I’m using an 8 Bitdo SFC30 bluetooth controller. When I start Retroarch the controller is assigned to port #0. Sometimes I get interrupted (e.g. answer the phone, go to the bathroom, drawing a map etc.). When I return to the game the controller has turned itself off to save energy.
When I turn it back on, Retroarch assigns port#1 this time (not #0 as before). This is unfavorable because I cannot control the game anymore. Everytime when I turn it off and on, the port number is increased by 1.
The only way that I have found to fix this is forcing a shutdown and start Retroarch again. Unfortunately my progress in the game is then lost. And it’s an annoying procedure.
Is it possible to configure Retroarch so, that the controller is always assigned to port #0 without the auto incrementation of the port-number?