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« on: 11:00 PM - 07/28/19 »
Have you looked into ADS delay ? I always have mine set to a 0. If you have high hip fire sensitive and low ADS sensitivity this may be the issue.

LOL im close to tier 500 in the current supply stream I just checked. I am an unstoppable beast. What's even better is I bought the cronus used for 50$ haahaha

Also if you connect the Cronus to the console the XIM in the controller slot of the cronus you can also take advantage of all the cronus mods.

I did something else instead. I bought a Cronus Max and now I have a XIM and a Cronus. (XIM for gameplay, Cronus for boosting)

The reason why I wanted this in the first place wasn't for any type of rapid fire etc. mods but simply to boost the tiers in CoD. Now I just have to leave my ps4 on all day, and the cronus max which is connected to my second PC is set to constantly repeat a macro (completely emulating almost normal in-game behavior) until I manually stop it. Every day I get like about 40 cases without doing a thing. I already have all the guns in the game and soon I will have all the loot in the game.

I don't like playing more than 1 hour a day and I also dont like spending 40$ / day (this equivalent of what I get now without doing anything)

With this setup now I actually wish MW has some unfair guns in their supply drops cuz  I will get them all and most other people wont and I will be able to **** on them without even trying, and without them able to do anything other than rage quitting

and this is all happening while xim4 manager is trying to load. I tried putting the xim4 in wired configuration mode, I tried the default mode (where you just let it start) and nothing. It is the same error over and over again.

One of the times when I had it in wired configuration mode (press the P button during the startup sequence), I managed not to get an error from XIM Link but an error from XIM4 Manager saying "USB transfer cable not found" or something like that.

So is my cable not the one I need ? I really don't get it.

Ok managed to get it to work but I get an error. Here is the log:

7/13/2019 2:45:35 PM





One or more errors occurred.


   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.ThrowIfExceptional(Boolean includeTaskCanceledExceptions)
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Wait(Int32 millisecondsTimeout, CancellationToken cancellationToken)
   at XLinkerCore.OutputDevices.Xim4.Xim4Device.TryConnect()
   at XLinkerCore.OutputDevices.Xim4.Xim4Device.<ConnectAsync>b__23_0()
   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Execute()
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
   at XLinkerCore.OutputDevices.Xim4.Xim4Device.<ConnectAsync>d__23.MoveNext()
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
   at XLinkerCore.LinkCore.<AddDevice>d__24.MoveNext()
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
   at XIMLink.OutputDeviceControl.<<ButtonAddDevice_Click>b__15_0>d.MoveNext()
--- End of stack trace from previous location where exception was thrown ---
   at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
   at System.Windows.Threading.ExceptionWrapper.InternalRealCall(Delegate callback, Object args, Int32 numArgs)
   at System.Windows.Threading.ExceptionWrapper.TryCatchWhen(Object source, Delegate callback, Object args, Int32 numArgs, Delegate catchHandler)

I got my transfer cable today, it is the Plug-gable Transfer Cable one : https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B005OTPVMY

No matter which USB port I do on both the XIM and PC it's not even detected. When I click Add Device, both the XIM Apex and XIM4 options are grayed out.

I did read the patch notes on the latest version:
If you have already used Link before, you will have apex as an output device. If it is a fresh install, you have to add either Apex or XIM 4 as an output device manually. XIM 4 will still use XIM 4 Manager, so it must be installed.

As the Link is manipulating and controlling external process (XIM 4 Manager), that I have not coded myself, there could still be a case that causes Link to crash if something happens to the manager. However it should work now much better than with Sandhawc. For example a translator update is detected and the connection will not stall and crash like before.

Also there is currently no proper way to restart XIM 4 Manager from Link. The only 2 ways are either Link restart or removing XIM 4 from output devices and adding it again.

But I have no idea what this means. How do I make Link use the XIM 4 manager ?

The way I have this currently is my XIM4 is connected to the playstation and the tranfer cable is connected to one of the mouse / keyboard ports. Is there something I'm missing or did I pick the wrong cable ? 

XIM Link / Re: XIM Link 1.4.2 is out!
« on: 07:53 PM - 07/12/19 »
thank you very much ! I will try it tomorrow.

It has all been taken care of now. I called my ISP and they fixed it. I can now change my IP to something completely different whenever I want (as long as I'm connected to the router), while keeping the original IP for all other devices connected directly to the modem.

This is exactly what I wanted and what I had before.

I will contact the ISP tomorrow and yes I was banned for multiple reasons. Attacking and trash talking people just for fun, at the time I also had around 50,000 fake followers on that account. I tried to get myself unbanned but it didn't work.

Thx for the info.

Information Technology Specialist here.. what you are describing is private IP vs public IP, private IP addresses for most routers / modems will be or the last two octets may be 1.1 or 2.1 for example. This is standard for MOST routers, and these are your private IP addresses. The reason for this, is if every device in the world had its own public IP addresses, there wouldn’t be enough to go around with the current version of Internet Protocol (IPv4) which is why IPv6 was invented, but that is not fully implemented and it is in hexadecimal format. If you’re banned from Twitter, it is likely an IP ban, changing your private IP address will not fix your problem because Twitter will only see your public IP. A good way to test this is to go to a website like IPChicken.com (this will give you your public  IP address. Write it down, then go to windows, open command prompt and type IPconfig. If your numbers are not the same then you are using a private IP address that is being converted to public.

I would not recommend using a VPN, it sounds like you may have gotten lucky and had a good server close to you, but it will always be slower as your network traffic is being routed elsewhere (along with everyone else who uses the service) processed, then sent to where it needs to go.

If you are banned by MAC address rather than IP, why not just buy a new $20 network card? This is where your MAC is tied to, and it is unique to all cards. All you have to do is unscrew the current one from your PCiE port and pop it out, replace it, new MAC. Or try downloading a MAC address spoofer, but they can be a little tricky.


The IP i'm talking about are public IPs. (taken directly from google)

Changing my public IP through the MAC address clone setting on my bridged router, as well as creating new user account on the computer and starting fresh usually works with almost anything.

Basically it used to let me completely change my public IP on the bridged router (ALL its digits), now only the last 2 sets of digits change and I don't think that's good. Like instead of going from to something like, it goes from to I've tried it over and over again.

There are still a few things I need to test to see if they work and I will when I have the time.

I stopped reading at "bypass my Twitter ban"... :o

And yes I am banned for life on twitter. It's been like that for years.

**** Note, all the IPs provided are made up

Here is the deal. I have my MODEM that's provided by my service provider. I have "bridging" enabled on one of the ports. That port goes into a ROUTER.

I was using that ROUTER with MAC address clone enabled to bypass my twitter ban.

Anyway, last time I used this, with the exact setup described above, my IP when connected to the router was always SIGNIFICANTLY different from the IP given to me when using the modem. For example, if I connected to the modem my IP was let's say 132.41.x.x. and when I connected to the router, my IP would be something like let's say 25.8.x.x. and every time I changed the mac address on the router, my ip would change once again to something completely different, let's say I change the mac address and my ip goes from "25.8.x.x" to "52.21.x.x".

I didn't use this for a few months now but I just decided to go back on twitter and I am having a problem. I still have that bridged port enabled, I still have everything the way it was but all the IPs I keep getting are very similar to my modem address and they don't change much when I change the mac address. For example, my modem's IP is let's say and then the IP I get from my bridged router is something very similar like It doesn't matter whether I change the MAC address, only the IP's last set or the last two sets of digits change - the first 2 sets - 162.8 remain.

I tried resetting both my router and modem, I re-enabled everything and it's still the same. I did notice that my modem had a stupid firmware update 2 months ago but that's the only thing I can find.

Another thing I noticed is when using the router with a VPN, the VPN is way slower than it should be. It wasn't like this before either. It's not the router, because I tried and different one and same thing.

Here is a clear representation of what I'm talking about:

BEFORE: (Connected directly to the modem) (connected to the bridged router)
change MAC address
change MAC address
change MAC address
etc.. the IPs just kept changing - that's what I want

NOW (Connected directly to the modem) (connected to the bridged router)
change MAC address
change MAC address
change MAC address

Anyone know what this means ? I don't really know much about these things to go into the advanced settings and try to figure it out on my own. I need some kind of a clue lol. I will also contact my ISP when I can and see what they have to say.

General Discussion / Re: Cod Mobile ? XIM Androideus ?
« on: 07:15 PM - 05/16/19 »
Since such games have on screen controls, those controls will always be in the same place depending on your screen ratio and resultion so you enter those manually and the xim androideus converts your mouse and keyboard movements into touch screen touches where the on the screen controls are :)

General Discussion / Cod Mobile ? XIM Androideus ?
« on: 07:12 PM - 05/16/19 »
Imagine a XIM for your tablet, pwning touch screen noobs all day.

In fact there would be plenty of games that would be much better and easier to play with a mouse and keyboard on android. Android emulators like Bluestacks are laggy pieces of garbage.

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