I just started using the drive hub with a Fanatec GT2 on GT Sport. Everything works great until the wheel suddenly loses connection to the drive hub. The wheel is still on, but the green light next to the wheel port on drive hub turns off, and my pedals, wheel, and controller stop working. Then I can reset everything and it works. Sometimes I can only do a couple laps, and sometimes it will work fine for hours.
I hope this is a problem with one of the usb cables, but has anyone heard of this problem before? Drive hub is updated to latest version.
Bought the official ps4 USB cable and it's worked perfectly since. Thanks.
Aaand now it disconnected again in the middle of a top split fia race. Perfect timing. Any other ideas on what could be causing this? Kind of disappointing.
Go into game settings, Input, where it says wheel controller, ie Logitech wheel press triangle button and be option too calibrate
What kit do you have now ? you mentioned you had TM pedals coming, which ones... And are you still trying to use the DFGT ?
Try the beta firmware?is anyone experiencing a ps4 system freeze after a race? I just received my drivehub. Im getting a 10sec system freeze after a race. Then I have to unplug the drivehub from ps4 and plug back in. I tried other games without drivehub connect and no freeze.
I do have latest firmware on everything and using provided wires.
Button 10 is likely the pedals presence detect.... 11 is for shifter....My drivehub picks up as a g27 on my PC , plugging the co-pilot into my pc with my pedals comes up as DrivehubG2x Shifter paddle adapter, on game controllers test it has the the xyz axis that are responding too pedal inputs, but not knowing why button 10 is constantly lit, is that normal?
Play mode was the early stages of what is now Cronus Zen... it caused us a lot of support issues with DriveHub and it also became apparent that the CPU was underpowered for the task...It was taken out of DriveHub and put into a more powerful CPU...The Zen does wireless audio crossover and a bunch of other cool stuff as a result...