|Item model number||W009|
|Operating System||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 98|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2 x 0.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4 x 2 x 0.7 inches|
Mayflash Wireless Wii U Pro Controller to PC USB Adapter
|Price:||$17.98 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Wirelessly connects your Wii u pro controllers to your pc by usb
- Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR (enhanced data rate) for superior wireless performance
- Supports turbo or auto fire function
- Supports the built-in vibration feedback with no delays
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1 - First off, it comes with the adapter itself and a mini-CD with the drivers on it or you can download them from Mayflash's website. Installation takes only a few moments and then you are ready to sync.
2 - Hit the sync button on your Wii U Pro Controller of choice and hit the sync button on the adapter and the Player 1 light on the controller will stay light.
3 - Every single button works flawlessly including the home button (see below) and the power button (if held down for 2 secs, it will turn the controller off!) and to wake the controller back up, hit any button and its ready to go again :)
4 - The adapter has a switch on it which allows you to make the PC see it as two different types of controllers: Xinput and Direct
A - The xinput setting tricks the computer making it see the controller as a 360 controller so it seems like most games will immediately switch the controller layout to a 360 flawlessly. Every single button works including the Home button like for an example: On a GFWL game it will bring up the Xbox Live Menu or if you are on Steam, it will switch it over to Big Screen Mode. But be warned, the layout on the controller matches the button letters on a 360 controller. So the A button on the Wii U is the A button on the 360 controller, which if you know anything about each controller, they are in different spots. It happens to work out just fine bc X/A on a 360 controller is near the right joystick and on the Wii U Pro X/A even though in different positions, happens to be right next the joystick as well so it works just fine.Read more ›
I'll admit that this was also causing me some amount of grievances, but I googled it and apparently there was a firmware update in February of this year and you can now switch back and forth between standard letter-to-letter mapping and A<->B, X<->Y mapping.
So, in case it helps anyone:
- Go to their site, find the firmware upgrade from 2/10/15, download, unzip, run.
- You may need to unplug your adapter and/or hold the sync button or something to get the button to light up.
- After installing the firmware update, you can hold Start and B for 3 seconds to switch to standard physical mapping (A<->B; X<->Y)
- If you want to go back, hold Start and A for 3 seconds.
I don't think there's any sort of indication or anything, but it worked for me.
It took me a little bit of searching to get this working exactly how I wanted it to... but it was also cheap and seems to now be working exactly how I want it to. The fact that they released a firmware update that fixes what seems to be a lot of people's top grievance with it (after a precursory Google search) is neat too.
As such, I can't really say anything against the product... I'll let you know if it fails me.
You can toggle between D/Xinput on the adapter though I've mostly only used the Xinput. The computer will recognize the controller as an Xbox 360 controller which is great, but also brings me to the one drawback I found. Even though it is recognized as an XBOX 360 controller, the ABXY mapping is Nintendo's version, not the standard XBox 360 placement. This throws me off enough in some games that I am using the Dualshock 3 controller + adapter instead (which maps the same as an XBOX 360 controller.)
If Mayflash releases a driver that will allow the user to change the ABXY mapping, this would definitely be my wireless controller of choice for PC gaming.
Bought this adapter because the Bluetooth work around wasn't working for me. It arrived quick, was super easy to install (Windows 8.1), and works well as either a 360 emulator or regular controller (Really like this feature).
Just a note: with 360 emulation, the XYAB buttons are mapped to the XYAB button on Pro Controller (meaning they are in a different place than a 360 controller). Be sure you are OK with buttons not being in the same place. Could always use the Dpin setting customize the buttons how you like.
I only have 1 issue I came across. When I stuck it into a USB 2.0 port it would stay on for about 10 seconds after I synced it and then shut off. After fiddling with it for a couple minutes, I plugged it into USB 3.0 and it worked without problem. Might just be my configuration but in case anyone else has this problem.
Overall great buy if you want a Pro controller to work on your PC if you don't want to use the technical way or it just doesn't work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
wonderful and fast service, product function as advertise and will order from again.Published 23 days ago by Keon Davon Pratt
Works perfectly. I've been playing using my Wii U pro controller since I bought this. And it's just PERFECT. It saved me a lot of moneyPublished 26 days ago by mohammed
Easy to set up and works really nicely, though I wish the red light wouldn't blink while it is plugged in but there's no pro controller turned on. Read morePublished 27 days ago by B
Out of every controller I have, the WiiU Pro controller is one of my favorites. For a while I've been using the free software WiiUinsoft to connect the pro controller to my PC and... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Dan B
My adapter's calibration of left stick is off. It detects as being pushed sideways even though it's centered, and I know it's not the controller because I tested with multiple... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Alice Sheng
This works pretty well. After a few months ive seemed to been having a hard time of connecting multiple controllers (wii u pro) to it.Published 1 month ago by Cory Jones
Product works well but it is literally one controller per connector.
Also if you have cats they tend to chew through the cord.