Posts Tagged ‘Dualshock 4’

Titan One Firmware Update 2.17

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firmware update

The firmware update (version 2.17) fix the PS4 Auth issue when the Dualshock 4 controller is connected into the Titan One while after the Playstation 4 started to request the device authentication. In this situation the DS4 controller does not receive the first authentication packets and, therefore, it is not able to correctly reply the subsequent authentication packets, causing the Titan One to stops working on PS4 after 10 minutes. This behavior is now fixed.

Combo Magick Plugin Update 1.85 – Touchpad!

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Version 1.85 adds PS4 Touchpad capturing.


The Combo Magick plugin automates the creation of combo sequences by reading the controller inputs and converting this data into GPC code. The code optimization is focused in minimize the code size, but ensuring that all events are reproduced faithfully. The algorithm automatically identifies the beginning and end of the sequence of commands executed in the controller. You can include (or exclude) the data from accelerometers.

Now also think of the potential here – let’s say you have a modded controller from a company that says their Jitter mod is one of a kind and impossible to copy and no one else has it. With Combo Magick you can record it and convert to an editable GPC script in seconds!

Gtuner Pro version 3.10 released!

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Fulfilling our commitment of always keep bringing new features for Titan One device and its software components, we are happy to announce the release of a new version of Gtuner Pro (3.10). We wish to thank our ConsoleTuner community for all the suggestions and feedback we received, that are now incorporated in Gtuner Pro and the Titan One device.

Along with the new Gtuner Pro we also released a new version of Titan One firmware (2.05) and a new version of the MaxAim DI plugin (4.02).

Below is listed the major features implemented on Gtuner Pro 3.10. For the complete changelog, please visit the download page on

Device Monitor


1) XBox One controller left and right trigger rumble status: Displays the current speed of the left and right rumble engines of the XBox One controller triggers.

2) Slot Name: Shows the name assigned to the currently selected memory slot. Very handy feature to check what Script or GamePack is stored into a specific memory slot.

Gtuner Pro Options


3) New Gtuner’s option to automatically open the GamePack configuration window after drag-and-drop a GamePack into a memory slot.

Titan One Options


4) Dualshock 4 – Light Bar Brightness: Adjusts the brightness of the Dualshock 4 light bar. Nobody deserves that super bright light reflecting on the TV screen, right?

Programmer Panel


5) Synchronize Local Memory Slots: The “Sync Slots” operation replaces all data of the Gtuner’s memory slots with the bytecodes (Scripts/GamePacks) from the Titan One device. No more worries in lose all scripts, GamePacks and configurations when programing multiple Titan One devices! You asked, you got it! ;)

Titan One User Discovers Hidden Android Functionality

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Titan One User Discovers Hidden Android FunctionalityOver the weekend a member (Hey24sheep) of our support forum dropped a bombshell on us. He alerted us to the fact that he is using his Titan One on his un-rooted (unhacked) Android device and it actually functioned quite well. We were shocked and amazed at this revelation as we did not intend for the device to be used on smartphones and tablets, but rather on video game console’s and PC’s.

We asked this member (Hey24sheep) to create a short video, showing this in action, and he has delivered. In this video you will see the Titan One being used wirelessly with a Playstation 4 DualShock 4 controller to play a first person shooter on his Android Smartphone. You will also see footage of him using a keyboard and mouse on the same game. Also featured is a rapid fire mod from one of our existing GamePacks and a wired Playstation 3 DualShock 3 controller being used for the same game.

In other words the Titan One allows you to use your favorite controller on your stock Android device to play your favorite games! And to top it off, most of the current GamePacks work as well. Not to mention, gamers can use their keyboard and mouse for the first time on their Android to play any of the popular first person shooters.

While this is just a “proof of concept” and is not officially supported yet. We are very excited to learn about this and how users have found unique ways to use our little device. Official support will be worked on and testing is under way to make sure this is safe for all devices. We will also be working to make this work on iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad. More information will be released shortly once testing has been completed.