- Simplified user interface that includes core keystrokes commonly used by software for switch access
- Ability to program one to four keystrokes of your choice
- Integrated USB connection
- Improved 9-pin D connection for joysticks
Issue 1: Hitch is not installing correctly.
- Try connecting the Hitch to a different USB port of your device.
- If using a USB hub, try plugging Hitch directly into your device.
Issue 2: A switch is not working when connected to Hitch 2.0.
- Pay close attention to the mode LED. The LED in the same row/column that you have your switch connected to should flash each time the switch is pressed.
- Try connecting the switch to a different switch port.
- Try a changing to a different mode setting.
- Try connecting a different switch, that you know works, to the same port.
Issue 3: Hitch is not working with my program.
- Ensure the program, as well as the Hitch 2.0, are set to the same function.
- Find or change the functionality for the program so it can respond to mouse or keyboard keystrokes available on the Hitch 2.0.
Issue 4:Hitch is not programming.
- Ensure that the Program Switch is positioned towards the word “Program”.
- Be sure the correct mode for programming is selected. Note: only the bottom row of Hitch 2.0 is available for custom programming (PR1 through PR5).
- Check that the USB keyboard is securely connected to Hitch 2.0’s USB port labeled “Keyboard”.
- Try a different keyboard. AbleNet had tried to ensure most keyboards will work for programming, but it’s always possible that some may not.
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