Razer Junglecat - Leap into battle!

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by Rox598, Oct 29, 2019.

  1. NK.33

    NK.33 Active Member

    Seriously FFS....if i knew this was comimg I wouldn't have wasted money on the Junglecat.....this looks much better because a) its universal and b) you dont need to use the crap case Razer provide with the Junglecat....I have a feeling as well, that as its actually plugged in to the phone you can also power the phone through it so not to lose charge.....this was a design fault of the Junglecat IMO

    Also i wonder if you can still use the USB audio while gaming.....another design fault of the Junglecat
     
  2. Yorkifyme

    Yorkifyme Active Member

    It seems you aren’t alone in the situation. Fortunately there’s probably lots of people who would take your jungle cat off your hands if you decide to switch over to the Kishi. I hope you are still enjoying your jungle cat, at least.
     
  3. NK.33

    NK.33 Active Member

    yes the Junglecat works very well....there doesnt seem to be any lag with it either (not that i notice) and i like how small and compact it is.

    To me there would not be much reason to buy this new one (Kishi) ATM ...however i do like the fact they have moved the right analogue down as thats where i like it (usually play with Xbox One controller).

    I dont think the Kishi looks very "Razery" either....just looks like a generic universal controller you can find all over Amazon...I think the buttons need to be more Razer-esque
     
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  4. Yorkifyme

    Yorkifyme Active Member

    I prefer aligned joysticks than offset because I am mainly a PS gamer, but unfortunately the jungle cat doesn't work with ios. I agree the look of the Kishi isn't as flashy as some other Razer designs, but I'm fine with that as long as it feels good and is responsive. I'll make my judgement when I can finally touch the thing.
     
  5. PSA. DO NOT use junglecat gamepad app with octopus plugin! Not even with it simply installed!

    Octopus plugin gets YOU BANNED like a redheaded step child. I just got banned from cod mobile for launching it from gamepad app. ONLY ONCE. FOR ONE MATCH.

    Nvidia shield overlay/controller mapper DOES NOT GET YOU BANNED.
     
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2020 at 10:38 PM
  6. NK.33

    NK.33 Active Member

    hey buddy - i have been using the Octopus plugin and it works so well for every game except COD. it gets me banned for an hour or so.....but i thought they ban use of all overlays? or maybe their servers are not gearded to detect the Nvidia one?

    Have you got a link to the APK file?
     
  7. I do have the shield k1 (rooted) but I think the mapping thing is built in. I can look around inside it for you, though.

    Also,
    Has ANYONE successfully connected this junglecat controller to windows PC and used it to play games? (Not through Xbox app, just regularly)
    None of my games "sees" it.
    It connects to Bluetooth but that's it. I also tried using x360ce, but no profiles available for it.
    Chat support was NO help. They said connect it to phone then phone to PC using cable with PC Bluetooth on.
    Uh, that didn't work! And honestly didn't make sense.
    Support couldn't even tell me if this is a directinput or xinput device.


    Any clear help is appreciated!!! Especially since this is advertised as working on mobile AND PC.
    (WIN 10)
    Games tried were: Control, Metro Exodus and Batman Arkham City.
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2020 at 1:41 PM
  8. NK.33

    NK.33 Active Member

    Hi Mate, the only windows device i have that recognises it via bluetooth as a controller is my Razer Blade Stealth - having said that none of the games pick it up. Moonlight game streaming does not pick it up and also i cant map all the buttons either - even if i use the SDL2 gamepad tool

    When i connect it via cable nothing happens - i think this is for charging only.

    If anyone else has got this to work on windows please help and detail how....many thanks
     
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