Mi Max 2 mobile. Same problem, same steps as you did, still nothing happens in IF with the Extreme3D Pro! I installed a diagnostics app called USBHost HDI Read and my joystick movement CAME ALIVE AND WELL in the diagnostic monitor with the slightest touch, it’s so sensitive! So that probably rules out the “your OTG don’t have enough power output” argument. Hoping someone in IF Dev could solve this problem… my joystick is just 3 days old and already picking up dust :(
Or, has anyone tried those dual cable “Y OTG” that help powers whatever joystick you er, stick, into android? Any successful trials please please share with us here!
Just to let you know, I plugged in my friend’s Logitech Attack 3, a cheaper older model… and it worked flawlessly in IF! So what on earth could be the problem? I bought the Extreme3D Pro instead because of that joystick how-to support pic that Laura made (and because it has twist rudder action).
Any solution or infos would be greatly appreciated, cheers mate!
Edit: Thank you so much for advice given by SimpleWaffles! But I would like to add, please with cheese on top no more sugestions to use live flight connect, I’m not being nasty I’m just begging you lol, we all know that it works, but we’re talking about android portable solution here and the problems that comes up with it. The reason I’m saying this ahead of time in case anybody else would like to chip in is because in other postings that’s the loop de loop advice often given for our very same problem (and links to that joystick support page, again!). Also, I don’t want to carry a PC in my bag pack :D
Too bad with the Extreme3D Pro, those things aren’t exactly cheap for some of us, hope a solution will come soon. Peace y’all and happy flying!