first of all, thank you - gimx is great, even though I have some problems with it right now. :)
Solution in the 4th post.
I have created a DIY adapter based on the guide from GIMX wiki https://gimx.fr/wiki/index.php?title=DIY_USB_adapter
Windows 10 / Windows 7 (tried on both)
Logitech Wingman Forumla Force GP
- Pro Micro 5V/16 mHz
- USB UART CP 2102
- checked USB UART by connecting RXD - TXD and sending data with Arduino IDE with success
- checked cable used to connect to Pro Micro with USB UART RXD - TXD connection with success
- checked soldering and wiring on Pro Micro by connecting it to USB UART and using Arduino IDE to loop some text via Serial and Serial1 and read data Serial Monitor on corresponding ports with success
- uploaded some example sketches (blink) with success
- I've put Pro Micro into bootloader and loaded firmware with success.
- I've run the gimx-launcher and everything worked great. Wheel was detected and game (Gran Turismo Sport) responded to my wheel inputs. It even worked with my Hama USB hub.
That was yesterday. Here's where the problem starts.
This is the log file I'm getting now when connected to PS4: https://pastebin.com/eN2fhAp1
After some forum searching I figured that there has to be some bad connection somewhere.
- I've checked USB UART to Pro Micro connections, I've changed USB cables and got rid of USB hub in my setup but all to no avail.
- I've tried connecting Pro Micro USB to my laptop and managed to produce this log: https://pastebin.com/GHQGgRRi which would indicate that indeed the adapter is working properly and there are no connection errors.
- I've tried reflashing firmware, but I get the same results as mentioned above. Adapter refuses to get signal from PS4.
Should adapter (the USB from Pro Micro) be detectable in my laptops Device Manager after uploading firmware?
Any help appreciated.