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XIM APEX  Mouse & Keyboard Adapter

$249.95

5 out of 5 based on 19 customer ratings
(19 customer reviews)

XIM APEX is the most advanced and precise mouse & keyboard adapter on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

Play hundreds of console shooter games using wired or wireless USB mice, keyboards, controllers and keypads.

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Play hundreds of PlayStation & Xbox shooters using your preferred gaming mouse & keyboard. XIM APEX is easy to use, delivers unbeatable accuracy and is deeply customisable!
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XIM APEX Precision Mouse & Keyboard Adapter

XIM APEX is the most advanced and precise mouse & keyboard adapter for PlayStation 5 *, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles.

Play hundreds of shooter games using gaming mice & keyboards from Logitech, Razer, Steelseries, Corsair and more. Go wire-free from the couch using wireless mice & keyboards and console Bluetooth controllers.

XIM APEX is plug & play — connect a supported gaming controller and your mouse & keyboard to XIM APEX, map your buttons in XIM APEX Manager mobile app and you're ready to slay!

Join millions of XIM gamers around the world who dominate their competition in console shooting games. Watch XIM APEX in action at XIM Central.

* Limited support. Refer to Conditions and FAQ.

Features

MOUSE & KEYBOARD

Play console games using gaming-grade USB mice & keyboards from Logitech, Steelseries, Razer, Corsair, Cooler Master, Cougar, Finalmouse, Zowie, Roccat and more.

SMART TRANSLATORS

Plug-and-play hundreds of console games with unsurpassed in-game 1-to-1 feel using advanced XIM Smart Translator technology.

MOBILE APP

Wirelessly configure games using XIM APEX Manager app on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. XIM APEX Manager is also available as a PC app (USB only).

CONTROL REMAPPING

Remap buttons, d-pads, analog sticks, bumpers, triggers, touchpads and paddles on compatible gaming controllers, mice and keyboards.

WIRELESS GAMING

Game from the couch with a wireless USB mouse and a Sony Move Navigation Controller, Nintendo Joy-Con, or wireless USB keyboard.

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ANALOG MOVEMENT

Use analog devices like Logitech G13, Wooting keyboards and Azeron keypads for more controller-like movement & Aim Assist behaviour.

EXPERT SETTINGS

Tweak advanced preferences like HIP & ADS settings, Response Rate, Ballistics Curves and Smoothing to customise your XIM APEX experience.

HEADSET CHAT

Connect a 3.5mm headset to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One and PS4 controllers to chat with friends and team mates (PS4 requires DUALSHOCK 4 V2 controller).

CONTROLLER CROSSOVER

Play wired or wirelessly with a PlayStation controller on Xbox, or vice-versa. Wireless controller crossover requires a Bluetooth DUALSHOCK 4 or Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708 or Elite Series 2).

PC PASSTHROUGH

Use the community-made XIM Link app and a supported USB transfer cable (not included) to swap your mouse & keyboard from PC to XIM APEX.

MULTI-FUNCTION LED

Setup custom LED colours for every game on XIM APEX. The LED flashes red if the turn speed limit is hit, or red & yellow if the mouse & keyboard need more power.

MODS & MACROS

Use a Titan One, or Titan Two controller adapter to add mods like Rapid Fire and Antirecoil to XIM APEX for the ultimate competitive advantage!

CONTROLLER RUMBLE

Some XIM gamers prefer to play with a controller in one hand and a mouse in the other. Rumble is supported on PlayStation & Xbox controllers and can be turned on or off in XIM APEX Manager.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

Explore new console gaming horizons with a mouse & keyboard. Pair with a Titan Two to use Xbox Adaptive Controller, QuadStick, joysticks, foot pedals, trackballs & touchpads with XIM APEX.

XIM APEX Manager

XIM APEX Manager for iOS, Android and Windows 10 is used to setup and configure your XIM APEX device.

XIM APEX Manager supports hundreds of games on Xbox and PlayStation consoles through XIM APEX's unique Smart Translator technology.

Mouse sensitivity and keyboard bindings are quick and easy to configure in XIM APEX Manager, with real-time feedback to help find your optimal settings.

XIM APEX Manager offers an array of Expert settings like Response Rate, Ballistics Curves & Synchronize to fine-tune your setup and give you a competitive edge over your rivals.

Learn more about XIM APEX Expert settings below, or watch video tutorials for advanced XIM APEX features at XIM Central YouTube channel.

Expert Settings

RESPONSE RATE

Change how quickly input is sent to the console to improve mouse aim, or to tweak Aim Assist.

HIP & ADS SETTINGS

Set separate mouse Sensitivity, button Actions and Expert settings for HIP & ADS in any game.

SECONDARY BINDINGS

Bind two keys to one Action, or two Actions to one key, e.g one-button Ultimate activation.

AUXILIARY Settings

Create customised settings for Sprint, Snipe, Wingsuit, Vehicles, Wheel Menus and more.

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BALLISTICS CURVES

Control acceleration or deceleration to turn quicker, snipe slower, or remove velocity jumps.

SYNCHRONIZE

Improve aim & movement by matching mouse & keyboard input with a game's processing loop.

SMOOTHING

Smooth out mouse jitter to improve aim precision and control, or to increase Aim Assist.

Y/X RATIO

Adjust mouse X & Y axis ratios for easier recoil control and enemy tracking.

STEADY AIM

Break through strong Aim Assist that can make it hard to enter the hitbox or track a moving target.

BOOST

Increase a game's deadzone size to adjust micro-aim control, or to reduce Aim Assist.

TURN ASSIST

Emulate pegging a controller stick for improved vehicle turning, or wheel menu navigation.

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SIMULATE ANALOG

Make keyboard movement more controller-like to mask WASD input, or to increase rotational Aim Assist.

WALK SPEED

Set a custom Walk speed for improved keyboard sneaking and corner peeking.

ANALOG MAPPING

Swap, invert & remap analog sticks, triggers and deadzones for console crossover controllers.

PUSH TO TALK

Hide background noise with a Push to Talk button for controller-connected headsets.

USAGE

XIM APEX Desktop Gaming

Desktop Gaming

PC gamers will prefer gaming with XIM APEX at a desk using wired mice and keyboards. The mouse is used for aiming and keyboard for movement. The controller wired to XIM APEX can be picked up and used at any time.

XIM APEX Analog Controls

Analog Controls

XIM APEX supports analog player movement through devices like Logitech G13, Azeron keypad, Nintendo Joy-Con and Sony Move Navigation Controller. Combined with a mouse for aim, analog movement will feel natural for players coming from a controller background.

XIM APEX Couch Gaming

Wireless Gaming

XIM APEX supports a variety of wireless devices to game comfortably from the couch while still taking full advantage of XIM APEX’s precision mouse aiming.

Wireless USB keyboards are supported, but can be large and cumbersome to use from a couch. XIM APEX works with a Nintendo Joy-Con or Sony Move Navigation Controller in wireless mode without any extra hardware.

Supported Devices

Gaming Systems

  • PlayStation 5 *
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 3
  • Xbox Series X
  • Xbox Series S
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox 360
  • PS Remote Play (PC & Mac) *
  • Xbox App (PC) *

Console Controllers

  • PS4 DUALSHOCK 4
  • PS3 DUALSHOCK 3
  • PS3 Six-Axis
  • Sony Move Navigation Controller
  • Xbox Series X / S Wireless Controller
  • Xbox One Wireless Controller
  • Xbox Elite & Elite Series 2 Controllers
  • Xbox 360 Wired Controller

Other Devices

  • Wired & Wireless USB Gaming Mice ^
  • Wired & Wireless USB Gaming Keyboards ^
  • Logitech G 13 Keypad
  • Razer Tartarus / Orbweaver Keypads
  • Azeron Classic / Compact / Cyborg Gamepads
  • Logitech 3D Extreme Pro Flight Stick
  • Nintendo Switch Joy-Con (L or R) Controller
  • Titan One / Titan Two Controller Adapters
  • Beloader Controller Adapter *
  • MayFlash Magic-NS Controller Adapter *

* Limited support. Refer to Conditions and FAQ.
^ Check Hardware Compatibility list for known issues.

Please review XIM APEX Hardware Compatibility, Supported Games, Conditions and FAQ prior to purchase.

XIM APEX Contents

  • XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter
  • XIM USB hub with 9-inch integrated cable
  • XIM APEX Manager configuration app for Android / iOS (via App Store / Google Play) and PC (via XIM Technologies)
  • Smart Translator game support (via XIM APEX Manager app)

XIM APEX Requirements

SOFTWARE

  • XIM APEX Manager app is required to setup and configure the XIM APEX device and game Smart Translators.
  • XIM APEX Manager mobile app requires iOS 8 or higher, Android 4.4 or higher, or Windows 8/8.1/10 x86/x64.
  • XIM APEX Manager Windows app requires micro-USB cable connection (Bluetooth PC connection not supported).
  • XIM APEX firmware updates require Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x86/x64 or macOS 10.11 or higher.
  • Use a USB 2.0 port on PC when connecting XIM APEX for firmware updates or wired configuration.

Xbox Series X / S

  • XIM APEX requires a Microsoft Series X / S or Xbox One Wireless Controller and USB data or sync cable (not included).
  • Xbox Play-and-Charge Kit USB cables do not support data and do not work with XIM APEX.
  • Xbox Series X / S controllers require the latest XIM APEX firmware.
  • Xbox Series X / S controllers require the latest controller firmware to work with XIM APEX. Do NOT update the Xbox controller while connected to XIM APEX.
  • After booting up the console, press the Xbox (Guide) button on the Xbox Wireless controller to authenticate XIM APEX.

PlayStation 5 (PS5)

  • XIM APEX does not support Sony DUALSENSE (PS5) controller.
  • XIM APEX works with PS5 games using Remote Play on Windows 10, macOS or PlayStation 4 via the PS Remote Play app. XIM APEX requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller and micro-USB data cable (not included) for Remote Play.
  • XIM APEX works with Beloader adapter for PS5 games that require a DUALSENSE controller, however Beloader disables controller audio passthrough and touchpad functionality.
  • PS5 games with support for specialty PS4 controllers may work with XIM APEX, but are not officially supported. XIM APEX requires a wired specialty PS4 controller connected to Port 3 (…) of XIM APEX’s USB hub. The latest XIM APEX firmware is required.
  • XIM APEX works with PS4 games on PS5 using Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller and micro-USB data cable (not included).
  • Enable Wired Communication via Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method: Use USB Cable.
  • Headset chat is supported on DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) only and requires USB Communication Method.
  • XIM APEX does not support 6-axis or touchpad DUALSHOCK 4 controller functionality. The touchpad is used as a clickable button.

Xbox One

  • XIM APEX requires a Microsoft Xbox One or Series X / S Wireless Controller and USB data or sync cable (not included).
  • Xbox Play-and-Charge Kit USB cables do not support data and do not work with XIM APEX.
  • Xbox Series X / S controllers require the latest XIM APEX firmware.
  • After booting up the console, press the Xbox (Guide) button on the Xbox One controller to authenticate XIM APEX.

PlayStation 4 (PS4)

  • XIM APEX requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 controller and micro-USB data cable (not included).
  • Enable Wired Communication via Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method: Use USB Cable.
  • Headset chat is supported on DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) only and requires USB Communication Method.
  • XIM APEX does not support 6-axis or touchpad DUALSHOCK 4 controller functionality. The touchpad is used as a clickable button.

Xbox 360

  • XIM APEX requires a Microsoft Xbox 360 wired controller (not included).
  • Wireless Xbox 360 controller with Play & Charge Kit not supported.

PlayStation 3 (PS3)

  • XIM APEX requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 3 controller and mini-USB cable (not included).

Windows 10 (PC)

  • PS Remote Play requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (model CUH-ZCT2U) controller connected to XIM APEX for console authentication.
  • Xbox App requires an Xbox One, Xbox Elite or Xbox Series X / S controller connected to XIM APEX for console authentication.
  • XIM APEX does not support Windows PC, but may work in games with Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S or DUALSHOCK 4 controller support. Performance in unsupported games will vary.

macOS

  • PS Remote Play requires a Sony DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (model CUH-ZCT2U) controller connected to XIM APEX for console authentication.
  • XIM APEX does not support macOS, but may work in games with Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S or DUALSHOCK 4 controller support. Performance on unsupported systems will vary.

Nintendo Switch

  • XIM APEX does not support Nintendo Switch, but may be connected to Switch via a MayFlash Magic-NS, Titan One or Titan Two controller adapter. Performance on unsupported systems will vary.

General

  • Authentication controllers connected via USB to XIM APEX may be used for console / game input at any time. XIM APEX Aim, Movement, Actions, Analog and Expert settings do not affect the authentication controller.
  • Turn the console on using the power button. XIM APEX will be bypassed by a wireless connection if turning the console on via a controller.
  • XIM APEX does not support controller chatpads.
  • XIM APEX does not support USB headphones, headsets or microphones.
  • XIM APEX does not support Bluetooth mice or keyboards.
  • XIM APEX has no built-in support for mods or macros, but is compatible with Titan One & Titan Two programmable controller adapters.

XIM APEX FAQ

XIM APEX is a mouse & keyboard adapter that emulates the console controller connected to it, e.g. XIM APEX appears as a DUALSHOCK 4 controller on Playstation 4. A genuine, first-party gaming controller must be connected to XIM APEX at all times for authentication with the console.

XIM APEX supports hundreds of games on Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox One, PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 (PS3) using plug-and-play Smart Translators. Each supported game comes with its own Smart Translator, which converts mouse movement into analog stick positions that consoles understand.

Smart Translators are unique to each game and are built using artificial intelligence and machine learning to ensure accurate mapping of look mechanics such as deadzone size, deadzone shape, maximum turn speed, acceleration and timed velocity. For an in-depth look at Smart Translators, watch this video.

Smart Translators provide the best possible mouse & keyboard experience for console gaming, but performance will vary depending on the quality of a game’s look mechanics, as well as your equipment. Please review the Official Games Support List and research Hardware Compatibility prior to purchase. Contact us for recommended mice & keyboards, or discuss your setup with XIM support to optimise your settings.

Ensure that XIM APEX Game Settings are correctly configured and Game Downloads are updated periodically in XIM APEX Manager. XIM Technologies may update a Smart Translator if a game patch adversely affects aiming behaviour. There is no guarantee that a Smart Translator will feel as good as it did before a game patch, however performance is typically improved.

XIM APEX features a number of advanced settings that can help with Smart Translation. Visit the XIMGameplay YouTube channel for in-depth game configuration settings, as well as advanced tutorials covering features like Ballistics Curves, Smoothing, Steady Aim, Boost and Simulate Analog Behaviour. Keep your XIM APEX firmware and XIM APEX Manager software up to date as new releases may contain additional features, hardware compatibility or game improvements.

PC and console games have different look mechanics. PC input is based on distance (mouse movement), console input is based on velocity (analog stick position). How close a console game feels to PC depends on each game’s unique look mechanics. Console games have constraints such as maximum turn speed, timed velocity, acceleration, deadzones and aim assist that all apply to XIM APEX, but don’t exist when using a mouse & keyboard on PC. Weapon recoil is also heavier in console games.

PC game controls have separate bindings for each action e.g C for Crouch & Esc for Cancel. Because controllers have less buttons than a keyboard, console games condense controls into multi-action buttons, e.g. Circle on PS4 is either Crouch or Cancel, depending on context. XIM APEX cannot turn console game controls into PC controls – multi-action buttons cannot be separated into single-action buttons.

XIM’s Smart Translators map console look mechanics to mouse movement for the most accurate aim possible, and bind keys & mouse buttons to controller actions, however console look mechanics and control schemes are baked into the game engine and cannot be removed.

It depends on gaming background and skill level. A mouse is more accurate than a controller, however mouse & keyboard is an acquired skill that takes time to learn. XIM APEX is not an insta-win mode and you still need to work for your K/D.

Many console gamers pair a gaming mouse with a Sony Move Navigation Controller, Logitech G13 or Azeron gamepad for familiar analog movement. PC gamers will have an easier time with mouse & keyboard on XIM APEX, but need to adapt to console look mechanics such as turn speed limits, aim assist and higher recoil.

XIM Apex can be set to 125Hz (8ms), 250Hz (4ms), 500Hz (2ms), or 1000Hz (1ms). The native USB controller polling rates are 125Hz for Xbox and 250Hz for PlayStation. XIM APEX is up to 8 x faster than a controller on Xbox One or Series X / S and 4 x faster than a controller on PS4 or PS5.

XIM APEX supports Sony PlayStation 5 (PS4 games, Remote Play & PS5 games with specialty PS4 controller support), Microsoft Xbox Series X / S, Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4), Microsoft Xbox One, Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming consoles.

XIM APEX is compatible with Xbox Series X / S consoles and games using the Xbox Series X / S Wireless Controller (USB-C), Xbox One Wireless Controller (micro-USB), Xbox Elite Controller and Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller.

An update to the latest XIM APEX beta firmware is required for Xbox Series X controllers.

The Series X controller may also need to be updated before it will work with XIM APEX. Do NOT update an Xbox controller while it is connected to XIM APEX. Connect it direct to the Xbox console via a USB cable to perform controller updates

XIM APEX does not support Sony DUALSENSE (PS5) controller. Smart Translators for PS5 games are also not available.

XIM APEX works via PS Remote Play app on Windows 10 and macOS to play PS5 games on PlayStation 5 console with a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller.

PS5 games with support for specialty PS4 controllers may work with XIM APEX, but are not officially supported. XIM APEX requires a wired specialty PS4 controller connected to Port 3 (…) of XIM APEX’s USB hub. The latest XIM APEX firmware is required.

XIM APEX works with a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller to play PS4 games on PlayStation 5 console.

XIM APEX works with hundreds of first-person and third-person shooter games on Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5 (PS5), PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One, PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Xbox 360.

XIM APEX works on PlayStation 5 (PS5) for PS4 games. PS5 games with support for specialty PS4 controllers may work with XIM APEX, but are not officially supported. PS5 games may be played using a XIM APEX via the PS Remote Play app on Windows 10 PC, macOS computers & PlayStation 4 console.

Refer to the Official Game Support List and XIM APEX Game Settings for more information.

Smart Translators are only available for shooting games, but XIM APEX can be used for mouse & keyboard control in other games. Use the Console Controller Crossover game config, bind controller actions to your preferred mouse & keyboard buttons and you’re done!

XIM Smart Translators are currently not available for PlayStation 5 (PS5) games that require a DUALSENSE controller.

XIM APEX works with DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4), Xbox Wireless Controller (Xbox Series X /S  & Xbox One), Xbox Elite Controller, Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller, DUALSHOCK 3 (PS3), Sony Six-Axis (PS3), Move Navigation Controller (PS3), Xbox 360 Wired Controller and Nintendo Switch Joy-Con (L or R only, not both) controllers, as well as Logitech 3D Extreme Pro joystick.

XIM APEX does not support DUALSENSE (PS5) controllers.

A genuine Sony or Microsoft controller must be connected to XIM APEX via USB at all times for authentication with the console, e.g. a DUALSHOCK 4 controller is required for PlayStation 4. The Xbox (Guide) button on an Xbox One controller may need to be pressed after booting up the console to authenticate XIM APEX with Xbox One.

XIM APEX does not work with third-party or generic controllers (e.g Razer, Nacon, Scuf, Hori, Astro, PowerA, Logitech, Thrustmaster).

A second genuine console controller may be connected for console crossover gameplay, e.g. using a DUALSHOCK 4 on Xbox One. XIM APEX supports wireless second controller connections to DUALSHOCK 4, Xbox One S (model 1708), Xbox Elite Series 2, DUALSHOCK 3, Six-Axis, Move Navigation and Joy-Con controllers via Bluetooth.

XIM APEX works with almost all wired and wireless USB gaming mice, including Logitech, Razer, Corsair, Cooler Master, Zowie, Finalmouse, Steelseries, Roccat, Cougar, HyperX, Fnatic, Thermaltake and Glorious.

The only gaming mice known to not work with XIM APEX are Mad Catz RATs due to their reliance on PC drivers. Bluetooth mice such as Apple’s Magic Mouse are not supported. Student, office, generic and cheap mice brands like Redragon should be avoided – they have poor sensors and will deliver a sub-par XIM APEX experience.

Mice that require PC software like Razer Synapse for macros, lighting and sensitivity stages will work with XIM APEX, however some features may not work without a PC connection and the mouse will use its default settings.

Wireless USB rechargeable mice work with XIM APEX, but may require more power draw while charging than the console can provide, causing XIM APEX to disconnect. Fully recharge your mouse before use and connect it wirelessly to XIM APEX via the mouse USB dongle.

If your XIM APEX flashes red and yellow, or your mouse stops responding, your console may not be supplying enough power to meet the demands of your mouse. Consider purchasing a XIM APEX Power Adapter to prevent power-related disconnects.

Please confirm that your mouse works with XIM APEX on the XIM Community forums prior to purchase.

Most gaming keyboards are compatible with XIM APEX including Logitech, Corsair, Razer, Cooler Master, SteelSeries, HyperX, Roccat, Ducky, Ergodox and Zowie. XIM APEX also supports Logitech G13, Razer Tartarus, Razer Orbweaver and Azeron gaming keypads, as well as Wooting One and Two analog keyboards.

Some keyboards have restricted functionality when not connected to PC, such as limited RGB lighting, key rollover or ghosting support. This may be an issue with Razer keyboards due to reliance on Razer Synapse software and PC drivers for these functions. Razer keyboards do work with XIM APEX, however if you experience issues, poor on-board device support is the reason for limited functionality.

Power draw may be problem due to RGB lighting or in-built USB hubs on the keyboard. A console can only supply 5V of power over a single USB port, which may be insufficient for some keyboards and XIM APEX will disconnect to prevent damage from power surges or brownouts.

If your XIM APEX flashes red and yellow, or your keyboard stops responding, your console may not be supplying enough power to meet the demands of your keyboard. Consider purchasing a XIM APEX Power Adapter to prevent power-related disconnects.

Corsair and Razer keyboards have high-power requirements and some models include a second USB cable for power. Connect the keyboard’s data USB cable to the XIM APEX USB hub and the keyboard’s USB power cable to a PC USB port or USB wall adapter.

Corsair “K” model keyboards may need to be set to BIOS mode to function correctly with XIM APEX. Hold F1 and Windows Lock (at top-right of keyboard) for 3 seconds to enter BIOS mode. If done correctly, the Scroll Lock LED will blink to indicate BIOS mode is enabled.

Wooting One & Two analog keyboards work with XIM APEX. Follow the How to setup a Wooting keyboard for XIM APEX guide to configure analog keyboard input.

Roccat ISKU+ ForceFX keyboards feature analog QWEASD keys that are not compatible with XIM APEX. Edit your game in XIM APEX Manager, swipe from right-to-left to view the HIP page and set Analog → Sticks → Left X and Left Y axes to None. This needs to be done for HIP, ADS and Auxiliary sub-configs and requires Expert configuration to be enabled in XIM APEX Manager → Global Settings.

Generic USB keyboards and cheap brands like Redragon may have problems connecting to XIM APEX due to not being fully compliant with the HID USB standard and are not recommended.

XIM APEX does not support Bluetooth keyboards.

Please confirm that your keyboard works with XIM APEX on the XIM Community forums prior to purchase.

Logitech G series gaming mice are highly recommended for use with XIM APEX. Logitech mice have low power draw, RGB lighting doesn’t require a PC and the Pixart, Mercury or Hero sensors in Logitech mice work very well for console gaming. Macros are non-repeating on Logitech mice, e.g. no on-mouse Rapid Fire. If macros are important, Steelseries mice are recommended.

Logitech keyboards (no on-board macro support), SteelSeries keyboards (on-board macro support), Razer Orbweaver, Razer Tartarus, Logitech G13 and Azeron gamepads are highly recommended for a trouble-free XIM APEX gaming experience. We do NOT recommend the Simple XIM Firmware for Azeron as it disables the ability to calibrate the analog stick.

A genuine, first-party controller must be connected via USB at all times to XIM APEX for authentication with the console.

To connect a second, wireless controller, including DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4), DUALSHOCK 3 (PS3), Sony Six-Axis (PS3), Xbox One Wireless Controller (model 1708), Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller, Move Navigation Controller (PS3), or Nintendo Switch Joy-Con via Bluetooth to XIM APEX, watch this video

Original Xbox One, Xbox Elite (Series 1) and Xbox 360 controllers are not Bluetooth devices and must be connected to XIM APEX via USB.

Xbox Series X / S controllers are Bluetooth LE and don’t wirelessly connect to XIM APEX.

DUALSENSE (PS5) controllers are not supported by XIM APEX for cross-console gameplay.

XIM APEX supports wireless USB gaming mice & keyboards from brands like Logitech, Razer and Corsair. XIM APEX does not support Bluetooth mice & keyboards.

To connect a wireless USB mouse or keyboard, plug the wireless USB dongle into the XIM APEX USB hub and the device should pair automatically. If required, pair the device with the USB dongle on PC before connecting to XIM APEX.

A PS4 controller may be used on Xbox One and vice versa. A genuine controller must be connected to the XIM USB hub for console authentication, however a second crossover controller may be connected via Bluetooth, if the controller supports it, e.g. DUALSHOCK 4, DUALSHOCK 3, Xbox One S (model 1708) and Xbox Elite Series 2 controllers.

Setup a Console Controller Crossover game config in XIM APEX Manager to bind the controller buttons. XIM APEX provides button & stick remapping, analog trigger depth and deadzone editing, however advanced settings like Ballistics Curves, Response Rate and Steady Aim have no effect on cross-console controllers.

XIM APEX does not work with third-party or generic controllers (e.g Razer, Nacon, Scuf, Hori, Astro, PowerA). Titan One, Titan Two and CronusMAX PLUS controller adapters support a broad array of official and third-party controllers, wheels and joysticks and are better suited for this purpose. Conversely, these devices deliver a poor mouse & keyboard experience compared to XIM APEX.

A genuine, first-party controller must be connected via USB at all times to XIM APEX for authentication with the console.

To connect a second, wireless controller, including DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4), DUALSHOCK 3 (PS3), Sony Six-Axis (PS3), Xbox Series X Wireless Controller, Xbox One Wireless Controller (model 1708), Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller, Move Navigation Controller (PS3), or Nintendo Switch Joy-Con via Bluetooth to XIM APEX, watch this video

Original Xbox One, Xbox Elite (Series 1) and Xbox 360 controllers are not Bluetooth devices and must be connected to XIM APEX via USB.

DUALSENSE (PS5) controllers are not supported by XIM APEX.

XIM APEX also supports wireless USB gaming mice & keyboards from brands like Logitech, Razer and Corsair. XIM APEX does not support Bluetooth mice & keyboards.

To connect a wireless USB mouse or keyboard, plug the wireless USB dongle into the XIM APEX USB hub and the device should pair automatically. If required, pair the device with the USB dongle on PC before connecting to XIM APEX.

XIM APEX supports powered & unpowered USB 2.0 and 3.0 hubs. USB hubs can be daisy-chained to connect more devices to XIM APEX. A replacement powered USB hub is helpful to add supplementary power for setups with high power requirements, e.g. Razer or Corsair keyboards.

CronusMAX USB Hub is compatible with XIM APEX and the fourth USB hub port can add an additional device, e.g. mouse, keyboard, controller and foot pedals.

XIM APEX supports 3.5 mm headsets connected to a controller for game audio and voice chat. Plug the headset into the 3.5mm controller port and the console will automatically detect the connected headset. If the headset isn’t detected, the console may need to be rebooted.

If Party Chat audio is garbled or laggy on Xbox Series X / S or Xbox One, open XIM APEX Manager and enable Expert configuration mode in Global Settings. Edit your game config, tap ‘…’ in the Identity section and enable Audio Compatibility Mode.

PlayStation 4 requires a DUALSHOCK 4 V2 (CUH-ZCT2U) controller for game audio and voice chat. Original DUALSHOCK 4 (CUH-ZCT1) controllers do not support audio passthrough over USB and will not work for game audio and voice chat with XIM APEX.

There is no need to connect a wireless headset to XIM APEX. Wireless headsets use USB audio adapters (PS4 only), or a console’s optical or HDMI port for audio. XIM APEX does not support wireless, Bluetooth or USB headsets and cannot be used to connect a PS4 headset to Xbox, or vice versa.

XIM APEX has no support for chatpads connected to the controller, nor can a connected keyboard be used to type messages.

Type messages using the connected controller, or use the iOS or Android chat apps for PlayStation Network & Xbox Live.

XIM APEX does not officially support PC gaming. XIM APEX may work if a PC game supports Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S or DUALSHOCK 4 controllers. Plug XIM APEX into a PC USB port with your preferred controller connected to XIM APEX (PS4 or Xbox), load the PC game and test the controller. If the controller works, the mouse & keyboard connected to XIM APEX may also work.

Using XIM APEX to exploit aim assist on PC will come at the cost of mouse accuracy and turn speed. XIM APEX won’t feel the same as native mouse & keyboard because a PC game will see XIM APEX as the connected controller and it will behave as such. XIM’s Smart Translators are designed to work with console game look mechanics and performance will vary on PC. Adjusting in-game deadzones, reducing Field of View and locking the framerate to 60 FPS may help.

XIM APEX does not support Nintendo Switch consoles. Connecting a XIM APEX to a Titan One, Titan Two or Magic-NS controller adapter may work with some Nintendo Switch games. XIM’s Smart Translators are designed to work with PS4, Xbox One, PS3 or Xbox 360 games and performance will vary on Nintendo Switch.

Using XIM APEX for console shooting games is like using a steering wheel for driving games, an arcade stick for fighting games, or a HOTAS controller for flight sims. XIM APEX is simply a better tool for the job than a controller.

Sony added mouse & keyboard support to the original PlayStation in 1994. Microsoft added mouse & keyboard support to Xbox One in 2018. Only a few console games support built-in mouse & keyboard on PS4 and Xbox One, whereas XIM APEX supports hundreds of games on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Console games with built-in mouse & keyboard support use a similar method to XIM APEX to translate mouse movement to analog stick positions. XIM APEX will typically outperform native console mouse & keyboard, as well as delivering an arsenal of tools to customise and improve the experience.

XIM APEX does not support on-board mods or macros, is subject to all the same constraints as a controller and can’t magically transform a console game into a PC game. By using a mouse, XIM APEX makes aim more accurate at higher in-game sensitivity than would normally be used with a gaming controller.

There is no such thing as an aimbot on consoles. Unlike Windows PC gaming where every file on a computer can be accessed and potentially hacked, consoles are closed environments with no direct access to the operating system. XIM APEX has no access to game code, netcode, the CPU, RAM, hard drive or network interface.

XIM APEX is a controller emulator that adds mouse & keyboard translation to games that lack native support. For all intents and purposes, a XIM is nothing more a console controller and behaves as one.

There is currently no risk of being banned from your game, account or console for using a XIM APEX on Xbox or PlayStation consoles.

You cannot be banned for using a XIM APEX on consoles that offer built-in mouse & keyboard support, as well as licenced mouse & keyboard adapters like the Hori Tac Pro.

XIM APEX offers enhanced accuracy and speed in games without native mouse & keyboard support, but it cannot do anything a normal controller can’t also do within the constraints of a game’s look mechanics.

Bans and suspensions are typically the result of poor online behaviour, not the device used to play a game.

Far fewer people use XIM APEX in online multiplayer games than the internet would have you believe. XIM Technologies collects Smart Translator installation metrics for XIM APEX devices. Usage rates in popular games like Fortnite, PUBG & Apex Legends is less than 0.01% of the player base, or roughly 1 in 10000 gamers.

XIM APEX is frequently used as a scapegoat for poor gameplay. The chance of encountering a XIM APEX user ranges from once in every 100 to 2500 games (depending on opposing team size), whereas the odds of dying to another controller user is approximately 9999 in 10000 (or 99.99%).

XIM APEX has no support for mods & macros. However, connecting a Titan One or Titan Two will add mods & macros to XIM APEX. Some gaming mice & keyboards provide on-board macros that can be used with XIM APEX.

Visit https://xim.tech/start and watch the Quick Start Guide to learn how to setup XIM APEX.

XIM APEX does not come with a user manual as the device is mostly plug-and-play. View the Quick Start Guide and Instructional Videos to learn how to setup and use XIM APEX.

For more advanced topics such as game settings, expert features and gameplay demonstrations, visit the XIM Gameplay YouTube Channel.

Please refer to the XIM APEX Upgrading Firmware video and visit https://xim.tech/latest to update XIM APEX firmware.

To update XIM APEX Manager software on iOS or Android, use App Store or Google Play to download the latest software version.

XIM APEX beta firmware and XIM APEX Manager software can be downloaded at https://xim.tech/beta.

To update the Smart Translator database when a new game is released, XIM APEX Manager will prompt for the update when opened, or go to XIM APEX Manager → Global Settings → Force Games Download.

To add games to XIM APEX, visit https://xim.tech/start and watch the Quick Start Guide video tutorial.

Smart Translators for new games are added to XIM APEX on a regular basis. Open XIM APEX Manager app on iOS or Android devices and a prompt to download updates for new Smart Translators will appear on the first screen.

Alternately, go to XIM APEX Manager → Global Settings and select Force Games Download to update the Smart Translator library.

Open XIM APEX Manager app and go to XIM Manager → Global Settings → Enable expert configuration. This setting will add an arsenal of mouse & keyboard customisation options that are unique to XIM APEX.

Visit the XIMGameplay YouTube channel for detailed tutorials covering all XIM APEX Expert settings.

Watch the Quick Start Guide to learn how to bind mouse buttons & keyboard keys on XIM APEX.

For crossover controller bindings, watch this video.

Secondary key bindings requires Expert configuration mode to be enabled. Open XIM APEX Manager app and go to XIM Manager → Global Settings → Enable expert configuration.

Edit a game config in XIM APEX Manager, swipe from right to left to view the HIP page, then scroll down to the bottom of Actions. Tap ‘…’ to reveal the word Primary. Touch the right arrow to display Secondary bindings.

Bind a second key or button to activate an Action, e.g. bind Triangle to V on a keyboard, as well as Scroll Down on a mouse wheel.

Open XIM APEX Manager app, go to Global Settings and select Enable expert configuration.

Edit a game config in XIM APEX Manager, swipe from right to left to view the HIP page, then scroll down to the bottom of Actions. Tap ‘…’ to reveal the word Primary. Touch the right arrow to display Secondary bindings.

Select L1 (or LB) and bind a preferred mouse or keyboard button, e.g ‘V’. Repeat for R1 (or RB) and bind to the same button or key, e.g ‘V’. Pressing ‘V’ will now trigger both L1 & R1 (or LB & RB), activating the Ultimate skill in-game.

To connect a wireless Sony Move Navigation Controller via Bluetooth to XIM APEX, watch this video.

To connect a wireless Nintendo Switch Joy-Con via Bluetooth to XIM APEX, watch this video.

XIM Link is a community-made PC app to swap mice & keyboards between PC and XIM APEX. XIM Link requires special easy transfer cables and will not work with regular USB cables.

XIM Link is useful for keyboards & mice that require PC drivers or apps to function correctly, or need more power than the console can provide, or lack on-board memory for macros, RGB lighting, sensitivity stages etc. Or you may simply lack the desktop space for separate mice & keyboards for PC and XIM APEX.

Learn more about XIM Link on the XIM Community forums.

XIM APEX is not specifically designed to interact with Aim Assist and will never have more Aim Assist than a controller. However, it is possible to increase Aim Assist above the default XIM APEX settings using a number of Expert configuration options. To enable Expert mode in XIM APEX Manager app, go to Global Settings → Enable expert configuration.

Low mouse DPI values of 800, 1600 and 3200 are recommended for more controller-like Aim Assist behaviour. Low mouse Polling Rates and XIM APEX Response Rates of 125Hz and 250Hz can also make Aim Assist feel more like a controller. Mouse DPI and Polling Rates are set either in the mouse’s PC or Mac configuration app, or on the mouse itself. Please refer to your mouse’s documentation for more information.

Setting in-game Sensitivity to slightly less than maximum, using low XIM APEX Sensitivity values, and XIM APEX Expert settings such as Smoothing, negative Ballistics Curves, Simulate Analog Behaviour and Synchronise set to Common or Slow can enhance Aim Assist on XIM APEX.

Aim Assist is a double-edged sword – it’s somewhat intangible (“feeling” Aim Assist), highly subjective and more Aim Assist does not necessarily mean better aim. Please read the “Is XIM APEX an aimbot?” question for more information.

XIM APEX is not specifically designed to interact with Aim Assist and it is impossible to remove it entirely, unless a console game has an option to disable Aim Assist. However, it is possible to reduce Aim Assist below the default XIM APEX settings using a number of Expert configuration options. To enable Expert mode in XIM APEX Manager app, go to Global Settings → Enable expert configuration.

High mouse DPI values of 8000 to 16000 are recommended for more PC-like aim behaviour by making it easier to cut through Aim Assist into the hitbox. High  mouse Polling Rates and XIM APEX Response Rates of 500Hz and 1000Hz can also reduce the strength of Aim Assist. Mouse DPI and Polling Rates are set either in the mouse’s PC or Mac configuration app, or on the mouse itself. Please refer to your mouse’s documentation for more information.

High mouse DPI and Polling Rates are effective at combatting Aim Assist, but may result in jitter. Adding a small amount of Smoothing (at 3 or 4) and/or using 500Hz Polling & Response Rates can counter mouse jitter. Refer to the “What is mouse jitter and how do I fix it?” and “Is 1000Hz helpful for console gaming?” questions for more information.

Setting in-game Sensitivity to maximum, using high XIM APEX Sensitivity values and XIM APEX Expert settings such as positive Ballistics Curves, Synchronise set to Default or Off, Steady Aim and Boost can all reduce Aim Assist on XIM APEX.

XIM APEX cannot remove Aim Assist from a console game engine and is subject to all of the same look mechanic constraints as a controller, so it will never feel exactly like a PC game. Please refer to the “Does XIM APEX feel like playing on PC?” question for more information.

Yes and no. The native USB controller polling rate of Xbox One is 125Hz. The native USB controller polling rate of PlayStation 4 is 250Hz. Both consoles poll USB ports at 250Hz, but an Xbox One controller only responds to every second tick.

Both consoles are technically capable of receiving USB data at 1000Hz, but Xbox One may have issues in some games while in Party Chat. This can cause garbled audio, or dropped frames in rare cases.

Smart Translators for Xbox One have an Audio Compatibility Mode option to resolve this issue. Dropping XIM APEX’s Response Rate to 500Hz may also solve the problem. 

1000Hz also runs the risk of mouse jitter as Xbox One is not designed to handle more than 250Hz of input data over USB. Setting XIM APEX Response Rate to 500Hz and/or adding Smoothing via XIM APEX Manager can remove mouse jitter on Xbox One.

PlayStation 4 does not have audio or video issues with XIM APEX set to 1000Hz. The native Bluetooth polling rate of a DUALSHOCK 4 is 800Hz, so the PS4 seems better equipped than Xbox One to handle USB input at 1000Hz.

Mouse jitter may be due to environmental factors, such as sensor debris or a worn mousepad, so 1000Hz can be an issue on PS4. Like Xbox One, setting XIM APEX Response Rate to 500Hz and/or adding Smoothing via XIM APEX Manager can remove mouse jitter.

Performance-wise, there is a noticeable improvement in mouse performance going from 125Hz Response Rate (XIM APEX default) to 250Hz (the native USB port polling rate of both Xbox One and PS4). Stepping up to 500Hz and 1000Hz Response Rate has little impact on mouse performance and feels roughly the same as 250Hz. However, 500Hz and 1000Hz can reduce Aim Assist and make it easier to enter or leave the enemy’s hitbox, thus improving the overall XIM APEX experience.

1000Hz is helpful for console gaming, but it’s more useful as a counter to Aim Assist than as a performance enhancer for mouse aim. Our recommendation is to use 500Hz XIM APEX Response Rate to avoid audio & video issues on Xbox One and to reduce the chance of mouse jitter on all supported consoles.

Mouse polling can safely be left at 1000Hz for the smoothest mouse tracking – XIM APEX will filter out additional mouse input at 125Hz, 250Hz and 500Hz Response Rates. Note that mouse polling rates must always match or exceed XIM APEX Response Rate or aiming will be compromised.

Jitter (or stutter) happens when the mouse makes unexpected or erratic micro-movements movements. Jitter is typically caused by part of the mouse sensor being blocked (check for debris), worn, glossy or uneven mouse surfaces (test with a white sheet of paper), a poor signal from a wireless mouse to its USB receiver (reduce distance), or failing batteries (recharge or replace).

Jitter can also occur due to high mouse DPI and Polling Rates with XIM APEX that would not typically be used for PC gaming, e.g XIM APEX supports over 16000 DPI whereas PC gamers rarely exceed 800 DPI. Extreme DPI values and/or 1000Hz Polling can cause the mouse to oversample the surface and overreact to minor imperfections, resulting in jitter. A hard mousepad has a more consistent surface than a cloth pad and may respond better to high DPI and Polling.

XIM APEX provides numerous Expert configuration tools to counter jitter, including Response Rate, Synchronise and Smoothing. However, the simplest method is to use moderate mouse settings of 500Hz polling and 3000-4000 DPI, with no noticeable performance loss. Calibrating your mouse to your pad via the mouse’s PC app will also help to reduce jitter.

Watch this video to learn how to identify and manage jitter on XIM APEX.

When moving a mouse quickly, XIM APEX will flash red to indicate that movement has hit the maximum turn speed for that game. Turn speeds are set by the game developer and cannot be exceeded by XIM APEX.

To maximise a game’s turn speed, set in-game sensitivity to maximum, use the red light as an indicator and reduce hand speed and/or XIM APEX Sensitivity to ride the red light. It takes practice and patience to get used to console gaming turn speed limits – some games turn almost as fast as PC, while others feel sluggish.

View the XIM APEX Optimising your Aim guide and How to Find The Perfect Mouse Sensitivity video tutorial for more information.

Unlike PC games, console shooters have turn speed limits, which are set by the game developer and vary from title to title. XIM APEX cannot override a game’s turn speed limit, the constraint is baked into the game’s look mechanics.

Rapid flicks register mouse input at the maximum turn speed for a short period of time, resulting in less in-game movement than moving a mouse at or slightly below the flashing red XIM APEX light.

View the XIM APEX Optimising your Aim guide and How to Find The Perfect Mouse Sensitivity video tutorial for more information.

Reticle movement is usually due to analog stick drift on the controller connected to XIM APEX. Stick drift occurs when an analog stick no longer centres correctly due to wear. The controller remains active and usable at all times when connected to XIM APEX and movement from the controller will register in-game.

When drift occurs, flicking the controller sticks will usually solve the problem. Calibrating the analog sticks by connecting the controller to the console and using the controller settings to adjust the deadzone may help to remove stick drift. Titan One and Titan Two scripts are also very effective at countering stick drift.

There are a number of common causes for a non-working XIM APEX. The following solutions will resolve almost all issues:

  1. Check the Hardware Compatibility List prior to purchase to ensure your mouse, keyboard, console, controller, headset, PC or mobile device is supported by XIM APEX.
  2. Watch the Instructional Videos and read the Quick Start Guide to learn how to setup and use XIM APEX.
  3. Update to the latest XIM APEX firmware and XIM APEX Manager app at https://xim.tech/latest. XIM APEX software releases provide updated support for consoles, controllers, mice and keyboards. Use a USB 2.0 ports on a PC or Mac to update XIM APEX firmware.
  4. Connect the Mouse to Port 1, Keyboard to Port 2 and Controller to Port 3 on the XIM APEX USB hub. Port numbers are indicated by small dots on the top of the hub.
  5. Read the XIM APEX Support FAQ for a step-by-step troubleshooting guide for XIM APEX.
  6. Use the power button to turn on the console instead of the PS or XBox button on the controller. Otherwise, XIM APEX will be bypassed by the controller connecting wirelessly to the console.
  7. Fully charge the controller before connecting to XIM APEX. XIM APEX will trickle-charge a controller to keep it fully charged, but may not receive enough power from the console to charge a drained controller. Removing the battery in Xbox Series X / S or Xbox One controllers reduces the risk of power-related disconnects.
  8. A controller must be wired via USB to XIM APEX at all times for authentication with the console. The controller must be a genuine Sony DUALSHOCK 4 or Microsoft Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Xbox Elite controller (or a DUALSHOCK 3 or 360 controller for older consoles).
  9. Do NOT run a controller update while it is connected to XIM APEX, it may corrupt Xbox One, Series X / S & Elite controller firmware. This can be fixed by connecting the controller direct to the console and downgrading the firmware. On Xbox or PC, open Xbox Assist → Get Help → Consoles & Accessories → Controller → My controller has connection issues after the last update → Check controller firmware → Revert firmware. Once the firmware is reverted, it can then be updated without XIM connected.
  10. If XIM APEX is not detected on PS5 or PS4, or disconnects after 10 minutes, ensure PS5 / PS4 → Settings → Devices → Controllers → Communication Method is set to USB.
  11. If XIM APEX is not detected on Xbox Series X / S or Xbox One, press the Xbox (Guide) button on the Xbox One controller after booting up the console. If XIM APEX remains undetected, hold the power button on the front of the console for 15 seconds. Once off, unplug the power cable to the console for 60 seconds. Reconnect the power cable and use the power button to turn on the console. Attach all peripherals to XIM APEX, then connect XIM APEX to the console.
  12. A faulty or power-only USB cable from the controller to XIM APEX will cause disconnects. Dropping a controller while connected to USB is enough to cause a USB cable fault. Replace with a data and power capable USB cable (micro-USB on PS4 and Xbox One, mini-USB on PS3 and Xbox 360). Xbox Play & Charge Kits are unsupported because there are no data lines in the cable. Titan Connection Kit USB cables are specifically designed for competitive gaming and work well with XIM APEX.
  13. Insufficient power may cause disconnects due to overloading the console USB port. If your USB cable is not faulty, your character is stuck circling or strafing on-screen and XIM APEX controls are unresponsiveness, excessive power draw is the most common cause. The XIM APEX light will flash red & yellow and a power bolt icon will be visible in XIM APEX Manager app when a connected device isn’t receiving enough power. XIM APEX flashing sequences of yellow lights may also indicate insufficient power.
    XIM APEX does not power connected peripherals, the console does. A console USB port supplies 5V, which is enough to power XIM APEX, a charged controller, a mouse and a low power keyboard (such as Logitech G devices). However, if a keyboard has strong RGB lighting (e.g Corsair & Razer), a built-in USB hub or a second USB cable for power, a controller is under-charged, or a wireless mouse is being charged while connected to XIM APEX, you may experience disconnects.

    Replacing the XIM APEX USB hub with a powered USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 hub, or connecting a compatible power adapter (5V 3A, 3.5mm x 1.35mm, centre positive) to the XIM APEX USB hub should fix power issues and prevent further disconnects. Ensure the power adapter meets exact specifications or your equipment may be damaged. Adjustable voltage power adapters are not recommended. Damage to XIM APEX or connected devices as a result of incorrect power adapter settings is not covered under warranty.

  14. If the XIM APEX LED is white and controls are unresponsive, a game config may be corrupt. For example, this can happen when pasting a Ballistics Curve from an older XIM APEX firmware version. Use the XIM APEX firmware tool to perform a Factory Reset. Game configs will need to be recreated to avoid restoring a corrupted game config from a backup.
  15. Temporarily disable anti-virus apps while updating XIM APEX to prevent firmware updates being blocked.

Please refer to the Support tab above for links to manuals, software, tutorials and/or troubleshooting. The product manufacturer has the knowledge and expertise to quickly diagnose and resolve common issues.

If you need help to solve an issue with XIM APEX, the quickest process is to view the official XIM APEX Support FAQ for troubleshooting. If problems persist, post a topic on the XIM Community Support Forum and send a link to your topic to support@modsquad.com.au. We’ll follow it up with XIM support staff to ensure your issue is addressed.

Please read the Conditions tab prior to purchase for XIM APEX requirements and limitations. A genuine first-party controller, controller USB data cable and gaming mouse & keyboard (not included) are required to use XIM APEX.

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View the Quick Start Guide, XIM APEX Support FAQ and Instructional Videos to learn how to setup and use XIM APEX.

Download XIM APEX Manager configuration app for iOS (via App Store), Android (via Google Play) and PC (via XIM Technologies).

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