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 Wrong calibration data for Wii U Pro controller 
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The Wii U Pro controller does not provide calibration data therefore these data have been written in the code (classic.c)

/* is this a wiiu pro? */
   if (len > 223 && data[223] == 0x20) {
      cc->ljs.max.x = cc->ljs.max.y = 0xFF;
      cc->ljs.min.x = cc->ljs.min.y = 0;
      cc-> = cc-> = 0x80;

      cc->rjs = cc->ljs;

      cc->type = 2;

However the min and max values (0 and 0xFF) are not correct and far from the real values.
More convenient values should be min=55 and max=197.
Wrong calibration data lead to wrong polar coordinates values (in particular exp.classic.ljs.mag).

I don't have a Wii U Pro controller but I wrote a test and received the results from this thread: ... 944/page-2

It would be necessary to use this test on several Wii U Pro controllers to have more precise results on min, center and max calibration data:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <wiiuse/wpad.h>

static void *xfb = NULL;
static GXRModeObj *rmode = NULL;

int main(int argc, char **argv) {

   // Initialise the video system
   // This function initialises the attached controllers
   // Obtain the preferred video mode from the system
   // This will correspond to the settings in the Wii menu
   rmode = VIDEO_GetPreferredMode(NULL);

   // Allocate memory for the display in the uncached region
   xfb = MEM_K0_TO_K1(SYS_AllocateFramebuffer(rmode));
   // Initialise the console, required for printf
   // Set up the video registers with the chosen mode
   // Tell the video hardware where our display memory is
   // Make the display visible

   // Flush the video register changes to the hardware

   // Wait for Video setup to complete
   if(rmode->viTVMode&VI_NON_INTERLACE) VIDEO_WaitVSync();

   WPADData *data;
   while(1) {
   printf("\x1b[2J"); //clear the screen

   // Call WPAD_ScanPads each loop, this reads the latest controller states
   data = WPAD_Data(0);
   switch (data->exp.type)
      case WPAD_EXP_NUNCHUK:

      printf("nck pos x = %d \n",data->exp.nunchuk.js.pos.x);
      printf("nck min x = %d \n",data->exp.nunchuk.js.min.x);
      printf("nck max x = %d \n",data->exp.nunchuk.js.max.x);
      printf("nck pos y = %d \n",data->exp.nunchuk.js.pos.y);
      printf("nck min y = %d \n", data->exp.nunchuk.js.min.y);
      printf("nck max y = %d \n", data->exp.nunchuk.js.max.y);
      printf("mag left= %f \n", data->exp.nunchuk.js.mag);
      printf("ang left= %f \n", data->exp.nunchuk.js.ang);

      case WPAD_EXP_CLASSIC:
      printf("ccl pos x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.pos.x);
      printf("ccl min x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.min.x);
      printf("ccl max x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.max.x);
      printf("ccl pos y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.pos.y);
      printf("ccl min y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.min.y);
      printf("ccl max y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.ljs.max.y);
      printf("ccl mag = %f \n", data->exp.classic.ljs.mag);
      printf("ccl ang = %f \n", data->exp.classic.ljs.ang);
      printf("ccr pos x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.pos.x);
      printf("ccr min x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.min.x);
      printf("ccr max x = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.max.x);
      printf("ccr pos y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.pos.y);
      printf("ccr min y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.min.y);
      printf("ccr max y = %d \n",data->exp.classic.rjs.max.y);
      printf("ccr mag = %f \n", data->exp.classic.rjs.mag);
      printf("ccr ang = %f \n", data->exp.classic.rjs.ang);

      // WPAD_ButtonsDown tells us which buttons were pressed in this loop
      // this is a "one shot" state which will not fire again until the button has been released
      u32 pressed = WPAD_ButtonsDown(0);

      // We return to the launcher application via exit
      if ( pressed & WPAD_BUTTON_HOME ) exit(0);

      // Wait for the next frame

   return 0;

Sat Jan 14, 2017 12:32 pm
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