Playing emulator games on Samsung Galaxy S3 with DualShock 3 Wireless Controller

It is cool to play emulator games like SNES, N64 on Android phone. But using virtual buttons on touch screen is no way better than using a real controller. Therefore, I got myself a PS3 DualShock 3 Wireless Controller. Check out below video to find out DualShock 3 Wireless Controller in action…

Interested? Refer to this guide – How to use DualShock 3 Wireless Controller on Samsung Galaxy S3? And get your DualShock 3 Wireless Controller here.

You can also try gamepad like GameSir G4s that supports both Android and Windows. It can be connected through Bluetooth 4.0, 2.4GHz wireless and wired. Read GameSir G4s Review to know more.

  • zai

    Hi Jayce,

    I’m already update my S3 XXBLG1 Firmware via Kies. After update my s3 become un-root. After that i re-root again.

    Now, 1 try to connect via kies again. Then this message appear. “your device does not support upgrading via kies.”

    After i reseach this message via internet what i know is wrong csc for my galaxy s3.

    What can i do know to become available again to update via kies.

  • zai

    what code can i choose. look 13 code to choose. GLB,MM1,SIN,SMA,STH,THL,XEV,XME,XSE XSP,XTC,XTE,XXV

    MY STOCK ROM IS XXALF6 before update to XXBLG1

    • Hi zai, you need to set CSC that match to this XXBLG1 firmware. For example, XME for Malaysia.

  • zai

    Thank you for your help

  • Moogle Stiltzkin

    uh…. that link only goes to a shopping window for a regular ps3 wireless controller.

    you don’t exactly explain how to get the controller to work with the s3 :/ mind explaining ?

    • Will come out a guide for that. 😉

  • Moogle Stiltzkin
  • Moogle Stiltzkin

    forgot to mention that blue tooth needs to be enabled since that is what the ps3 controller uses.

  • Moogle Stiltzkin

    the pair tool i linked is an app that can be used from android. however it is a paid app. so for people who don’t want to pay for that, they can use the sixaxis controller’s pair tool but requires a pc to use it to setup the pairing.

    however the sixaxis controller app is paid, but at least you now need only pay for 1 app instead of 2.

  • Johnny

    Where do you then get the Mario games and SN64 games once you have the emulator apps?