Table of Contents
Getting to know your Device
1) Bluetooth Module Cover
Remove the plastic cover to install the Titan Two Bluetooth Module (Sold Separately).
2) Device Status and Memory Slot Display
- Circling up-and-down: Waiting for I/O connections (console, controller, Gtuner IV).
- Solid Number 0: No memory slot loaded.
- Solid Number 1 to 9: Memory slot x loaded.
- AU: Console authentication, connect the correspondent official controller to any available INPUT port.
- E1, E2, E3, … Error code.
3) RGB Lightbar
Fully Programmable true color RGB Lightbar with 16,777,216 color variations.
4) Memory Slot Buttons
Load previous or next memory slot. Press both buttons to unload memory slot. Press and hold both buttons for 2.5 seconds to enter in bootloader mode.
5) USB Port Status LED
- Green: Port in use and active.
- Orange: Port in use, but not active.
- Red: Port error or connected device not supported.
Main input port, the controller connected to this input will have the highest priority over all other input ports (USB and/or Bluetooth).
Suggestion: Connect your preferred gaming controller here.
USB Input port, 3rd level priority.
Suggestion: Connect the console official controller here for authentication and other console specific features, such as controller headset, chatpad, touchpad, motion sensor, etc.
8) External Power Supply Input
Required when the overall power exceeds the maximum power of USB port (2.5W, 500mA); or when using Bluetooth output protocol.
The external power supply is sold separately.
9) Micro-SD Slot
For extended memory slot storage and binary macros capability.
Supported format: FAT32
10) PROG (or INPUT-D with OTG adapter)
Programming port to connect the Titan Two to the computer. Download and install Gtuner IV to configure your Titan Two with Gamepacks and GPC Scripts.
Alternatively, this port can be used as USB Input via OTG adapter, lowest level priority.
11) OUTPUT (or INPUT-C with OTG adapter)
Output USB Port. Use this port to connect the Titan Two to the console. The output protocol can be configured with Gtuner IV, the default value is AUTOMATIC.
Alternatively, this port can be used as USB Input via OTG adapter, 5th level priority.
1. Connect the original controller of the console to the USB port labeled Input-B. An original controller of the console is required for authentication and for console specific features, such as controller headset, chatpad, touchpad, motion sensor, etc.
2. Connect your preferred controller to the USB port labeled Input-A. This controller will have precedence over any other controller connected to the Titan Two, meaning the commands executed on this controller will supersede the commands from the subsequent controllers in the priority chain.
3. With the provided micro-USB cable, connect the Titan Two Output port to the console. Make sure the output protocol configured in the device’s settings is compatible with the console in use. The output protocol can be configured using Gtuner IV.
|All respective status LEDs, for Input-A, Input-B and Output ports, should be green and the numeric display should show the number 0, indicating the Titan Two is operational.|
4. If your Titan Two was previously programmed with Gamepacks, GPC Scripts, Input Translator and/or Binary Macros, you can now press the device’s buttons to load and execute any available memory slot.
|Gamepacks, GPC Scripts, Input Translator and Macros are created, downloaded and/or programmed using Gtuner IV.|
Programming, Configuring and Updating
1. Download and install Gtuner IV:
2. Connect the Titan Two PROG port to computer with the provided micro-USB cable:
|The first time the Titan Two is connected to the computer, the computer will detect a new USB device and automatically install the device drivers.|
3. Run Gtuner IV, the software should automatically detect your Titan Two device. Gtuner IV is the main tool for programming, configuring and updating the Titan Two gaming device.
|Check for updates regularly! Titan Two and Gtuner IV updates introduce new features and provide bug fixes. Be sure to keep your device and software updated so that you don't miss out on the latest features.|
|After step 3, go to menu “Tools” – “Check for Updates…” on Gtuner IV.|
Installing the Bluetooth Module
1. Make sure to unplug all USB cables and external power supply from the device before proceeding.
2. Remove the Bluetooth Module cover. Hold the left and right sides of the Bluetooth Module cover with your fingers and lift up the cover slowly, but firmly.
3. Insert the Bluetooth Module. Align the board-to-board connector of the Bluetooth Module with the matching connector on the Titan Two and gently press down until the Bluetooth Module board is fully inserted.
4. Reassemble the Bluetooth Module cover
|Internal Response Time||between 50µs and 250µs|
|Overall Response Time||between 50µs and console polling interval|
|CPU Architecture||Single-Cycle RISC, 32-bit|
|USB Interface||2.0 High Speed, 480Mbps|
|USB Ports||2x Host + 2x OTG|
|Bluetooth Interface||H4, Low Latency, 4Mbps|
|Bluetooth Virtual Ports||1x Output + 2x Input + 1x Programming|
|Memory Slot||Micro-SD Card, FAT32|
|External Power Supply||7.5V DC, 2A, Positive Internal Pin|
|Maximum Power||1.0W (USB), 1.5W (Ext. Power Supply)|
|Oscillator Freq. and PLL||12MHz, 24MHz, 48MHz and 66MHz|
|Operating Temperature||-5°C to 65°C|