i think windows 10 version has nothing to do with this problem.
here are list of checklists for my setup :
- make sure you have a bluetooth 4.0 or higher dongle or on board dongle (laptop), DO NOT USE a cheap 4.0 CSR bluetooth dongle - it does not work !
i have two of those, and all did not work for connecting to shibari
TP-Link Bluetooth 4.0 Dongle USB Nano UB400 Adapter PC
Remove all third party bluetooth driver such as BLUESOLEIL, just use plug and play driver from Windows 10
make sure your dongle is working and shown in device manager
follow the instruction guide for installing
pre setup :
post setup :
just turn on your PS3 controller, connect to usb cable first, wait until recognized by shibari and then disconnect the cable from ds3 controller, wait until connected by bluetooth (you can do this many times until it says connected by bluetooth, this process is one time, unless you paired your ds3 controller to another machine and want to go back to your first machine) - and wait a moment until the led stop blinking and only 1 led is turn on
even when you shutdown or restart the computer/laptop, it is still recognized. no need to pairing again, just press the ps button on the controller, wait for a moment, until the led stop blinking (sometime you must press again in case all the leds are stop blinking/not paired)
note : if you are using shibari as a service, make sure shibari is started, or restart the service, or maybe you can make shibari automatic start (delayed) in services.
ok , thats what i do in my setup
I hope can help anyone .