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Changes since the last Beta: This is a Production Release Candidate, please install -- your feedback is important! This Beta fixes a Config corruption issue that can occur from pasting a Ballistics curve, and, a text dropping issue when naming your Configs.

ANDROID USERS: You now have the option to install either 64-bit or 32-bit versions of Manager. Including both versions is a now requirement of Google Play. Please install the version that matches your phone. Most modern Android phones are 64-bit. If you are unsure, install the 64-bit version and it doesn't launch, please remove it and install the 32-bit version.

iOS USERS: DO NOT upgrade your firmware until you see this version of Manager show in TestFlight. iOS Manager users must wait for Apple to approve all builds.

IMPORTANT: This build requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions specified here in order to access all features. If you aren't using both firmware and Manager, you won't see the new features in Manager. Please use the links below.

This is a build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190719 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190719 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190719 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190719 (64-bit) for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Download XIM APEX Manager 20190719 (32-bit) for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190719 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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This Beta build is no longer valid, please upgrade to latest.

Changes since the last Beta: This Beta fixes a firing jamming issue reported by some members and a Config copy/paste bug.

iOS USERS: DO NOT upgrade your firmware until you see this version of Manager show in TestFlight. iOS Manager users must wait for Apple to approve all builds.

IMPORTANT: This build requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions specified here in order to access all features. If you aren't using both firmware and Manager, you won't see the new features in Manager. Please use the links below.

This is a build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190702 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190702 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190702 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190702 for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190702 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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Member Projects / MOVED: xim connections
« on: 09:29 AM - 06/29/19 »

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Hey everyone, I've seen a few mentions from some stating that their aim was really off (like unplayable) after upgrading to the latest Beta, but, after they re-created their Configs the problem went away.

If you experienced this, please let me know here -- especially if you have a backup copy of the Configs that you had to re-create. This is certainly something we need to track down.

Thanks for your help!

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This Beta build is no longer valid, please upgrade to latest.

Changes since the last Beta: This Beta further adjusts Simulate Analog Behavior to match behavior of the current retail firmware build when the value set to 0. It also adds the ability to turn Simulate Analog Behavior completely off. To do so, press '-' on the Simulate Analog Behavior value when editing your Config in Manager until it shows 'Off'.

iOS USERS: DO NOT upgrade your firmware until you see this version of Manager show in TestFlight. iOS Manager users must wait for Apple to approve all builds.

IMPORTANT: This build requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions specified here in order to access all features. If you aren't using both firmware and Manager, you won't see the new features in Manager. Please use the links below.

This is a build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190613 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190613 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190613 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190613 for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190613 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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This Beta build is no longer valid, please upgrade to latest.

Changes since the last Beta: This Beta adjusts Simulate Analog Behavior to match behavior of the current retail firmware build when the value set to 0. It corrects an issue with Walk where diagonal movement speeds were higher than horizontal or vertical. It fixes a Config reordering issue in Manager that could result in Config corruption. Finally, it also corrects a player movement issue reported in Division 2 and Apex Legends.

iOS USERS: DO NOT upgrade your firmware until you see this version of Manager show in TestFlight. iOS Manager users must wait for Apple to approve all builds.

IMPORTANT: This build requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions specified here in order to access all features. If you aren't using both firmware and Manager, you won't see the new features in Manager. Please use the links below.

This is a build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190603 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190603 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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This Beta build is no longer valid, please upgrade to latest.

Changes since the last Beta: This Beta adjusts Simulate Analog Behavior to match behavior of the current retail firmware build when the value set to 0. It corrects an issue with Walk where diagonal movement speeds were higher than horizontal or vertical. It fixes a Config reordering issue in Manager that could result in Config corruption. Finally, it also corrects a player movement issue reported in Division 2.

iOS USERS: DO NOT upgrade your firmware until you see this version of Manager show in TestFlight. iOS Manager users must wait for Apple to approve all builds.

IMPORTANT: This build requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions here in order to access all features. If you don't upgrade both firmware and Manager, you won't see the new features in Manager. Please use the links below.

This is a build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190601 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190601 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for Android (Direct APK download, install instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190601 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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Hey everyone, there is a new article on XIM APEX and the debates around it from VICE Gaming. I thought the author (Emanuel) did a really great job on capturing what I said in the interview and also perspectives from others in the space (such as disabled gamers).

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pajg8y/is-using-a-mouse-and-keyboard-on-consoles-cheating

Check out the article and share it with others. :)

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This Beta build is no longer valid, please upgrade to latest.

Changes since the last Beta: Additional Hardware Compatibility improvements have been made designed to fix issues with both non-functional and partially working mice and keyboards. Please let us know if you have any issues with your devices. Also, fixes for occasional "jumping reticle" behavior reported by some users. Manager has not changed since the last Beta.

IMPORTANT: This Beta requires you use both the firmware and Manager versions here in order to access all features. Please use the links below.

This is a BETA firmware build that, based on community request, brings in the Boost setting and Steady Aim experimental test feature from XIM4. It also includes a new feature for keyboard users: Simulate Analog Behavior. These are advanced features that should be used with caution as they can negatively affect aiming performance if not used correctly. This build also includes a new subconfig Deactivation Delay feature for games that require it and Customizable Walk Speed for keyboard movement.

● Steady Aim: Unlike Smoothing which produces uniform mouse stabilization, Steady Aim forcibly restricts mouse movement into discrete values. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Aim expert settings.

● Boost: Boost artificially inflates the game's aiming stick dead zone. Be advised that values too large will significantly degrade micro-aiming performance. Located under Mouse expert settings.

● Simulate Analog Behavior: For keyboard users, outputs controller values similar to that of the gamer using a thumbstick. Higher values produce a stronger effect. Located under Movement expert settings.

● Deactivation Delay: Similar to a subconfig's (such as ADS) Activation delay, a Deactivation delay waits for the specified time before it's longer active. Located under each subconfig's Activation settings.

● Deactivation Priority: Prior to this change, when a subconfig is no longer active, return to Hip settings occurs. Now, if there is a subconfig between the active and Hip that is currently activated, it is selected (rather than Hip).

● Customizable Walk Speed: When using a keyboard for movement a walk modifier can be applied to slow movement. This change allows the walk speed to be customized. Located under Movement expert settings.


XIM APEX Firmware

Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190429 for PC
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64


Download XIM APEX Firmware Tool 20190429 for Mac
macOS 10.11 or higher


Flash Upgrade Instructions (instructional video):
1. Hold down the button on your XIM APEX
2. Plug your XIM APEX into your computer while continuing to hold the button
3. Wait for your XIM APEX's light to display blue and then release the button
4. Download and run the XIMAPEXFlash tool
5. Select Update Firmware
6. Disconnect your XIM APEX from your computer after the tool completes


XIM APEX Manager

Download XIM APEX Manager 20190315 for iOS (← Join our TestFlight by clicking the link from your iOS device)
iOS 11 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190315 for Android (Direct APK download, instructions)
Android 4.4 or higher


Download XIM APEX Manager 20190315 for PC
Windows 10/8.1/8 x86/x64

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Beta / FEEDBACK: Simulate Analog Behavior values you use
« on: 11:08 AM - 04/27/19 »
Hey everyone, if you aren't using our Betas or you aren't using the Simulate Analog Behavior (SAB) feature, you can disregard this post. For those who are, we are working on the next Beta release and would like to know what values you currently use on the games you play.

If you could, please reply with the each game and SAB value you use with it. Knowing this will help us out a lot.

Thanks!

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Feedback / MOVED: Mouse not working
« on: 04:35 PM - 04/25/19 »

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