08-04-2011 03:14 PM
I tried all the things....
Connections is losing it everytime....
Cintech why is youre answer CTRL V???
Gonna sent my rumblepad back....
it is realy is crap....and you know that.....
Never logitech again.....
08-16-2011 04:04 AM
Thanks for your Reply Cintech,
unfortunately reconnecting the device doesnt fix the problem. Well I realised some other possible sources for the described problem. I ve tried to use NiMh - Rechargable batteries - with a good result but I guess when they loose power and the voltage drops the problem seems to occure more often. The main problem is that they offer - even if they are full - just 2,4V in respect to 3V from Std. Batteries. When voltage drops the wireless module seems to work less properly, Ive not tested the effect of the voltage supply in respect to the range but your (LOGITECH) development team should be able to test this in some minutes...I know that it would be really easy to give the good advice to "use alkaline batteries only" but - I dont want to buy **bleep**ty batteries every week if the controller even works with high quality rechargable batteries (is there any english acronym for rechargable batterie?).
Mayby I should contact the customer care ... but how should they help? It seems like this is not a problem of single devices . It seems more to be a general problem...
08-17-2011 11:43 AM
Yes , Please contact Logitech Customer Care for your region there may be options available for you.
10-15-2011 01:08 AM
Ive got something you can try. When I bought my wireless headset from logitech I kept losing connection for a few seconds. Thing was that my non logitech mouse was disturbing the signal.
So what I did was just buying a logitech mouse and keyboard and everything worked perfectly.
Makes sense that the logitech guy isn't having any problems, since they probably only use logitech stuff.
Maby we will get luck and it will work. Please post if it does
11-28-2011 12:26 PM
Hey, i just bought me an Logitech Gamepad F710. I use it to play Trackmania 2: Canyon and i can't get the vibration working?
So where is the settings for the vibrations and how can i make it vibrate when i crash and drive? I read somewhere that it should be possible.
11-29-2011 07:26 AM
I found this Game>COnfigs>Game>Activate Rumble function for Trackmania 2: Canyon. The vibration mode is usually a setting in the game , if the game supports it . If this does not work for you , please check with the game forms or official web site .
12-05-2011 12:22 PM - edited 12-05-2011 01:04 PM
any news about this problem?
if the problem is the receiver maybe could be fixed by adding f710 support to unifying receiver, or make a new f710 version with unifying receiver
i say this because i have a performance mouse mx that use unifying and never had a disconnection issue, wireless work perfect!