Add to that the fact that Logitech no longer offers a version of LLC that runs on I've seen some people mentioning SteerMouse and USB Overdrive, and might check them out, but is there any other option? I don't care about customizing the buttons, just pairing both devices to one receiver. I hope this isn't considered off-topic.
Help! Installed Logitech control center, hated mouse, can't remove!
I realize the question centers around Logitech, but I'm hoping there's a way to access configuration setting with OSX. Apparently the only "workaround" is to install Logitech Control Center, use it to pair the devices with the receiver, then uninstall the LCC software. I uninstalled each, then found an older version of LCC version 3. Actually, there was some residual stuff that I dug up and deleted manually.
I should mention that the LCC installer had a pretty good and thorough ReadMe that actually listed what files would be installed in what locations. It did omit a couple files that I found with a sudo find, but the whole thing was pretty painless. And now I have a keyboard I like and a scroll-wheel on my mouse!
How to Uninstall Logitech Control Center Application/Software on Your Mac
I've been living in the dark ages with the one-button magic mouse for a long time: Mac does have the Logitech Unifying Software, which opens up the pairing options; add and remove items from a receiver, as well as update firmware which seems to be perpetually greyed out no matter what I do on my Mac's and PC's, but that's a problem for another day. Version 1. Otherwise you can get all versions from the Logitech Support page. Not sure if this existed when the post was made, but as an update to the question, it's now a solution.
Adding the Launch Daemon to my login items only survives one reboot. Not sure what the problem is at this point.
I've had this issue as well in the past, and unfortunately, can't give you a good answer of how I fixed it. I would attempt the normal stuff like repair permissions.
This is one of those problems for me that manages to fix itself on it's own for some reason. The problem can be solved this way.
- jdk 32 bit mac os x.
- Change hidden settings in the Logitech Control Center - Mac OS X Hints.
- mac id changer for windows 8?
- mac and cheese with sour cream and cheddar cheese?
- Uninstalling Logitech Preference Manager software from a Mac!
My Logitech mouse loses its mind after a sleep cycle. Does not wake properly If I re-sleep the computer and then wake it up a second time Go figure. I have same problem, I tried to follow the instruction from video, but it seems I can't even execute "Logitech Control Center Daemon. I have tried everything on this page and I only came up with this page in a search that was actually useful, so I thought I would post my fix to this.
Remove Logitech Control Center from Mac OS X System, Resolve Mac Device Drivers Problems
Nothing on this page fixed it for me, BUT all was great advice. What I did was remove using appcleaner. I have OSX Thank You all for posting great advice, I am sure it helps someone. Same problem here..
Would be awesome if someone a bit more tech-savvy than me has any ideas. Have tried everything above without luck: You must log in or register to reply here.
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- Remove Logitech Control Center from Mac system - Howto Guide.
- Logitech Control Center (LCC) includes next apps:.
- Hint Options.
- Logitech Control Center not finding devices?.