Can you individually assign them in SteamVR? I’m on 274 and have tried both the Tundra SW5 and HTC dongles, individually paired, in different USB ports, and no matter what I do I cannot assign them individually.
I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling both Pitool and SteamVR and both of my Tundra Trackers insist on showing up as a single unassignable entry in SteamVR > Manage Trackers.
The entries below the single entry at the top there pertain to inactive HTC Vive Trackers.
If I attempt to pair the trackers through SteamVR it never goes beyond “Initializing”.
Pulling my Vive Pro 2 out of the closet and reinstalling the respective software and the Tundra Trackers show up correctly with SW5 dongle and can be individually assigned. Unfortunately, hoping that pairing process would persist over to Pimax, when I removed the VP2 hardware and open Pitool it automatically recognizes the trackers and reassigns them as the former single entry, which looks like it does in SteamVR > Manage Trackers only now there are 4 entries beneath it.
I’ve googled ad nauseum for hours about this problem, I’ve looked into playing around with .json files but don’t even know where to start. I’ve tried removing all USB devices under SteamVR > Developer > Developer Options and the devices don’t actually remove. Worrying still is that settings remain in Pitool after uninstall (contrast and brightness settings), so unless these settings remain at the hardware level locally in the HMD I’ve a feeling that Pitool is not uninstalling completely. The last time I reinstalled 274 I searched for all Pimax files and folders and deleted them all. Problem persists, Pitool insists on assigning them as a single entry that I cannot manage through either Pitool nor SteamVR.
I’m at wits end here, I bought these trackers for Natural Locomotion as this form of movement greatly facilitates immersion in Half Life: Alyx and similar slow paced titles with realistic movement and I found the bulk and weight of the 2018 HTC Trackers uncomfortable.
NaLo cannot work as it needs the trackers individually assigned to feet:
The problem is narrowed down to Pitool. It’s absolute garbage and their customer service is non-existent, I’ve about 5 exchanges trying to explain the above and they lack the technical competence to help with this.
I’m sick of Pitool. I wish there was a way to run the 8KX without it, it’s 100% the problem here.
Any help greatly appreciated.