Full Setting Tutorial of EasySMX X10: How to Connect, Remap, and Set the Vibration?

Full Setting Tutorial of EasySMX X10: How to Connect, Remap, and Set the Vibration?

How to connect your controller to PC wirelessly?

  1. Plug the 2.4Ghz receiver to your PC.
  2. Toggle the slide switch on the back of controller to the ‘2.4Ghz’ mode.
  3. Press ‘HOME’ button (the indicator will start to flash slowly).

The connection is finished when the controller vibrates once and indicator stays on.

(If the connection failed after you finished step 1 to 3, you can try to long press the ‘home’ button for 3 secs to turn on the controller. Then press the reset button on the receiver to pair the controller.)

How to connect your controller to Switch?

  1. Toggle the slide switch on the back of controller to the to ‘NS’ mode.
  2. Turn on the Switch and go to ‘Controllers’ > "Change Grip/Order" to enter pairing mode.
  3. Press and hold the ‘HOME’ button for 3 secs to turn on the controller.
  4. The connection is finished when the controller vibrates once and indicator stays on.

How to connect your controller to iOS (iPhone & iPad) & Android (phone, pad, TV)?

  1. Toggle the slide switch on the back of controller to the ‘BT’ mode.
  2. Press and hold the ‘HOME’ button for 3 secs to turn on the controller.
  3. Open Bluetooth Settings on your device and search for ‘Xbox Wireless Controller’ to pair.

The connection is finished when the controller vibrates once and indicator stays on.

How to adjust the vibration of the controller?

Click the vibration button to adjust vibration intensity (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%).

How to remap the game controller buttons on EasySMX APP?

  1. Open the EasySMX APP and go to the configuration page.
  2. Click on "Edit Configuratuon”- "Mapping" to add a remapping module (e.g. A to B, B to A, X to Y, etc.).

And here’s the full tutorial video for your further reference:


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  • LL

    Happy customer requests about X10 controller:
    RQ1: can you add an option to make M1 and M2 two extra independent buttons (or remappable to keyboard keys) instead of Macros only buttons? They can be useful with games requiring a lot of extra buttons or keyboard keys.
    RQ2: can I remap classic Nintendo layout BAYX to ABXY (just like the actual button letters), only for NS mode? I don’t want this customization to affect also XBox mode (wired, dongle, BT) which should stay as usual ABXY. In general, separate settings for NS and X (wired, dongle, BT) modes would be very useful and appreciated.


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