[Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by JaseSerre » Tue Jan 24, 2017 3:09 pm

Hi...i am a new user here. In my case resistors look to be wired backwards.The 3.3 needs to be in place of the 2.2Also the resistors need to be 1/4 watt. Anything bigger than 1/4 wont allow for data communication.I also have noticed running the GPIO pins reduced if not eliminate the left/right force feed back grab.The USB ports is known to be the bottleneck of the PI, taking the main out put through the GPIO pins are a work around to that.

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Shinu » Sun Apr 16, 2017 1:11 pm

Anyone got RPI 3 working with the new gimx?
I updated gimx (and I don't know if it is because of gtsport) FFB gets stuck to one effect while using 4,9 kernel and 6,5 gimx. I tried Downgrading the kernel to 4.1 and I lose ffb altogether (but input works).

After some tinkering with usb drivers I tested gimx (again) using usb extention from my rpi hub to pc and it worked fine. so I think it is a software issue.


I'm using CSW v2 in G27 mode. I used to have It kind of working with driveclub but the problem is that I don't remember the kernel version I had.

It is as if gimx crashes as soon as it starts sending ffb data (menu etc is fine).

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by bigdeli » Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:35 pm

can we use this tut with arduino leonardo ?

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Xyed_Haz110 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 2:23 pm

Hi
I just bought a gimx adapter from the website and it doesnt have a push button. I dont know how to set it up to my ps4. I have looked up tutorials online and even the gimx wiki page. The tutorials include a push button. I am going to use a logitech g27. Can anyone help me with my situation. I AM NOT GOOD WITH ANY TECHNICAL TERMS SO PLEASE CAN YOU MAKE IT AS EASY AS POSSIBLE.
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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Matlo » Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:02 pm

Hi,
You actually don't need to change the firmware. The default one works for any Logitech wheel with a PS4.
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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Xyed_Haz110 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 11:50 pm

Thanks for the reply but i just do not know how to set it up. Can you please tell me what to actually do in order to set it up
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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Matlo » Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:24 am

Do you plan to use a Raspberry Pi or a PC?
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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Xyed_Haz110 » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:11 am

Yes im going to use a PC

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Matlo » Wed Aug 09, 2017 7:30 pm

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Re: [Tutorial] Logitech G27 (and other wheels) on PS4 using Pi

Post by Xyed_Haz110 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:48 pm

Right, i managed to make the buttons on the gear on the g27 work. When i go on to the game though, it says that the controller disconnected.

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