How can I turn off light of MiPad 2 capacitive buttons? (WINDOWS)

How can I turn off light of MiPad 2 capacitive buttons? (WINDOWS)

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  • #48959
    Martin Fóka
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    Hi guys,

    capacitive back-lit buttons are driving me crazy.
    Could you help me turn the light of backlit home keys off?

    I would be grateful if you could help me.

    #48964
    Chris G
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    Sorry to say that I never found a way to do that. Love to know this too.

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    #48970
    Jiří Škorpil
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    • Posts: 8

    I did clean install and now buttons doesn’t light. 🙂

    #49014
    Martin Fóka
    Participant
    • Posts: 10

    How could I do the clean intall?
    1. enter BIOS
    2. erase disk
    3. install windows 10 from usb
    4. install the drivers – where can I find the drivers?

    What are the disadvantages of reinstalling windows?
    Could Chris try it first?

    #49024
    Martin Fóka
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    • Posts: 10

    This method doesn’t work. I think that I will have to do the clean install.

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    #49338
    Martin Fóka
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    • Posts: 10

    SOLVED:
    You can turn off capacitive buttons of MiPad 2 (Windows).
    You just have to uninstall a driver.

    #50446
    Arjen
    Participant
    • Posts: 2

    But, which one?

    #50450
    Martin Fóka
    Participant
    • Posts: 10

    There are two ways of doing that.

    1. Clean install (Windows 10) + do not update:
    Device manager -> Human Interface Devices -> I2C HID Device

    2. Uninstall:
    Device manager -> Human Interface Devices -> *HID Focal Tech

    *I do not recall the driver name. It is called something like HID Focal Tech
    If you will give me the screenshot of the Human Interface Devices I can tell you which driver you should uninstall.

    #50453
    Arjen
    Participant
    • Posts: 2

    That did it, thanks! It’s HID Focal tech touch and after disabling it, the entire touchscreen stops working, but after a reboot touch works, but without the annoying lights!

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