BlueRetro, a multiplayer Bluetooth controllers adapter for PS1/PS2 consoles, is an open source project based on darthcloud. It uses the popular ESP32 chip. It can support original Wii, Switch, PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox One console wireless controller.
- A adapter can only be connected to one wireless controller at a time.
- The power supply of some old PS1/PS2 console controller interfaces may not be normal due to some reasons, causing the PS1/PS2 Blueretro converter to not work. In this case, you can use the micro USB port to power the PS1/PS2 Blueretro.
More Controller Pairing Guide: https://github.com/darthcloud/BlueRetro/wiki/Controller-pairing-guide
About the Firmware Upgrade Operation: https://www.retroscaler.com/archives/415
1. Press and hold the PAIR button before connecting the Blueretro adapter to the PC with a USB cable.
2. If the PC cannot recognize the adapter, please try to install the CH340 driver in the PC.
Video for Configure key-value: https://hackaday.io/project/170365-blueretro/log/180020-web-bluetooth-ble-configuration-interface
1）Suitable for PS1/PS2 console.
2） Support firmware update via USB port.
3） Almost zero latency, the PS4&PS5 controller less than 6ms of latenc using Blueretro.
4） Compatible Xbox One S/Xbox Series X|S /Wii / Wii U Pro/Switch Pro / Switch Joycon /8bitdo /Retro-Bit / original PS3/ origianl ps4/ ps5 / Gamesir T4 pro / Stadia / Ipega 9076 Wireless Controller.(Only original PS3 / PS4 wireless controllers are supported.)
More Controller Pairing Guide:
5） The key value of the buttons can be configured through the web bluetooth port of the Google Chrome.
More Details Please Visit Those Link:
1) The Link for Blueretro Upgrade Firmware Tutorial:
2) The Link for Blueretro the latest Firmware:
3)The Link forBlueretro Quick Start Guide:
Q1: Can I use two BluerRetro on the same console? One for each controller?
A1: Yes, you can.
Q2: What’s the procedureof the BlueRetro PS1 PS2?
A2: The latest Versions.
Q3: Do I need external power for the receivers?
A3: It doesn’t need external power.
But the power supply of some old PS1/PS2 console controller interfaces may not be normal due to some reasons, causing the PS1/PS2 Blueretro converter to not work. In this case, you can use the micro USB port to power the PS1/PS2 Blueretro.
Q4: Can it support 8bitdo pro 2 or 8bitdo pro controller?
A4: Yes, It can.
Q5: Does it work for 1 xbox 360 controller?
A5: No, it doesn’t.
Q6: Does the adapter pairs only with one controller of each without interference in the second connected controller?
A6: Yes, when it is successfully paired with the controller, it will not interfere with other controllers.
Q7：I would like to know if it works with the ipega 9021 brand control it is Bluetooth I had bought for Android.
A7: No, It can’t. But can support Ipega 9076.
Q8: Does vibration work? if the control has compatibility with the pressure variation (in this case as analog and progressive buttons) will it work on PS2?
A8: No vibration function.
Q9: Does it work to adapter bluetooth gamepad? for example the ones from ipega,flydigi Apex.
A9: No, It doesn’t.