot of work šŸ™ I’m not really a technical person and seems a lot of people have a problem patching the kernel. Wish it would work out of the box :p

    I don’t plan on using more then 2×6 button layout with start select for each player šŸ˜®

    so thats good for mame4all though if I were to try get more buttons to work it doesn’t say how to modify/compile the source.

    Could you maybe post your


    files? then I could copy paste them without fidling the wrong way with them šŸ˜®

    I’m willing to buy and try it out.

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