Hello, trying to use my Logitech G29 though VH. However, when I'm using it on my Nvidia Shield TV Pro 2019 Model, while using Game Stream and VH to pass through USB, the wheel does not calibrate properly.
When I connect the wheel to the Shield TV, it calibrates as expected, and the force feedback feels normal, applying a light feedback within just 1-2* of rotation. However, once I take control of the device on my desktop, it goes through it's normal self calibration again, and the degree input is all wrong. When I turn the wheel 90* in either direction, there's zero force feedback. Anything beyond that, and the wheel is applying full feedback and extremely hard to turn, as if at full lock. If I open the Logitech Gaming Software, and look at the wheel input, it shows that just turning the wheel that initial 90* where there's no feedback, is inputting it as making the wheels full 450* rotation in either direction. Pedals, H Shift and all button work fine though.
I've tried manually calibrating it via Control Panel>Devices and Printers>Logitech G29, but it still is only seeing the 90* input in that menu.
However, the wheel works perfectly fine in every other situation I've tested it in.
It works fine when connected locally to the desktop PC (I've owned the wheel for about a year and have never had issues with it. PC is also very new, 3600X CPU, 2060 KO, 32GB, 1TB NVMe, etc)
It works fine when connected to my Nvidia Shield and not passed through VH.
It works fine when connected to my laptop, running Win10 21H1. I can also use VH on my laptop to pass it through to my desktop, and the wheel works fine there. I've tested this in game, and it works fine. A fine temporary work around, but not a solution.
It also works on my SteamLink with VH, however, due to it's slow processor, it's not an option. That's literally the reason I purchased the Nvidia Shield, because my house caused lag at 500hz input.
I've tried multiple different combo's of connecting the wheel. Via a USB3 hub, directly connected to a USB port on the shield, restarting the PC while the wheel was connected via VH, with auto start and auto use device enabled, restarting the Shield with everything connected, reinstall the app in all locations multiple times, with reboots in between, etc.
VH works fine with everything else, on every platform. I use a Logitech Extreme3D flight stick, a Logitech G602 mouse, a Corsair K63 keyboard, and some other various devices from time to time. Usually a very good experience.
My entire network is hardwired where the devices support it, via a 48 port HPE gigabit switch. I did however, test via Wifi and the same thing happens. Using a Ubiquti AP.
I'm not providing any logs, as I figured I'd way to see what specific logs you might want. One other point worth noting. When attempting to calibrate the wheel via the Control Panel method, I can see the input degree sent in the 16-bit digit (65536) and it's completely different from when it's working properly. i.e. - when working and the wheel is turned, there's only a few bits showing as input. However, when connected via Sheild/VH, a slight input shows a massive change in the bit input.