MissionControl 0.11.0

L’arrivée du firmware 18.0.0 a eu quelques effets collatéraux, notamment sur l’excellent sysmodule MissionControl. ndeadly s’est immédiatement attelé à corriger cela, et après un rapide beta-test sur son discord, propose officiellement cette nouvelle version. Il en a profité pour ajouter la compatibilité avec la manette SCUF vantage 2, corriger un problème d’inversion de gâchettes de la manette 8BitDo SN30 Pro Xbox Cloud Gaming Edition controller, et patcher le binaire pour activer Joycon-Droid sans accès root sur les firmwares 12.0.0+.


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This is the twenty-third official release of Mission Control.

This release adds support for firmware 18.0.0, a new controller, and binary patches allowing Android devices running Joycon-Droid to operate on firmware 12.0.0+ without the need for root access. See below for full changelog.

New users landing on this release page should first check out the readme on the main project page for the official project documentation. There you can find installation and usage instructions along with an FAQ section that will answer most of your questions.

PS: there is some ongoing testing of preliminary Bluetooth LE and USB support happening in my discord server (see #testing-ble and #testing-usb channels). If you own any of the controllers listed here or any BLE or USB controllers that are not on the list, we’d like to hear from you! (though I don’t need any additional input on Xbox and Stadia controllers for now). Please note that these are alpha builds for the purpose of gathering controller information and furthering my understanding of how BLE/USB works on the console. They are NOT intended for general use. There will be bugs and issues. There are no ETAs. I will not be providing any support – if you can’t follow the usage instructions, then this is not for you.


  • Added full support for firmware 18.0.0.
  • Added support for SCUF Vantage 2 controller.
  • Added binary patches to enable Joycon-Droid to operate without root access on firmware 12.0.0+.
  • Fixed an issue where analog trigger values were swapped for 8BitDo SN30 Pro Xbox Cloud Gaming Edition controller.


Liste des manettes supportées :

  • Nintendo Wii Remote + extensions (Nunchuck, Classic Controller, Classic Controller Pro, SNES Mini, TaTaCon (Taiko drum), MotionPlus)
  • Nintendo Wii Balance Board (experimental)
  • Nintendo WiiU Pro
  • Sony Dualshock3 (Playstation 3)
  • Sony DualShock4 (Playstation 4)
  • Sony Dualsense (Playstation 5)
  • Sony Dualsense Edge
  • Microsoft Xbox One S/X (à ne pas confondre avec les manettes Series S/X  – qui utilisent le bluetooth LE, qui n’est pas encore supporté)*
  • Microsoft Xbox Elite Wireless Series 2
  • NVidia Shield (2017 Model)
  • Ouya
  • Gamestick
  • Gembox
  • iCade
  • Ipega (7197, 9017s, 9023, 9055, 9062S, 9076, 9078, 9087, 9096 confirmed working. Others may also work)
  • g910 Wireless Bluetooth
  • Xiaomi Mi
  • Steelseries Free
  • Steelseries Nimbus
  • Steelseries Stratus Duo
  • Steelseries Stratus XL
  • GameSir G3s
  • GameSir G4s
  • GameSir T1s
  • GameSir T2a
  • Hori Onyx
  • 8BitDo SN30 Pro Xbox Cloud Gaming Edition
  • 8BitDo Ultimate 2.4G Wireless
  • 8BitDo ZERO (la plupart des autres manettes 8BitDo ont un mode « Switch » disponible. Peut nécessiter une mise à jour du firmware)
  • PowerA Moga Hero
  • PowerA Moga Pro
  • PowerA Moga Pro 2
  • Mad-Catz C.T.R.L.R
  • Mad-Catz L.Y.N.X 3
  • Razer Raiju Tournament
  • Razer Raiju Ultimate
  • Razer Serval
  • Mocute 050
  • Mocute 053
  • Gen Game S3
  • AtGames Legends Pinball Controller + Arcade Control Panel
  • Hyperkin Scout
  • Betop 2585N2
  • Atari Wireless Modern
  • SCUF Vantage 2

*Toutes les manettes sans fil Xbox One ne supportent pas forcément le bluetooth. Les plus anciennes utilisent un protocole 2.4GHz propriétaire et ne peuvent pas être utilisées sur Switch. Consulter ce site pour avoir des informations sur l’identification de la variante bluetooth.



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