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post #6731 of 7008
Just unbraided the cable of my G303 .. now I love it even more! smile.gif
Took me like 10min max. It is easier once you start on one point
post #6732 of 7008
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thanks a lot for sharing guys. all i did was extract the v24 firmware and put it into the v26 installer. running it downgraded the firmware successfully. didn't even need LGS.

apparently this firmware version has minor issues with lighting?
when i (re)boot / plug in the mouse, the LEDs first starts some default pattern (breathing + color rotation) before switching to my set preference. and the color is off from what i set, too.

Cool, I did something similar and also load the v24 firmware and can still use the Logitech Gaming Software. Kept my settings anyway, and doesn't ask me to update or force an update either. Gonna test it now >: )
post #6733 of 7008
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Crap. that explains a lot. Like why I can't whip my mouse and be accurate on the end result. Guess I need a new mouse and am clueless on what to get.

Just rip a tiny piece of a sponge off and shove it between the sensor lens (the flat piece) and the edge of the housing. that should fix things up for you.
Give that a try before you throw in the towel. it worked well for me.
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post #6734 of 7008
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Just rip a tiny piece of a sponge off and shove it between the sensor lens (the flat piece) and the edge of the housing. that should fix things up for you.
Give that a try before you throw in the towel. it worked well for me.

Can you use hot glue or something also, like on the sides or whatever? I'm thinking of doing the Ceesa cable mod, so when and if I do open it up I'd like the fix the rattle issue, because there appears to be some very minuscule amounts of shaking of the sensor.
post #6735 of 7008
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Can you use hot glue or something also, like on the sides or whatever? I'm thinking of doing the Ceesa cable mod, so when and if I do open it up I'd like the fix the rattle issue, because there appears to be some very minuscule amounts of shaking of the sensor.

You can put something between the plastic part that contains the lens and the bottom shell of the mouse. You could use a thin piece of paper or something. I used a bit of scotch tape. After you open up the mouse and look at everything in there, it will be very obvious what you can do to fix it, so don't worry.
post #6736 of 7008
I received new MX2 hyperglides. My old wore down to 0.1mm in 7 months on cloth. With new feet CPI went from 435 to 415. Gotta change all sensitivities again, sigh.

Left one is new MX-2 hyperglide 0.5mm, right one is worn down MX-2. Took 6-7 month to get it that thin.

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post #6737 of 7008
Has anyone been able to create frankenmouse WMO as shell with g303's internals + omron's? I'm curious and will probably try soon.
post #6738 of 7008
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Has anyone been able to create frankenmouse WMO as shell with g303's internals + omron's? I'm curious and will probably try soon.

Not that i have seen. Someone did the 303 inside the G100s shell recently.
post #6739 of 7008
Is there a way have all the lights off without having LGS running in the background? Or, even better, without having it installed? Are lighting settings saved to the on-board memory? I was messing around in the software a few days ago when something freaked out and all of my settings were reset. Ever since then, the lighting stays on the stock breathing profile until I open the software AND navigate to the lighting tab. I've tried reinstalling windows drivers and LGS multiple times.
post #6740 of 7008
yep, saved on the mouse.
can install, turn off LEDs, uninstall.
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