Help:Peripherals and accessories

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To avoid interfering with all hardware and for ease of use our list of devices is an invisible whitelist of supported hardware, which at the time of writing is: Skylanders Portal Singstar Microphone (currently not working as it uses the streaming usb protocol) Guitar Hero Guitar Guitar Hero Drums Guitar Hero Live Guitar DJ Hero Turntable Harmonix Guitar Harmonix Drums Harmonix Keyboard Harmonix Button Guitar Harmonix Real Guitar lgFF_c283_c29b(which regroups some Logitech wheels used by GT5/6) Thrustmaster RGT FFB Pro Thrustmaster F430 Thrustmaster FFB Thrustmaster TRS Thrustmaster T500 RS Gear Shift

Now before you go all giddy and plug your favourite wheel to go play GT5, know that there are some limitations. -On linux: You need to add: SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", MODE="0666" To a rule file in /etc/udev/rules.d/ Note that this gives r/w access to all usb devices by default, if you want to specify a specific device you can use: SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="ABCD", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1234", MODE="0666" changing idVendor&idProduct values to the VID/PID of the device you want to allow. -On windows: You need to change the driver of the accessory you want to use to WinUsb one with zadig which is a well respected software to handle this: (Just in case the procedure to REVERT the driver is: device manager, the device will be listed under "Universal Serial Bus Devices", right click on it, Properties => Driver => Update Driver => Browse my computer for driver software => Let me pick... => USB Input Device(or whatever the previous driver was).