Logitech G-Hub is a great application for controlling all your Logitech peripherals. If you’re a bit of a Logi fan like me, you’ll have a few different peripherals that you can play with using this capable app. But whether you have a Logitech gaming headset, one of its excellent low-profile keyboards, or even a fancy PowerPlay mouse mat and mouse combo, here’s how to control your favorite Logitech peripherals. How to use logitech g hub.
How to set up logitech g-hub
The first step in using the Logitech G-Hub is to set it up. Here’s how to install it.
step 1: Download the Logitech G-Hub application from the official Logitech website. It works on both Windows and MacOS computers.
step 2: Install the app like any other app. Before you start it for the first time, make sure the Logitech peripheral you want to manage is plugged in or connected wirelessly.
How to Manage Your Devices in the Logitech G-Hub
The Logitech G-Hub can manage any Logitech device, not just gaming. Here, you can see how much of a fan I am of my mouse, keyboard, mouse mat, and webcam. It also supports a range of Logitech C (manufacturer) devices such as microphones and cameras.
step 1: You’ll find all your Logitech devices on the G-Hub home screen. You can select them individually to adjust their special options like lighting and key remapping (see below for more details). You can adjust device settings and update their firmware by selecting the small cog icon next to each entry.
If you want to turn on or off the board memory for a particular accessory device, select the small Microchip icon next to the corresponding device.
step 2: To set comprehensive settings changes across all your Logitech peripherals, you can select a game profile from the drop-down menu in the top-right corner.
step 3: To add more games, you can find the games list in the left-hand three-line menu. You can also use that menu to adjust general settings for the app, such as applying updates.
How to Change RGB Lighting with G-Hub
G-Hub is also your one-stop-shop for changes to RGB backlighting in all your Logitech devices.
step 1: Select the device for which you want to adjust the lighting. In this case, we will be using the G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse.
step 2: Choose light sink Menu from the left hand list.
step 3: Choose the lighting style you want. If you want to choose a specific color, you must select fixed From the first drop-down.
step 4: To sync your lighting to other devices, select sync light options button at the bottom of the screen, then choose the device you want to sync the light with.
Step 5: For devices like keyboards, you can select a wide range of lighting options like animations.
How to Remap Keybindings in Logitech G-Hub
The Logitech G-Hub is the best place to get the keybindings on all your Logitech accessories. Here’s how to do it.
step 1: Select the device on which you want to adjust the keybindings. In this case, we will be using the Logitech G915 TKL.
step 2: Choose Work button from the left-hand menu.
step 3: Select the key for which you want to adjust the keybindings, then select a command from the list on the left such as editing, windows, Productivity Etcetera. If you want it to be a direct keypress, select keys Tab first and select a command from the list.
Alternatively, or later, you can select a key and select default To return it to its default function. you can also select disable Disable that key if you don’t need it or find yourself pressing it by mistake.
How to Use Community Settings in G-Hub
The G-Hub also lets you download keybindings and lighting settings from your fellow Logitech fans. This way.
Note: DigitalTrends does not guarantee the quality or accuracy of keybindings or lighting, so use them at your own risk.
step 1: From the G-Hub home screen, select the three-line menu icon from the left, and select community.
step 2: Select the profile you want to download, and select download.
step 3: Log in to G-Hub if necessary, then apply the downloaded settings to your device to start using it.
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