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    Fake Wiimote too sensitive?

    I got ripped off..... i think i bought a fake wiimote.It too sensitive compares to the one that originally come with. Is there anything that i can lower the sensitivity of my fake wiimote?. going to system setting and changing the sensitivity doesnt help cause the setting applies to both wiimotes.

    PS the wiimote works fine, but just too sensitive compares to my other one.

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    Is there any other indication that it might be a "fake" Wiimote?

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    The manual is in Japanese, and made in "China"

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    Uhh, not sure about the "fake" wiimote.
    Faulty? maybe...
    Fake wiimote that works like the real one except with higher sensitivity? probably not...

    Go sync it to a friend's wii and see what happens there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ_jai View Post
    The manual is in Japanese, and made in "China"
    My US wiimotes are made in China, of course, the manual is in English. You just might have a Japanese wiimote...

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    But it does have a higher sensitivity than the original Nintendo one.
    I tried holding them together and moving them at a same time, there is a big difference. And also the fake wiimote has a lower audio volume

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ_jai View Post
    The manual is in Japanese, and made in "China"
    Quote Originally Posted by KQ_jai View Post
    But it does have a higher sensitivity than the original Nintendo one.
    I tried holding them together and moving them at a same time, there is a big difference. And also the fake wiimote has a lower audio volume
    Do what I mentioned earlier: Sync it to a friend's wii and see. It just might be faulty and might need to be returned.

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    i went to the store already, they said the wiimote works so cant do exchange or refund

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    those things have a warrenty for a reason....

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    It is probably just faulty, dude use your warrantryzors

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