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    I saw this article from Engadget: N900 gains PS3 Sixaxis control over SNES gaming.

    Since WebOS got great emulator like VisualBoyAdvance, NesEm, and of course some stunning 3D games. Maybe it's too early asking for joystick support. But I think its cool to have someone compile PS3 Sixaxis bluetooth kernel to WebOS for further gaming support.
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    i would love to see the pre utilize the ps3 remote. it would be a lot easier to play certain games. Definitely would pay for something like this. Dontationware, whatever idc. Also, after getting this to work, then other emulators can be ported over and make the pre the most envied phone to date.

    Come on linux/webos programmers please try to outdo the maemo crowd. I dont want them gaining momentum.
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    the pre's bluetooth is locked down to audio only so i doubt it can be done
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    is that a limitation of the current sdk? if so once they open up the api's will it still be a problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmc2010 View Post
    is that a limitation of the current sdk? if so once they open up the api's will it still be a problem?
    no its a limit on the pre's bluetooth profiles
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    that would be amazing if it were possible
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    I wouldn't mind using the controller through usb. Possible?
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    I don't get it. You want to use the PS3 controller to play games on the Pre? Doesn't that seem a little silly? Although I appreciate the concept of "can it be done."
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