(10-26-2016, 09:08 AM)Mabel Wrote: I did install the WinUSB drivers through Zadig, as per the instructions on the wiki.
Here's the step-by-step for Windows, all in one place, if that's helpful:
1. Download the Windows PR 4385 build here: https://dl.dolphin-emu.org/prs/pr-4385-dolphin-latest-x64.7z
2. Extract the archive and launch Dolphin.exe once, then close it out. (This adds a new line your dolphin.ini)
3. Download Zadig: http://zadig.akeo.ie/
4. Open Zadiq, and in the Options select List All Devices. You should now see a list of USB devices in the dropdown menu.
5. Select your Bluetooth adapter (For the broadcom, it's the BCM20702A0 entry) and click Replace Driver.
6. Write down the hexadecimal codes you see under USB ID. (For my broadcom, it's 0A5C and 21E8. http://i.imgur.com/JqV4BrU.png)
7. Convert your codes one at a time to decimal values: http://www.binaryhexconverter.com/hex-to-decimal-converter
- For example, the first number 0A5C gives us 2652, which is my PID. The second, 21E8 gives us 8680 which is my VID.
8. Open your dolphin config folder (usually located at C:\Users\<User>\Documents\Dolphin Emulator\Config) and open dolphin.ini.
- Near the bottom of the file, you'll find entries for VID, PID and DisableDescriptorCheck.
9. Set the VID to your decimal VID (mine was VID = 2652) and the PID to our decimal PID (mine was PID = 8680).
10. Set DisableDescriptorCheck = True.
After this, when you launch the PR 4385 build, you should be able to sync your Wiimote (a game has to be launched before you can sync).
I did the same except Point 10 with my Kinivo BTD 400 (is also a Broadcom BCM 20702A0 Chip). Games mostly start but I cannot Sync any WiiMote. are there any new experiences with the Kinivo BTD 400 so far?