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Scimitar Pro Save To device Memory?


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I just purchased Scimitar Pro and am using the new iCue Software , and I can see save to device memory for my K70 LUX, but there is no save to device memory for the Scimitar Pro.

 

It doesn't have that feature ?

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The Scimitar Pro functions a little differently where you save a whole profile to the device. However, to save the profile, it must be a Hardware Profile to be compatible. So say when you are on the Scimitar Pro and create a new profile, there should be an option to select Hardware Profile from Software Profile. When you're on that profile, there will be a new button on the left side saying "Save Profile to Device". There should also be a few profiles that are uploaded from the mouse named "Scimitar Pro HW1" or something that you can use to save to the device.
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When you create a profile there should be an option to select either hardware or software profile. You can not change this after the profile is made.

 

Here's where I'm at:

 

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What I want to do is have all the lights be blue whenever CUE isn't running, i.e., when my computer is rebooting, so next I...

 

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...and then save to device and reboot my computer. The result is the same lighting scheme the mouse came with. Am I trying to do something that's not possible?

 

Also, you say this can't be changed after the profile is made... not even if I clear the onboard storage?

 

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When you save to the device memory, it is a profile that will play when CUE is off. So close CUE, and use the profile switch button on the mouse to find the one you created. There are 3 memory slots on the Scimitar Pro for profiles.
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When you save to the device memory, it is a profile that will play when CUE is off. So close CUE, and use the profile switch button on the mouse to find the one you created. There are 3 memory slots on the Scimitar Pro for profiles.

 

Profile switch you say, I didn't know there was a profile switch :p: Got it working the way I want- thanks to everyone who helped

 

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