Does this work similar to a bluetooth device with regards to how it is handled?
I have a streaming application called REMOTR which streams games from my gaming PC to my IOS device (iphone 6s) it supports the use of bluetooth controllers etc which i assume would work as a bluetooth Xinput device of somekind
Has anyone tested this? It would be as simple as installing remotr on both your PC and your IOS device, launching a game such as GTA V or any game and testing it.
OR alternatively if anyone knows how this is handled, im quite sure if it is handled as Xinput it would work. I just don't want to spend that kind of money and it not work!
2 Answers from the Community
REMOTR works great with the Gamevice. It is one of our favorite streaming services!
- Answered by Janet G
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Hi James, the Gamevice controller is MFI standard and will work the same as other MFI controllers that are Bluetooth.
- Answered by Fraser T from Simi Valley
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Class 1 or 2 Bluetooth device, i.e. does it work through walls ?
- Asked by Andrew K
- Aug 7, 2018
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Has anyone tried this adapter (or the similar VGA adapter) with an Android phone or tablet with USB-C connector?
- Asked by Michael G from Anaheim
- Apr 5, 2018
- Flag as inappropriate (Has anyone tried this adapter (or the similar VGA adapter) with an Android phone or tablet with USB-C connector?)
- Asked about: USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter