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Thread: TBS Tango Simulator Mode not working for me on Windows 10

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    TBS Tango Simulator Mode not working for me on Windows 10

    Hi all, I've tried using beta version 1.12 and 1.13 but I can't get windows to show any input from my TBS Tango. When I put it in to simulator mode (scan + power) then plug the USB in, I hear the window audio notification that a device has connected. It then appears in the Windows 10 'Game Controllers' app as 'TBS Remote'. When I click on properties I can see the bars that should move as I move the sticks however the on screen bars don't move at all. When I click on the 'Calibrate' button the target is just stuck in the top left corner and no amount of changing switches or moving the sticks makes it move. When I check on 'Show raw data' both X & Y Axis are both on 125 and never change.

    I've also tried on FPV Event but this fails to detect any movement from the sticks also. I am guessing it won't work in any simulator until I correctly configured in Windows 10.

    Any advice would be great, I've literally plugged in & out about 50 times and tried the two latest beta versions to no avail!

    Thanks,
    Jimmy

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    does the screen turn off when you plug in the USB?

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    Yeah it does and I get the two extra beeps when i power-up too.

    Thanks

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    Still not managed to get this working. Do i need the switches to be in any specific configuration?

    I thought last night maybe it was my USB cable however I've tried two others with no luck.

    I'm running: Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1607. It's a gaming PC so it has good specs.

    If you have any suggestions please let me know!

    Thanks

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    figured it out! You need the JR module in the back for the simulator mode to work!

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    also try holding the power and scan down and right after it beeps, plug ur usb in, thats how i get mine to recognize under "game controllers"

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