Usage & Testing
The first thing you are going to want to do with the Contour is charge it up. Use the supplied USB charging cable, plug it in to the Contour and then into any USB charger or even the USB port on your PC. The indication LEDs on the front of the Contour will let you know how charged it is.
One you have the Contour charged up you can go ahead and install your device in the clip (if you are using an iPod or iPhone. I found it easiest to flip the controller over and pull down the clip with two fingers to release it. Then just place your device in the clip. The clip itself is adjustable, so if you have a larger phone it will still fit. My iPhone 6s fits in no problem.
Pairing the Contour with your iOS device is very easy. Press the power button on the Contour, once it is on hold down the Bluetooth button till the LEDs on the front start blinking quickly. It is now in pairing mode. On your iOS device go into your Bluetooth settings. You should see “Tt eSPORTS Contour” listed. Click it and wait 10-15 seconds and it will be paired. There is no pin code or anything like that required.
When you first pair the Contour with your iOS device it will bring up a list of recommended games. You can choose from these, but the Contour should work with any iOS game out there that supports a controller. I played quite a few different games with the Contour and it worked flawlessly.
One thing that I really noticed with the Contour is that it does not seem like a miniature controller like many of the other mobile controllers out there. It feels like a real controller for a console, not a small little controller. This makes using it very comfortable, especially if you’ve used a console controller in the past.