PUBG Mobile is an excellent game, but it still has no native support for Bluetooth or USB gamepads . It did not, because with the application Octopus (Octopus), it is possible to configure on-screen buttons in any game very easily.
This tutorial works with any Ípega control (it should work with GameSir as well) and USB controls, even those pedestrian genres that work via OTG cable.
What the Octopus does is map the screen so that its control makes “touches” screen. Unlike other methods, the highlight of Octopus is to have presets that already leave everything set up. There is already a setting for PUBG Mobile.
How to set up a control on PUBG Mobile on Android
Step 1. The first step is to download the Octopus. A lot of people call him Octopus, and if you look for him he eats that name, he’ll never find it. To find it, type Octopus in the Play Store or download it through the link.
Step 2. The second step is to open the application. Soon after opening, it already recognizes which games it has a pre-established configuration. For Octopus, touch the PUBG Mobile icon.
Step 3. When the game starts, it will already display the buttons on the screen. They will appear as symbols that match the buttons on your Bluetooth or USB control.
Step 4. It may open in the “Keyboard” configuration. In this case, you will have to touch the two little eyes in the corner of the screen, and select the mode in “Template”, as shown below.
Step 5. If the control appears unconfigured, you can set it at any time by touching the eyes and then tapping each setting separately. Tap one of them and then press the control button you want.
Step 6. When finished configuring, touch “Remove” to minimize the app.
Okay, your control is set up and you can enjoy PUBG Mobile on your Android smartphone with Bluetooh or USB gamepad. Remember that for the scheme to work, the game must be started from the application. For it will create a “layer” on the screen so that the game recognizes the “touches” that the control will do.
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