Gamepadblock not recognized
I have already produced this experience successfully, but now the GamePadBlock is not recognized by the Raspberry, so I connected it on my PC to check if the card was still functional.
The device does not install properly and its name has changed to "LUFA CDC".
I did not find any information that could help me ..
This prevents me from updating the firmware
Thank you for your help, if the cards are not destroyed.
Do you still observe the issue? If so, are you running on Windows 8 or 10? Does the firmware update tool work?
The problem persists ... I'm running on windows 7.
I have already been able to update the card using the firmware, but now it is not recognized as a device so the software can not update it.
Please contact me via email - I will make that you get a replacement!
@petrockblog Can you give me your email please , or where can i find it ?
@CPNVdata It is contact (at) petrockblock . com
@petrockblog I'm seeing a similar issue where my GamepadBlock works for a day or so and then it is not recognized. If I update the firmware it will start working again for a day or two and then stop and I have to repeat the process of updating the firmware, but then it will eventually stop working again.
In my case when it stops working, in device manager I see it listed as "Unknown USB Device (Invalid Configuration Descriptor)
Do you unplug and plug it? Or does it happen without unplugging and plugging the GamepadBlock?
@petrockblog it'll happen without unplugging it. I have it plugged into a raspberry Pi which I turn on and off when I want to play something.
Hello, we found that the Linux/Raspbian service ModemManager interferes with the GamepadBlock. We released a possible fix for that:
Hope that helps!