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  • Linux 6.1 To Try Enabling HID++ For All Logitech Bluetooth Devices

    Phoronix: Linux 6.1 To Try Enabling HID++ For All Logitech Bluetooth Devices

    A change queued in HID-next ahead of the Linux 6.1 cycle aims to enable HID++ protocol usage for all Logitech Bluetooth devices...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-...ogitech-HID-BT

  • #2
    Is there a way to force enable HID++ today on Logitech devices to see if it makes a difference? The kernel module is already loaded for me, but claims it is used by zero devices. Also when I connect this mouse over bluetooth (instead of their unifying reciever) it stops working. That is odd, it worked in the past. Sigh...

    EDIT: Figured out the mouse not working at all issue. I was still on a custom kernel that I built to debug a different thing. Didn't have the required module compiled in. Oops.

    Still, my original question stands about force enabling HID++
    Last edited by Vorpal; 14 September 2022, 12:34 PM.

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    • #3
      Well this is probably a good thing since I use a K800 keyboard and a G604 mouse, both USB HID Bluetooth devices.

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      • #4
        The strange problem I have with G915 TKL keyboard is that it keep awakening Linux system from sleep. MX Keys I had before G915 had no such problem.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by blacknova View Post
          The strange problem I have with G915 TKL keyboard is that it keep awakening Linux system from sleep. MX Keys I had before G915 had no such problem.
          My K800 has a off/on switch. Maybe yours does too, just get into habit of turning it off when you suspend your PC?

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