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How do I get the wiimote and/or classic controller to work with gpsPhone (GBA emulator) on jailbroken iPod touch 4th gen running iOS 6.1.2

I got gpsPhone, a game boy advance emulator on my iPod touch 4th gen running on iOS 6.1.2 and I downloaded a rom, metroid fusion, which works perfectly but it would be better if I could connect my miimote/wii remote to it and play like that. I turn the wiimote setting on and nothing happens, I also restarted the app still nothing so idk what to do

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ok, so first you go to cydia and go to manager and go to packages, the click on the button in the corner that says "simple" then scroll down to the B category, if you see BTstack then go to your settings, go all the way down, and enable BTstack, if its already set to BTstack, that's good, but if its set to iOS set it to BTstack, but if you dont have it, go back to manager and go to settings, and click on developer, then search up BTstack, install it, if you are having trouble go to multitasking dock and close the app and restart your iPod, then try again and it should work(i had this problem) after you are finished go into your gpsPhone, go to settings or options, use skin 1 and enable wiimote support, exit the app and close it using the multitask dock, then go back into it and it will ask to sync the wiimote, but if you want to use a classic controller you have to plug it in before syncing the controller or it wont work and you will have to restart the app, dont unplug it either, unless you want to restart the app aswell.

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