Hi, I'm still trying to run a Wireless Nunchuk. One problem is that the address areas where the calibration data normaly stored is for write-only on the wireless nunchuks.
But the weird thing about this wireless nunchuk from snakebyte [http://www.amazon.de/Wii-Nunchuk-Controller-schnurlos-wei%C3%9F/dp/B0013F4W9Q/ref=pd_bxgy_vg_img_a] is that I get no response at all until I played MetroidPrime3 or Zelda with it. I am not kidding !!! After playing one of this Games I get all Data only without the Calibration, so I can't really use the data because I don't know how to Calibrate the Accs and the Joystick.
== Tilt Sensor ==
Does the guitar have a separate tilt sensor, or do they use the Wii Remote accelerometer? [[User:Inio|inio]] 13:57, 2 March 2008 (PST)
:It does not have an accelerometer. The guitar is very similar in operation to the classic controller with a couple major differences: (1) obviously it's in a guitar-like housing, (2) it does not have any calibration data (at least it would appear not to) which is necessary to accurately use with whammy bar and joystick, and (3) it has two bytes changed for its unique device identifier. -- [[User:Para|Para]] 07:17, 13 March 2008 (PDT)