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Logitech g502 mouse feet replaced, now LOD problem. Any help?!

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Hello guys,

I replaced my mousefeet on the Logitech G502 ,with mousefeet from Takastaon ebay.
I guess they are 1mm thick.

So i replaced them putt of the old feet and set this et on the right place.
Now i have mouse LOD distance problem.
It not register all my tracking of my mice "Logitech g502'.

There is not such a option as do manually changing the LOD of the Logitech g502 right? only that surface LOD tool from Logitech.

So aany of you knows a smart trick to help me?

I was thinking of maybe grab a Hard surface then calabrate it with software then get higher LOD. then go back to cloth with higher LOD setting.
But Hard surface tend to lower the LOD with the auto calabrate setting.

Do you know any surface that makes LOD extremely high , then i calabrate it and go back to my QCK+ heavy.

Thanks allready if someone can help me !
post #2 of 3
Why did you buy 1mm feet?
Why didn't you just buy the hotline games feet 0.6mm which work on everything?

the default Logitech feet are 0.6mm. Hotline games feet are 0.6mm (or there are 0.28mm versions too, which you put on top of the original feet, but that can cause the same LOD issue again!).

Did you buy the Tiger Gaming feet?
Those are the only 1mm feet I know of.
They work best on dark cloth or some hard pads (it works on the puretrak talent, Glorious Gaming mouse pads, and Razer Exactmat both surfaces). I know this because I'm using one of my three G502's right now, with the tiger gaming feet. Frankly I hate those feet. The ONLY reason I have thicker feet is to help deal with the "tilt to the right" issue with the G502 so the right side doesn't scratch and catch on the surface so easily after a tiny tilt.

The G900 is so much better balanced !
(so is the G300, besides the loose/rattling sensor issues).

But as I said in a previous post, sensor resolution drops off once you pass 0.7mm of mouse feet and the sensor is only supported in operation up to 0.9mm.
Going past 0.9mm can cause spinning cursor issues or the sensor resolution to drop off far too much. This has nothing to do with calibrating LOD and everything to do with you being outside of supported sensor configuration.
Edited by Falkentyne - 6/23/16 at 7:19pm
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post #3 of 3
Feel ya, I have the same problem, logitech needs to add lod settings. The temporal fix is to use another mouse pad, thanks I have plenty and found with bearable lod. Still hard to spray in cs go with low sens =(
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