Can I use my custom profiles on systems without the Swiftpoint X1 Control Panel (Linux, Playstation, XBOX etc.)?

Can I use my custom profiles on systems without the Swiftpoint X1 Control Panel (Linux, Playstation, XBOX etc.)?

By default your profiles in the X1 Control Panel (or Swiftpoint Driver), are only saved to your mouses RAM. So these profiles are cleared whenever your mouse looses power.

To use your custom profiles on a system without our software, they need to be saved to flash instead of RAM. This option can be ´╗┐found in the main menu listed as "Save Mappings to Permanent Flash Memory in Mouse" as shown below.





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