- Aug 30, 2010
^ Seem to remember you need to change a setting on Pandora before this will work. SD mass storage mode?
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Have you ever used another dpad in shape of a disc?The Dpad is one of the best if not the best Dpad I have ever used.
Yeah another one of my favorite gamepads were some old psx pad called the PSX super pad. I actually did not like the Sega Genesis pad, I found it too mushy. But I'm just talking about using it for serious Street fighter gaming, other than that I'm not too picky about controls.Have you ever used another dpad in shape of a disc?The Dpad is one of the best if not the best Dpad I have ever used.
It was already great on the old controllers from Sega and especcially on the old (out of production) Saitek pads for PC.
I do not understand, why such discs are not used everywhere.
That computer looks like it's less powerful that the Pandora it's attached toYeah I will do but wont distract me full time don't worry
Do need some help already though...
Just looking at connecting Pandora as a slave to my Win PC, so can copy over data to the SD card via USB... rather than popping out the SD card
I'm using a Mini B connection on Pandora end
From the image and Wiki page I understood this is the type
Are you kidding me?! Pandora dpad is the best! DS dpad is good but Pandora dpad just feel way more comfortableYeah, I don't think that computer has USB. Might be the problem
Regarding Sega d-pads, I found the Saturn d-pad too mushy as well. The Pandora has my second favourite d-pad (after the phat DS d-pad, which is unusual in that has very little travel, but I like it).