XIM4-User-Manual


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http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Mouse and Keyboard (and More) Adapter for consoles V 2014 - 07 - 10 XIM4.com http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your purchase of XIM4 ! Designed by gamers, XIM4 provides the best possible mouse and keyboard (and more) experience for the Xbox One , PlayStation 4 , Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 . Through proprietary technology called S mart Translators , XIM4 is able to provide a level of mouse precision unachievable by any other gaming adapter available. Featuring full wireless configuration through smart phones, tablets, and PCs, it is simple to configure and easy to use. It’s the perfe ct companion to even the most demanding gamer. Welcome to the XIM community! XIM4.com is your destination for everything XIM. It has Instructional Videos , Gameplay Videos , Manuals , Downloads , and Support . We encourage you to check out our very large and ac tive Community Forum . CONTENTS Int roduction ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 2 The Advantage of XIM4 ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 3 Smart Translators ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 3 Hardware Setup ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3 Controller ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 3 Mouse ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 4 Headsets ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 5 Connecting Your XIM4 ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 5 Conne cting Peripherals ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 5 Powering On ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 6 Pairing your XIM4 ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 6 Running XIM4 Manager ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 7 The HUD ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 8 Adding a Config ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 9 Maximize Game Look Speed Requirement ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 9 Editing a Config ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 10 Assigning Buttons ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 11 Name, Color, and Hotkey ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 11 Settings ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 11 Activation ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 12 Mouse (Aiming) ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 13 Keyboard ( Digital Movement) ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 14 Joystick (Analog Movement) ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 15 Buttons (Actions) ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 15 Extra Settings ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ... 17 Advanced Settings ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 17 Saving ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 20 Loading A Config ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 20 Reorder And Delete Configs ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 21 G lobals ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 22 Disconnecting Your XIM4 ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 23 Gaming Styles ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 23 Desktop ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 23 Liv ing Room ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 25 Cross Console Controller ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 25 Miscellaneous ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 25 Offline Wired Configuration ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 25 http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 Adjusting Configs On - The - Fly ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 26 Entering/Exiting Mode ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 26 Adjusting Hip Sensitivity ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 27 Adjusting ADS Sensitivity ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 27 Binding Buttons ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................... 27 Wireless Nav Setup ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 28 Firmware Updates ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 28 Restoring Factory Defaults ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 29 Troubleshooting ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 29 Community Forum ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................... 29 Common Issues ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 29 THE ADVANTAGE OF X IM4  Next - generation console input adapter  Game on your Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3 using your favorite PC gaming - grade hardware  Unsurpassed in - game 1 - to - 1 feel thanks to advanced Smart Translator technology  Simple wireless configuratio n using your smartphone or PC (Bluetooth adapter required)  Supports both desktop and living room gaming styles  Real - time feedback to guide you to your optimal settings  Firmware upgradable  Active community forum SMART TRANSLATORS Through Smart Translators , XIM4 is able to provide unparalleled mouse precision unachievable by any other gaming adapter available. The problem is simple: when the mouse moves, equivalent reticle movement on the screen should occur (i.e. 1 - to - 1 movement). This is the obvious result that all PC - gamers expect. But, before the creation of Smart Translators, was not possible on consoles. Every console shooter has its own unique aiming system that governs how the game controls and feels to the gamer. Every game is different as they all ha ve different stick dead - zones and geometries, variable sensitivity and acceleration regions, asymmetric sensitivity, non - linear movement, and more. XIM4 ’s Smart Translators is the only comprehensive solution for the entire look mechanic problem. HARDWARE S XIM4 adapts your PC gaming hardware for use on your Xbox One , PlayStation 4 , Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 . For the most recent and complete list of supported mice , keyboards , joysticks , gameboards , , phones , , and computers , please refer t o the XIM4 Hardware Compatibility List ( http://xim4.com/hardware ). CONTROLLER It is required that your console’s controller be connected wired to your XIM4 at all times . The wireless controller that comes with your console will become a wired controller by simply connecting a standard USB cable (with exception of Xbox 360 which requires an official wired Xbox 360 controller ). For best results, it is recommended that you use genuine Xbox or PlayStation controllers and quality certified USB cables . http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 4 USB cable to connect your wireless console controller to XIM4 Xbox One Micro - USB (Need to purchase separately) PlayStation 4 Micro - USB (Included with console) Xbox 360 Official Xbox 360 wired controller required (Wir eless with “play - and - charge” kit unsupported) PlayStation 3 Mini - USB (Included with console) MOUSE Gaming mice can be complex devices that, if not configured correctly, can lead to suboptimal gaming quality. It is very important that you understand you r mouse DPI (dots - per - inch) , report rate , and button function settings. If your mouse has on - board memory, it may have come with a utility program to configure its settings. For example, Logitech mice are programmed using an application called Logitech Gam ing Software . Please contact your mouse manufacturer for more information. DPI Mouse DPI is a measure of tracking precision. Low - DPI mice range from 1000 DPI and below and are typically used in non - gaming desktop computing scenarios. Mid - to High - DPI mice range from 2000 to 5000+ DPI and are commonly used for gaming. Higher DPI mice are recommended for use with your XIM4 . Make sure your mouse is running at its maximum DPI. Some mice have on - board memory to save your DPI settings and some don’t, so, when you plug your mouse into XIM4 , it may not be running its maximum. Even brand new high - DPI mice may not be factory set for their highest possible value out of the box. If your mouse has adjustable DPI but no onboard memory, be sure to set its DPI to maximum (u sing its DPI - increase button) every time it’s plugged into XIM4 . REPORT RATE Your mouse report rate determines how frequently the host (in this case either XIM4 or your computer) asks your mouse for its current position and button values. Gaming mice typic ally provide the ab ility to choose the report rate. The following table lists the suggested mouse report rates to use depending on the console you are gaming on. Since XIM4 is designed for perfect timing between your mouse and the console, it’s important t o note that higher report rates don’t have any benefit over lower. However, your mouse hardware may actually perform tracking better at certain values. A good starting point would be to configure your mouse at the highest suggested report rate. Suggested mouse USB report rates Xbox One 1000 , 500, 250, 125 PlayStation 4 1000 , 500, 250, 125 Xbox 360 1000 , 500, 250, 125 PlayStation 3 1000, 500, 200 http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 5 BUTTON FUNCTIONS Programmable gaming mice allow for customization of button functions . This means that you could, say, program your mouse left button to act like the right. Some mice even allow the mouse to generate keyboard events . For best results, assign as many of your mouse buttons as “Generic” or “Default” as your tool allows . For example, here is a Logi tech mouse configured for use with XIM4: XIM4 supports the following headset configurations: Supported Headset Configurations Xbox One (Mono and Stereo) through the Xbox One controller PlayStation 4 Unsupported (A USB audio adapter connected directly to PlayStation 4 required ) Xbox 360 (Through the Xbox 360 controller) PlayStation 3 Unsupported (A USB audio adapter connected direc tly to PlayStation 3 required ) CONNECTING YOUR X IM4 CONNECTING PERIPHERALS Start with your XIM4 without any connections. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 6 As mentioned previously , your console’s controller must be connected wired to XIM4. Before connecting it, make sure it’s fully charged and off . Connect your peripherals in the following manner:  Con nect your wired console controller to port 3  Connect your keyboard/joystick to port 2  Connect your mouse to port 1 POWERING ON With your console already on and displaying on your TV, connect your XIM4 to your console using the supplied USB cable. Your XI M4 will power - up and y ou will see it display a r a i n b o w light sequence : It will then initialize your gaming peripherals. When your XIM4 is ready, it’ll display a red “breathing” light sequence (or a different color assigned to the startup Config) : For P layStation consoles, you must now press the PS button on the controller to activate it. At this point, you can now use your controller. However, your mouse and keyboard will not work if you don’t have a Config . To create a Config , use XIM4 Manager (describ ed later). PAIRING YOUR X IM4 XIM4 can be configured wirelessly on a smart phone , , or PC that has Bluetooth capability. For PC, a Bluetooth v2.1 adapter is required (it is recommended that you use the built - in Windows Bluetooth drivers for your adapt er). For those that don’t have (or don’t want to use) the wireless configuration capability, XIM4 has a wired configuration mode option ( see Offline Wired Configuration for more information ). During the pairing process, you wil l see your XIM4’s light flash blue to signify the pairing process is happening. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 7  Go to your phone, tablet, or PC’s Bluetooth settings and search for Bluetooth devices  Tell your XIM4 to enter discovery mode by pressing the P button on the back of your XIM4  “ XIM4 ” will show up on your phone, tablet, or PC’s Bluetooth list – select it and pairing. (On some versions of Windows, you will be notified that a driver was not found for XIM4. This is normal and can be ignored.) RUNNING X IM4 MANAGER XIM4 Manager is the application you use to create and manage Configs on your XIM4. A Config consists of all your mouse settin gs and button mappings for the specific game you are playing. For , search and download XIM4 Manager from your phone/tablet’s app store. For PC , downloa d XIM4 Manager from http://xim4.com/downloads . Select the XIM4 Manager icon to run: XIM4 Manager will connect to your XIM4. When your XIM4 is communicating with XIM4 Manager , it will flash white : When you laun ch XIM4 Manager for the first time, you will be directed to download late st games support : http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 8 As new games come out, you’ll be asked to do this again in the future. THE HUD The HUD (heads - up - display) displays the current status of your XIM4 . Before the HUD can be displayed, you will need to add a Config (described next ). The HUD shows :  W hat y ou have plugged into your XIM4  The current loaded Config  T )  W hat button you are pressing and the action it’s mapped to http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 9 ADDIN G A CONFIG To add a Config to your XIM4, select New from the menu: If don’t have any Configs on your XIM4, you’ll automatically be directed to the Create New Config page: Choose a game and console . Be sure to choose the correct console and game since e very game’s aiming behavior is different (even for the same game on different consoles). A Config will be created for the game you chose and then transferred to your XIM4. You can store up to 16 Configs on your XIM4. MA X IMIZE GAME LOOK SPEED REQUIREMENT Yo ur XIM4’s advanced mouse translation technology ( Smart Translators ) assumes that your game is set at its maximum look sensitivity . Some games call this Maximum , 100% , or Insane . In all cases it must be turned up all the way for your aiming performance to be optimal. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 10 EDITING A CONFIG While in the HUD, select Edit to modify your Config. The Edit Config page will load: Here you can m odify all aspects of your Config and immediately try them out in game. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 11 ASSIGNING BUTTONS You will need to assign/map butto ns throughout your Config as you e dit it. To do so:  Select the button you want to change  When it changes to “ Listening... ”, press any mouse , keyboard , or joystick button you want to use  To Remove a button, select the button again while “Listening...” is displayed NAME, COLOR, AND HOT KEY The Name of your Config is displayed in the HUD and is used to identify it when managing your Configs. Every Config has a Color a ssign ed to it that is displayed by your XIM4’ s light with a “breathing” animation. You ca n also assign your Config a Hotkey . The Config will load when the hotkey is pressed. Hotkeys are not active when XIM4 Manager is connected to your XIM4. A Config can have multiple mouse, keyboard, and button that can be switched by pressi ng a button you choose. You can have up to 6 different Settings per Config (scrol l right and left to view them): http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 12 The most common use of Settings is for changing behavior when switching between Hip aiming and ADS (aim - down - sight). Games typ ically have different aiming characteristics when you aim - down - sight so XIM4 uses a different Smart Translator designed for this mode. Another use for Settings is for the specialized control of Vehicles or . Settings are given names to enable them. By default, only two Se ttings are enabled: “Hip” and “Aim Down Sight”. It’s important to verify your Settings are activated as you expect since they directly affect how XIM4 functions. You will get two forms of feedback when Settings change. First, the nam e of the Settings is always displayed on the HUD . Second, Settings have colors associated with them (shown as the background color during edit). Your XIM4 will flash this color when activated. For example, when ADS is activated: ACTIVATION http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 13 All Settings ( except Hip) have an Activation section. For ADS, set the Activation Key to what you use to aim - down - sight . When you aim - down - sight in game, the ADS Settings on your XIM4 will become active . By default, Settings that can be activated i nherit most of their values from the “ primary ” Settings (i.e. Hip) -- except for mouse. Many shooters change (typically drop) aiming sensitivity when you ADS. So, when ADS is activated, you will likely need to increase your mouse sensitivity. In addition , games may not modify their aiming sensitivity until after an animation completes (such as zooming through the scope). So, Activation provides the ability to Delay the switch of Settings for a specified amount of time after the activation Key is pressed . That way, aiming trans ition from ADS to Hip always feels smooth. If you are unsure what value to use, keep it at 0. If the game you are playing doesn’t have an ADS mode, you can disable Aim Down Sight Settings by clearing its name or removing it’s activation key. MOUSE ( AIMING ) The Mouse section is used to configure how your mouse is mapped to the right stick of your controller for aim . Adjust your mouse Sensitivity to your preferred aiming speed. Do this for all Settings within your Config that you are using (such as “Hip” and “Aim Down Sight”). http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 14 TURN SPEED LIMIT All console shooters have different aiming turn speed limits. Smart Translators are designed to provide the gamer with a 1:1 connection between the mouse and aiming reticle on - screen up to that speed limit. To help tun e your settings, XIM4 provides an “exceeded maximum turn speed” notification in the form of a quickly blinking red light: If you see that light, it means you are moving your mouse faster than the game can turn and you may feel it. KEYBOARD ( DIGITAL MOVE MENT ) The Keyboard section is used to configure how your keyboard is mapped to the left stick of your controller for digital (8 - way) movement . Set the buttons you want to use for f orward , r everse , l eft and r ight movement . You can also set a Walk modifier t hat can be used to reduce movement to half speed while held . http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 15 JOYSTICK (ANALOG MOVEMENT ) The Joystick section is used to configure how your joystick is mapped to the left stick of your controller for analog m ovement . Adjust t he Deadzone value if your joy stick is causing movement drift. It’s typically unnecessary to modify this value. BUTTON S (ACTIONS ) The Buttons section is used to configure what keys you would like to map to controller button actions . IMPORTANT : When selecting a button mapping for aim - do wn - sight ( ADS ), make sure the binding you choose matches the Activation key you chose for your ADS Settings. SECONDARY BINDINGS http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 16 In the event that you’d like to bind a second button to an action, you can use Secondary Bindings . Access secondary bindings at the bottom of the Buttons section: COPY/PASTE BUTTONS You can Copy and Paste your Buttons between Settings, Configs, or even share them with others. You can access copy/paste at the bottom of the Buttons section: To share with others, paste the but tons to an e - mail or a forum online. Buttons are encoded in text format for easy sharing: ��� XIM4 START Paste��� X4BP:4001400261017C026104621065106040622063406A046A0269806A01690165086502 X4BS:00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000 XIM4 END Paste http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 17 To use, simply copy the text from the online source and press the paste button in XIM4 Manager . All buttons will be updated. E X TRA SETTINGS To access extra Config - wide settings, press the “ … ” button: PUSH TO TALK When Push To Talk is activated, the wired headset mic connected through the controller is enabled (otherwise, it is muted). Supports both Hold and Toggle modes. The u sage of the Push To Talk is simi lar to that of a walkie - talkie. DISABLE NOTIFICATION S XIM4 uses its light to notify the user when Settings change and when aiming turn speed has been exceeded. To disable these light notifications, uncheck and Notify Turn Speed Exceeded . XIM4 offers advanced settings for gamers that wish to further customize the system. To access these settings, select Advanced under the Mouse and Keyboard sections. MOUSE WARNING : XIM4’s Smart Translators are designed to provide the gamer with 1 - to - 1 (or “linear”) aiming experience. Changing mos t of the advanced mouse settings offered will cause aiming to diverge from 1 - to - 1. As a result, advanced mouse settings are generally not recommended for most gamers. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 18 The mouse Ballistics curve is a powerful tool used to transform your mouse aiming behav ior in a variety of ways (more on this in the following section). The YXRatio is used to increase or decrease vertical aim sensitivity relative to horizontal (by default, they are equivalent). Use Boost to increase starting aiming speeds from rest. Invert Vertical flips your vertical reticle aiming and Left Stick switches mouse control to the left controller thumbstick. XIM4 includes two Smart Translators per game -- one for Hip aiming and one for Aim Down Sight. Use Hip Translator / Use ADS Translator allows you to change what translator the system to uses . BALLISTICS XIM is known for its precision. As such, it attracts even the most hard core and advanced gamers that want more fine grain control over how their mouse behaves. For them, the Ballistics provide s that level of control. As mentioned, Smart Translators provide a 1 - to - 1 level of control. This means, for example, that if you increase your mouse speed by twice the speed, your reticle on - screen will move twice as fast. Conversely, if you decrease speed by one - half, your aim on - screen will decrease by one - half (again, linear ). However, some gamers may prefer some form of predictable non - linear behavior. This is what the XIM4’s Ballistics Editor enables: creation of Ballistic Curves . The curve editor show s the relationship between input Mouse Velocity (X - axis) and output Aim Velocity (Y - axis) . Mouse speed increases from left - to - right and aim speed from bottom - to - top. If mouse speed and aim speed are to be the matched (i.e. linear ), then, the curve will loo k like this (which is default , 1 - to - 1 behavior ): http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 19 To make aiming non - linear , adjust the curve for the behavior you are interested in. Use the right/left arrows to choose the part of the curve you want to change and the +/ - buttons to adjust the value at t hat point : If you want linear behavior for fine aiming but faster turn speeds, consider curves like this: If you just want to limit turn speeds: If you want a speed reduction for fine aiming but a speed increase for turning: To share with others, p aste your curve to an e - mail or a forum online. A curve is encoded in text format for easy sharing: ��� XIM4 START Paste��� X4MB:00060B11171F27303C4D6B94C8C8C8C8C8C8C8C8C8 XIM4 END Paste http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 20 To use, simply copy the text from the online source and pr ess the paste button in XIM4 Manager. The curve will be updated. RIGHT STICK KEYBOARD BINDING Right Stick Bindings are typically used for “turn assist” scenarios. When using slow - turning Vehicles and , assigning a key to turn eliminates the difficul ty of turning using a mouse. SAVING When you are finished editing your Config, press Save and navigate back to the HUD: LOADING A CONFIG To Load a Config, you can either use the Config’s Hotkey (if it is set), use Config Cycling (described in the Globa ls section), or load it through XIM4 Manager : http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 21 Select the Config you want to Load. The first Config in the list is the Config that will be loaded when XIM4 starts up. REORDER AND DELETE CONFIGS To Reorder or Configs, use Manage : http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 22 Use the Arrow Buttons to reorder Configs and the X Button to delete a Config. Modifications are not saved until you back out of the page and confirm your changes. GLOBALS Global settings are those that aren’t Config - specific: http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 23 Config Cycling Hotkeys are an alternati ve way to load Configs by pressing Next and Previous hotkeys to cycle through your Configs. If you do not wish to use this feature (or want to only use one of the hotkeys), simply set to None . Disable ZBreathe’ Config Light Animations is used to make XIM4 display your loaded Config lights at a single, constant brightness. DISCONNECTING YOUR X IM4 To disconnect your XIM4 from XIM4 Manager, close or back out of the application. When you are finished using your XIM4, simply disconnect the USB cable from your co nsole. GAMING STYLES No matter if you come from a traditional desktop gaming background or if you prefer gaming wirelessly from your couch in your living room, XIM4 has you covered. The following are different ways you can set up your XIM4 for gaming. DESK TOP Traditional gamers from a PC background will prefer gaming at a desk using wired mice and keyboards. The player’s mouse is used for aiming (of course) and typically “WADS” on their keyboard for movement. All devices are placed near each other. http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 24 Given the nature of gaming with a keyboard, on - screen player movement is restricted to 8 directions (forward, reverse, left, right, and diagonals). Many gamers prefer this type of digital movement. Controllers, on the other hand, aren’t restricted to 8 - way movem ent because their thumbsticks provide analog movement. Through XIM4 , you can have the best of both worlds. XIM4 supports analog player movement . T he Logitech G13 is seen by XIM4 as a J oystick because of it s integrated analog thumbstick: Another supported analog movement device is the Sony Move Navigation Controller (or “Nav”) . This compact hand - held controller can be plugged directly into your XIM4 using a standard mini - USB cable. At that point XIM4 sees it as a J oystick and all buttons on it are availabl e for use. Make sure your Nav is OFF (i.e. its red light isn’t blinking) before connecting to your XIM4 . http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 25 LIVING ROOM XIM4 supports a variety of wireless devices so you can game comfortably from your couch while still taking full advantage of XIM4 ’s preci sion mouse aiming. Various wireless keyboards are supported, but, they are typically large and would be cumbersome to use from a couch. To solve this problem, XIM4 supports the Sony Move Navigation Controller in wireless mode (see Wireless Nav Setup for mo re information) . On the couch, you’ll have your wireless gaming mouse, the Nav, and a lap surface . T he surface you place on your lap for your mouse come s down to preference ( it could be a smaller hard - backed mouse pad or a full lap desk) . CROSS CONSOLE CONTROLLER Your XIM4 gives you the ability to game using a controller from any of its supported consoles . XIM4 will treat the different console’s controller like a Joystick. You can then remap any of the buttons . Please note that you will still need to hav e your console’s native controller plugged into your XIM4 at all times. MISCELLANEOUS OFFLINE WIRED CONFIGURATION http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 26 Those that can’t use wireless Bluetooth configuration (or prefer not to) can use XIM4’s wired configuration mode . The limitation, however, is that it is an offline mode of configuration. This means that you can’t make changes to your Configs and preview them instantaneously while in - game. Y console and plug it into your PC to use this mode of configuration. To e nter wired configuration mode:  Unplug your XIM4 from your console (keep all your peripherals connected)  Plug your XIM4 into your PC  As it displays the r a i n b o w startup light sequence, press the P - button on the back of your XIM4  Your XIM4 will flash red and enter wired configuration mode  Run XIM4 Manager Use XIM4 Manager to add, edit, and remove Configs as described in the earlier sections of this manual. When you are done, shut down XIM4 Manager and reconnect your XIM4 to your console. To modify your Confi gs while in - game, please refer to Adjusting Configs On - The - Fly . ADJUSTING CONFIGS ON - THE - FLY XIM4 provides a way to change a Config without using XIM4 Manager . Although limited, it is convenient if you want to make quick “on - the - fly” adjustments to key Con fig values. When XIM4 is in this mode, you can use your controller to update your hip and aim - down - sight (ADS) sensitivity as well as your button bindings . Your mouse and keyboard/joystick will continue to stay active so that you can quickly preview chang es until your optimal settings are found. ENTERING/E X ITING MODE To enter this mode , press Menu and View for Xbox One or Options and Touch - Click for PlayStation 4 at the same time on your controller (for Xbox 360 press Start and Back and for PlayStation 3 p ress Start and Select ) : http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 27 While in “on - the - fly” Config Mode, your XIM4 will display two rapid blue pulses over and over: To exit from this mode, press the same two buttons you pressed to enter. Your changes will then be saved. ADJUSTING HIP SENSIT I VITY Use your controller’s D - Pad Up to increase hip aiming sensitivity . As it is increased, your XIM4 will display yellow brightening pulses: Likewise, use your controller’s D - Pad Down to decrease hip aiming sensitivity . As it is decreased, your XIM4 wil l display yellow fading pulses: . ADJUSTING ADS SENSIT IVITY If your C onfig has aim - down - sight (ADS) Settings , use your controller’s D - Pad Right to increase ADS aiming sensitivity . As it is increased, your XIM4 will display green brightening pulses: Simi larly, use your controller’s D - Pad Left to decrease ADS aiming sensitivity . As it is decreased, your XIM4 will display green fading pulses: BINDING BUTTONS To enter button binding mode, press your controller’s Guide button for Xbox or PS button for PlayS tation . Once you have entered button binding mode, you cannot exit back to sensitivity editing mode . You will need to exit “on - the - fly” Config Mode instead. Upon entering button binding mode, your XIM4 will display a magenta followed by a cyan pulse: http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 28 At this point, you can now bind buttons. To start, press any button on your controller . XIM4 will acknowledge your controller button selection by displaying a magenta pulse: Now, press any button on your mouse, keyboard, or joystick . That button will now be bound to the controller button you chose. XIM4 will acknowledge the binding by displaying a cyan pulse: Repeat this process until you’ve mapped all the buttons you want. If you can’t remember what a particular controller button does in the game, simply press and hold the button and XIM4 will allow it to pass through. To use your Sony Move Navigation Controller wirelessly, you don’t need any extra hardware. Your XIM4’s internal Bluetooth radio will be used. Follow these steps: 1. Make su re your XIM4 is OFF 2. Make sure your Nav is OFF and fully CHARGED 3. Plug your console controller into Port 3 on your XIM4 4. Plug your Nav wired (using a mini - USB cable) into Port 2 on your XIM4 5. Connect your XIM4 to your console that is already on 6. Wait for your X IM4 to initialize 7. Verify your Nav is working by using it’s analog stick and pressing it’s buttons 8. Unplug your Nav After these steps, your Nav will be paired with your XIM4. These steps only need to be performed once. Next time you power up your XIM4, simpl y press the PS button on your Nav and it will connect to your XIM4. FIRMWARE UPDATES Your XIM4 will be updated with new features over time and new firmware “drops” will be provided . T he XIM4 F lash T ool is used to upgrade your device. The tools is available through XIM4.com ’s Download section: http://XIM4.com Copyright 2014 XIM Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved. 29 Updating your XIM4 requires a Windows PC and it will need to be put into Programming Mode to update it. To do so, connect your XIM4 to your PC while holding down the “P - Button” on the back of the device . Your XIM4 wi ll start up and enter into Programming Mode and its light will display blue . At this point, you can Update your device. RESTORING FACTORY DE FAULTS you can choose to Restore Factory Defaults from the XIM4 flash tool. Be aware that . TROUBLESHOOTING COMMUNITY FORUM The XIM Community Forum ( http://xim4.com/community ) is an active gathering p lace of gamers just like you from all over the world. If you are having an issue with your XIM4, chances are high that there is another XIM gamer out there with the same exact hardware and environment that can assist you. COMMON ISSUES For a list of common issues an d solutions, please refer to the XIM4 Support FAQ ( http://xim4.com/support ).

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