The lingering issue with Android 11 has hit gamers. System ignores controllers

The lingering issue with Android 11 has hit gamers. System ignores controllers

At the moment, quite a few smartphones have already been updated to the Android 11 operating system. And although the platform has a stable status, it still has some problems.

For example, fans of mobile games are faced with the fact that gamepads must be supported by Android 11, but in fact, the system completely ignores their action. Complaints about this emerged in August 2020, when Android 11 was still pending, and have continued ever since. The topic resource XDA Developers drew attention to the problem.

The problem with controllers has been seen in several generations of Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and several other smartphones, including several OnePlus models. Thus, the crash concerns Android 11, not the shell of any manufacturer.

The problem covers a wide variety of controllers with Bluetooth connectivity – branded Google Stadia, Razer Kishi, Sony DualShock 4, Xbox One, and so on.

Controllers fail not only on games that run directly on a smartphone, but also on cloud gaming services such as Stadia, GeForce Now, and Xbox Game Pass.

The lingering issue with Android 11 has hit gamers. System ignores controllers

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