I pre-ordered BL3. As soon as it came out I set up a custom profile in the Logitech G HUB. I discovered to my delight that the game supports (supported?) some kicka** lighting integrations. Fast forward a couple of weeks. An official Borderlands 3 Profile is released for G HUB users. However, while my keybindings and stuff worked fine, the lighting integrations are gone. I’ve searched high and low through G Hub and haven’t found a way to restart the integration support. Ideas?
I was able to tie the integration to the official Borderlands 3 profile by doing the following:
- Navigate to C:\Users<your_username>\AppData\Local\LGHUB\integrations_config\ (one of these folders contain the integration for Borderlands 3)
- Go through each of the folders (mine was in the folder titled a7463f78117ff7d3) and review each config.json for “name”: “Borderlands 3” (line 30)
- Once you find the right config.json, take note of the “supportedApplicationIds”.
- Navigate to C:\Users<your_username>\AppData\Local\LGHUB and open the settings.json.
- Press Ctrl + f and search for Borderlands.
- Find the “applicationId” that matches the “supportedApplicationIds” which was noted earlier. This ID corresponds to the custom app that was added.
- Search for:
“applicationFolder”: “C:\Program Files\Epic Games\Borderlands3\” and you’ll come across the official version with its own “applicationId”.
- Take note of the “applicationId” and go back to the config.json from earlier.
- Replace the two “supportedApplicationIds” with the one that was noted from the official version.
- Quit G HUB and save the config.json.
- Relaunch G HUB and it should now be tied with the integration (the custom app will no longer have the integration).
First, thank you for such a well laid out, in depth tutorial for how to fix this issue. I appreciate it. Second, I’m sorry to report that going through the steps doesn’t seemed to have helped. I followed the steps exactly, and GHUB is still prioritizing custom lighting over game controlled lighting. I did double check to make sure I have the “Allow games & applications to control illumination” checked.
In G HUB click the profile under ACTIVE PROFILE. Under Games & Applications click on BORDERLANDS 3. You should see a section for INTEGRATIONS:
If you click on this, it should say Borderlands 3 with the option to disable it. Click the integration for the option to enable it:
Hopefully this helps.
EDIT: Deleted previous post in light of new info
UPDATE: Yeah, I fail at IT. I did a system reboot for a update for a different program. Full keyboard integration has been restored. Thank you so much for your help.
No prob. Glad you were able to get it to work.
Thanks @Nextbeat – I just installed from Steam and had it on my non-main drive (D:), so this guide helped me get it to work with the official profile.