Initial inclusion of xone, a driver for Xbox Wireless recievers. Fixes T10185
- With the dongle unplugged, run sudo xone-get-firmware.sh. After accepting the EULA, Microsoft's proprietary firmware will be downloaded.
- Plug in the dongle.
- Pair an Xbox controller as you normally would. See the "Connect your controller" section of this page.
- Launch an application that uses the controller (I use the controller configuration window in Yuzu) and verify that all inputs work as expected.
- Launch a game or application that uses controller force feedback (I use Yuzu for this as well) and ensure that force feedback works as expected.
Note that you need an xbox wireless dongle to use this. I have the slim one shown on this page: https://www.xbox.com/en-US/accessories/adapters/wireless-adapter-windows. There is also an older, slightly chunkier one. I have not tested this software with the older model.
Note also that you'll need a peripheral device capable of using Microsoft's Game Input Protocol. I use an Xbox One controller (model 1708), but there are a variety of other devices (controllers, headsets, etc.) that use GIP wirelessly. For the full list of supported devices, see https://github.com/medusalix/xone#readme.