Tsim Yung Dc
Bug fix: Problem: When moving to Windows 10 release 1803 some users found that vJoy driver stopped functioning. This was manifested in cases where vJoy devices were configured with zero buttons. Fix: This version of vJoy include configuration apps that do not cause such a problem. Recovery: Before installing this version of vJoy make sure the previous configuration (if causes problems) is. T6simv1.07.rar - Google Drive.
- Finalmente he conseguido que la emisora funcione con el simulador (Aerofly) usando el programa ppjoy y el T6sim. Instalar el ppjoy es una odisea pq viene con los driver sin firmar y hay que hacer varios cambios en la configuracion del windows e iniciarlo en test mode.
- T6sim 1.05 sees the RC Controller OK. And here I must be missing some important step, what to do next. Please help to figure out how to feed this Virtual Joystick to Simulator programs (AFPD, Phoenix RC etc.).
- grovestreet at 2012-07-24 04:45 wrote: It works great with the Dynam 6 ch USB simulator. Windows 7 plug and play. Upgraded to 4.0 with no problem at all.
- Stendoras at 2012-08-09 08:18 wrote: It works and updates perfectly to the latest version 4 (till now)! Remember to follow piratebayfan22's instructions for the usb controller
- Flux3000 at 2012-10-12 06:40 wrote: Holy shit, I have been trying a lot of heli sims, but this is by far the best I have come across! Loads fast, easy setup, awesome graphics and all the functions you would want from a heli sim. I've updated to version 4.0j and it works perfect with my 5 dollar ESky USB Transmitter. Thanks for sharing, phoenix is the way to go!
- btsharpie at 2012-10-22 02:07 wrote: When I click the run button nothing happens? It does realize the xbox controller is connected but nothing happens when I try to run the emulator. Advise?
- ekrekeler at 2012-11-24 22:45 wrote: I got everything installed and updated correctly. My Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 sort of works with the emulator (the y-axis on the right analog stick doesn't pick up), but I would like to use the realflight sim controller that came with realflight basic. It has 6 Chanels. When I setup a new joystick in windows (just search it in the start menu), it recognizes it, but the Phoenix Sim starter doesn't recognize it. Is there any way I can get the Launcher to recognize it?
- ekrekeler at 2012-11-25 01:06 wrote: Okay, I figured out how to get the Launcher to recognize the Realflight Controller and run the program, but when I go to set up the transmitter, it isn't picking up the X-axis of the left analog stick aka the rudder. It shows that it picks up that channel when I select System > Your Controls, but I can't get it to set that channel as the rudder when I'm making a profile. Help please?
- dee0007 at 2012-12-15 17:59 wrote: I have hooked up my usb controller, everything works fine except the controls are very abrupt , ie rudder when activated turns very quickly, basically its not smooth, is it possible to trim it down? or is there a cheap usb transmitter that someone can recommend and where do i buy it?? Thanks
- headonzz at 2013-02-10 23:40 wrote: do any of the Chinese 9-1 usb adaptors work with this Phoenix with a 6ch tx or do you still need the doogle lead thing ?
- alipasas at 2013-03-19 15:29 wrote: Hello, i installed phoenix succesfully and did the calibration for my SKYARTEC 8ch true flight transmitter which i bought from helipal. Now its updating to v4.0.m but it says USB interface not found. i also tried run the launcher as administrator but when i hit run phoenix nothing happens. Any help?
- diego.vieira at 2013-05-05 07:20 wrote:
- prognosis at 2014-02-18 01:07 wrote: Just so everyone knows, when you update this to V5.0a, SIMEMU does not work... SO no more Xbox 360 controller... Bummer! Unless someone can update the launcher....
- Furiou5 at 2014-03-01 13:08 wrote: I got it working for Phoenix v5. I noticed that the main .exe was no longer PhoenixRC.exe, that is now a small launcher, the actual program is Simulator.exe. Went into phnxdll.dll(the DLL for SimEMU) and searched PhoenixRC.exe, replaced with Simulator.exe and violla works great.
- emilcrazy at 2014-03-14 23:52 wrote: to get the xbox360 emulator to work in the v5 just remove the PhoenixRC.exe or move it to Another folder then rename the simulator.exe to PhoenixRC.exe DONE! enjoy
- 37flyfly at 2014-03-28 06:17 wrote: Hey Furiou5, how do you edit the phoenixdll.dll? I tried just opening it in notepad and replacing phoenixRC.exe with Simulator.exe and then saving it, but when I try to launch Phoenix via the EMU, I get an error message. Do you need to edit the file with a dll decompiler? Can you upload your edited dll?
- g60force at 2014-04-08 16:40 wrote:
- TheOriginalCoda at 2014-04-17 12:07 wrote: @37flyfly You can't open binary files in notepad. You need a hex editor at least.
- shanti78 at 2014-04-29 06:07 wrote: @Furious5 first and foremost you rock for noticing the difference in .exe file names I totally missed that. For others instead of editing the DLL file you can simply rename the 'Simulator.exe' file to 'PhoenixRC.exe' and it'll work perfectly for Version 5. Note: there is a 'PhoenixRC.exe' which is basically a shortcut to 'Simulator.exe' file that you should rename first to something else.
- whypaymore at 2014-07-29 16:35 wrote: Awedome simulator, I love it! It works perfectly on my Windows XP running as a VM on Oracle Virtualbox on macMini, but have no luck with Windows 7. On Windows XP, I could even upgrade it unto the latest version 5.0.r. Just need to rename the Simulator.exe file as PhoenixRC.exe. Because, the crack program (launcher.exe) looks for the PhoenixRC.exe file to launch your Joystick.
- whypaymore at 2014-07-29 16:43 wrote: One more thing, for those who are running windows on a Oracle virtual box VM, the Phoenix will not run until you 'reduce' the Video memory - Settings-> Display->Video memory to 8MB (Win XP) and 128MB for Windows 7.
- whypaymore at 2014-07-29 16:46 wrote: One more thing - For those who are using Windows on Oracle Virtualbox VM, you have to 'reduce' the video memory in order for the Phoenix to launch. Go to - Settings-> Display -> Video Memory - 8MB (WinXP) and 128 MB (Windows 7)
- jjajalife at 2014-08-02 03:39 wrote: excellent !!.. Thank you very much. I can update from version 3 to version 5.0.p with no problem at all. It worked great with a cheap chinese transmitter and USB adapter. Also with a JR transmitter and the same USB adapter.
- Planedriver at 2014-08-09 21:26 wrote: Link to emulator. Works with ver.4 https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=A97C533EED2977EC&id=A97C533EED2977EC%21121
- girirocks at 2014-09-04 16:59 wrote: This really worked for me with FS CT6B TX, which comes with USB cable( meant only for TX config and not for Sim) However after referring rcpower and mycoolheli's work I could possible use my TX to run this sim. I need not buy any USB based Simulator. However u need ppjoy, t6sim and lot of patience to make it work. Even after configuring with virtual joystick u need to set up new transmitter since they are missing from the phoenix's list. Also my throttle stick was inverted hence I had to calibrate using the phoenix. Thank to uploader.
- kalozka1977 at 2014-11-23 20:14 wrote:
- kalozka1977 at 2014-11-23 21:14 wrote: OK! I see :)