What game controller do you use with your Android?

Dustbury

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I just recently bought the Moga Pro Power (bluetooth) and it's a nice controller. I like the feel of the buttons and joysticks and the support seems promising. I've tried it with ePSXe, however, and I find that there's a little bit of an input lag. Doesn't seem as much when using an SNES emulator, but the PSone emulator is more noticeable. I have a Galaxy S7 so I'm pretty sure there's nothing wrong with the hardware.

Has anyone tried wired controllers with their Android phone? I was curious if that eliminates the input lag or if there are any additional complications that I should be aware of when attempting a wired controller with Android.
 

Marc Lagace

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I use the SteelSeries Stratus XL, and it's the best bluetooth controller I've found. Solid build that feels really comfortable in my hands. Also works for Windows, so I can use it to play Rocket League, which is a huge plus for me!

It's on the pricier side, but it's a really solid controller and backed up by SteelSeries' customer support.

https://www.amazon.com/SteelSeries-...ag=hawk-future-20&ascsubtag=UUacUvbUpU5650701
 

Billy Bob Jimmy Joe

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I have a Moga Pro Power. I find it quite disappointing. The noticable delay ruins the experience. I used it with an SNES emulator to play Mega Man X and keep falling off the cliff because the jump won't register in time. For Street Fighter, I can only pull off one hadouken after an hour trying. It has been sitting in my drawer undisturbed for about three years.
 

afazel

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How about for emulators on an unrooted Amazon Fire TV? I can connect my DS4, but it's not recognized within the emulators.
 

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