This video walks you through the setup of the Sixaxis Controller app for Android. It allows you to use a PS3 wireless controller to play games.
You do need to be rooted for this to work (watch my rooting video for instructions on that).
I show you how to use this app with game that support native gamepads such as Dead Trigger and Shadowgun. You can use this app to control games without native gamepad support such as NOVA 3, but that’s more complicated and I didn’t include here.
Hope this is helpful, and thanks for watching!
I bought another 13.3″ MacBook Pro over the weekend, and since we now have 2 in our house, I decided that I really needed a way to distinguish between the two. I’ve always been a fan of carbon fiber, and I knew SGP was a good brand to use for Apple accessories. I found this SGP carbon skin for my MBP for $21.99 from sgpstore.com and it was on its way.
This video shows the installation process. I gotta say that I really love this skin; it gives a nice feel to my Mac, and it looks excellent. I wasn’t crazy about the way they cut the corners to fit the contour, so I improvised: I used some of the extra material from the outside envelope to cut some pieces to cover the corners. I think it turned out very well!
Here’s a shot of the corner pieces after installation:
I also found a great use for the carbon Apple cutout – it fits nicely on my Mac Mini!
Cinch is a very useful Mac OS X Utility from IrradiatedSoftware
It allows you to “snap” a window to the top or side of your workspace and automatically resize it in the process.
Check out the video below for a better explanation: