Use a hobby knife or similar tool to remove about 1/2” (12mm) of the outer insulation of the cord.
Toodles, post: 7165202, member: 2354 wrote:
Does it happen if the lock switch is set to Locked?
Toodles, post: 7165471, member: 2354 wrote:
Good enough for me. Please send me a PM with the paypal address, postal code, and a reminder of which harness it is (TES or VS) please and I'll get it out asap.
DivineDark, post: 7179549, member: 65969 wrote:
I'm not even getting there. Windows won't install the device, so when I run the flash utility the dos screen pops up for a split second, then disappears.
RenzokuFC, post: 7184486, member: 19708 wrote:
Argh, seems like the problem is very random, I wasn't able to reproduce it after my last message with and without the lock switch on position... I know I'm being very vague here, but do you have a very very early idea of what could be happening?
xpulse, post: 7185082, member: 12678 wrote:
Yep, harness was it. Saw the difference immediately between the two different crimps. That did the trick. Thanks! Beer on me at Evo . Speaking of which, how do I disable the LEDs from lighting up when I press buttons/directions (I'm sorry, I'm sure this is covered before)? I just don't want the refs looking at me all funny when I pull combos and my control panel lights up all pretty. Any in-person Evo specials btw?
chowa, post: 7198594, member: 65124 wrote:
Hi Toodles, I was originally going to dual mod my VS so purchased a TE Kitty and VS harness. I am now considering modding my SFXT Pro stick instead, so my question is: can I use the VS harness for this or do I need to buy the TE-S harness? Thanks!
damion, post: 7199914, member: 441 wrote:
Hi Toodles. I recieved my replacement cable today. I installed it and everything is working like it should now:D Thank you very much.
piskooooo, post: 7228570, member: 16867 wrote:
Will there ever be a Kitty for the Pro sticks, or is it not possible? I want to dual mod my Evo stick
gahrling, post: 7228617, member: 8713 wrote:
The Kitty already works on the Pro stick.
But the problem is the way the stick has been designed, which makes the Kitty a pain to install.
piskooooo, post: 7228638, member: 16867 wrote:
Is it PCB related or just because there's like zero room inside?
gahrling, post: 7228664, member: 8713 wrote:
The stick shell is the problem, not the PCB.
It can be done but you'll need a lot of modding experience to achieve this. I'd suggest looking for alternatives instead.
DreamTR, post: 7229132, member: 263 wrote:
Is there any noted lag with the Kitty in a VLX for 360? Reason I ask: I got the Kitty from EVO, installed it, tried out by Qanba in PS3 mode, seems like it has virtually no lag when playing but the VLX in a PS3 does but is fine in the 360...Maybe I am smoking crack but I swear the Qanba feels more fluid when pressing buttons and moving...
Sideshow20, post: 7231037, member: 1963 wrote:
Sooooo i finally got my Kitty hooked up to my VS and i have a question. How do you disable the turbo buttons and guide button from lighting up everytime i move or press a button? lol
Toodles, post: 7231087, member: 2354 wrote:
The VLX stick uses a crappier cable than you'll find on TE sticks, and the speed had to be reduced to prevent connection problems. If you want to try a speedier firmware, I can put one together for you, but connection reliability could suffer for it.
Toodles, post: 7231087, member: 2354 wrote:
The Guide showing the direction I could disable in the firmware, but the LEDs are hard wired to do that. There are a few diodes on the bottom that can be easily popped off with a pair of pliers that would disable that behavior. If you want, I can point out the ones to remove.
Sideshow20, post: 7231255, member: 1963 wrote:
Yes please do lol. because that kinda creeped me out lmao
Toodles, post: 7231376, member: 2354 wrote:
On the bottom of the Kitty board, locate the diodes marked D1-D8. Those are the 'Turbo LED on press' diodes. Pop those off the board and that'll stop it. There one right next to them labelled D9; it's best if you leave that one alone. That one makes Turbo also activate Select/Back, which is pretty important if you ever use the RJ-45 jack on the stick, but if you dont want that function, you can pop that off too.
Jayducky, post: 7231938, member: 8265 wrote:
I'm using a RJ45 USB cable for my Kitty VLX. Does that mean I have less lag than using the original VLX USB cable? Or, would I still have to upgrade the Kitty firmware to see a difference with PS3 usage?
Air0087, post: 7235462, member: 18395 wrote:
I'm having the same problem as damion, RT button not working at all no matter what I do. Here's a picture of the part that connects on the Kitty.
Toodles, post: 7239937, member: 2354 wrote:
What happens when you do the 'slider on RS, slider on unlock, hold Turbo when plugging in' to force Xbox mode on PC?
Toodles, post: 7237399, member: 2354 wrote:
Well, if RT doesnt register in either mode and everything else is peachy, and you dont see any obviously weird/broken wires in the ribbon, then I suspect there is something else going on. It might have to do with the wires going from the distribution board to the buttons, or even the button itself. The good news is that it should be easy to track down. The first thing I'd suggest is to grab one of the 6 pin ribbon cables that connected the button distro board to the main TE board, remove the TES/VS harness that is going to CN1 on the distro board and main TE board, and use the original 6 pin ribbon to connect the CN1 on the distro board to the CN1 spot on the main TE board. Plug it into a PC in forced 360 mode (slider to RS, slider to Unlocked, and hold down Turbo when plugging in) and check the properties and the LED turbo LED to see if RT is now responding. Let me know how it goes and we'll go from there. Please make sure it's in 360 mode and NOT Kitty mode when checking the controller properties.
jdm714, post: 7244928, member: 6512 wrote:
After you Force Xbox 360, remember to go back DP?
Air0087, post: 7244099, member: 18395 wrote:
Just did that and it shows the button being pressed in Windows, but the LED doesn't light up. Tested it in SSF4AE for PC and everything works fine there as well.