LED settings

LED settings are a part of the Basic license, and is available during the 7-day trial period.

LED settings

What devices can reWASD work with LED on:
What LED modes are available in reWASD:
  • Solid glow
  • Shimmer
  • Heartbeat
  • Stroboscope
  • Breath
  • Rainbow

Please note, that the LED settings require reWASD Background agent enabled. Make sure to check Preferences — Tray Agent tab.

This tab permits changing the settings for any devices from Work with LED on list that will be connected to this PC with reWASD running. The view of this window will change depending on what device you have chosen to customize.

To turn off LED completely, please open LED settings, choose the controller that you want to turn off LED for, deactivate all the settings, Apply the changes. Then click the icon on the left of the config name (the config you want to apply), and choose None for all the options. Reapply the config, and now LEDs will turn off when you turn remap on.

How to change the LED settings in configs

Each config has LED settings as well, and they override the settings in Preferences. If you wish to customize the way LED behaves when a certain config is applied, click on the colored icon near the name of a certain config, and the following window opens:

LED settings

These settings look similar to the ones in Preferences, and permit changing the Shift switching modes and colors. Change the color (which will apply to DualShock 4 and Razer devices only), change the Mode for LED, pick whether to Loop the LED light. If you want to start over, click Reset to default.


Work with LED on DualShock 4 and DualSense

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Player LEDavailable for DualSense only

Turn Player LED on when: — choose when to activate Player LED.

The next settings are for the Controller is connected option:

Define the player number for: — choose a controller to define the player LED for it.

Player LED — pick the Player LED

Home LED

Enable LED when the battery is low — allows customizing the way LED warns you about low battery. You can change the color, the mode, and whether to loop the warning.

Enable LED when the battery is critical — set up how the LED warns you about the critical battery level. You can change the color, the mode, and whether to loop the warning.

Enable LED when controller is connected — permits to set the color for LED when the gamepad is connected to PC.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode, and each Shift layer has the color assigned to it (which resembles the color of the Shift icon).


Work with LED on DualShock 3 controller

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Player LED

Turn Player LED on when: — choose when to activate Player LED.

The next settings are for the Controller is connected option:

Define the player number for: — choose a controller to define the player LED for it.

Player LED — pick the Player LED

Home LED

Blink when the battery is low — keep this option active to get a warning when the battery is low.


Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Home LED

Enable LED when — allows activating LED when one of these actions happen: Device is connected, Remap is ON, Never.

Blink when the battery is low — will notify you when the controller needs to be charged.


Work with LED on Nintendo controllers

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Player LED

Turn Player LED on when: — choose when to activate Player LED.

The next settings are for the Controller is connected option:

Define the player number for: — choose a controller to define the player LED for it.

Player LED — pick the Player LED

Home LED

Enable LED when the battery is low — keep this option active to get a warning when the battery is low, and customize the way you will be notified about the low battery.

Enable LED when controller is connected — keep this option active if you wish the LED to be active when you connect the controller. You can also customize the brightness for Nintendo Switch Pro controllers, and choose whether to Loop the LED or not.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode.

To turn off LED completely, please open LED settings, choose the controller that you want to turn off LED for, deactivate all the settings, Apply the changes. Then click the icon on the left of the config name (the config you want to apply), and choose None for all the options. Reapply the config, and now LEDs will turn off when you turn remap on.


Work with LED on Nintendo Switch Online controllers

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Player LED

Turn Player LED on when: — choose when to activate Player LED.

The next settings are for the Controller is connected option:

Define the player number for: — choose a controller to define the player LED for it.

Player LED — pick the Player LED


Work with LED on Steam controller

It's important to know, that Steam controller LED is monochrome, so you can adjust the mode for LED, and the brightness for it.

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode, and due to the Steam controller characteristics, only white color is available in this case. You can customize the brightness of LED for different Shift layers.


Work with LED on Razer Keyboards and Mice

Remember, that to use LED in Razer devices, you should install Chroma Connect in Razer Synapse.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode, and each Shift layer has the color assigned to it (which resembles the color of the Shift icon).

Don’t forget to press Apply to save the changes. Press Back to return to the main interface.


Work with LED on Xbox One S / Series X

Please note, that you can adjust Xbox One S LED if you have installed the firmware version 5.11+, and with wired or Xbox Adapter connection.

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Home LED

Enable LED when the battery is low — keep this option active to get a warning when the battery is low, and customize the way you will be notified about the low battery.

Enable LED when controller is connected — keep this option active if you wish the LED to be active when you connect the controller. You can also customize the brightness for Xbox One S / Series X controllers, and choose whether to Loop the LED or not.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode.


Work with LED on Xbox Elite 2

Please note, that you can adjust Xbox Elite 2 LED with wired or Xbox Adapter connection.

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Home LED

Enable LED when the battery is low — allows customizing the way LED warns you about low battery. You can change the color, the mode, and whether to loop the warning.

Enable LED when controller is connected — keep this option active if you wish the LED to be active when you connect the controller. You can also customize the mode for Xbox Elite 2, and choose whether to Loop the LED or not.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode, and each Shift layer has the color assigned to it (which resembles the color of the Shift icon).


Work with LED on Flydigi controllers

Please note, that due to the particular specifics of Flydigi gamepads, you can adjust LEDs on Apex 2, Vader 2 Pro and Vader 2 in Android mode.

Prevent other apps from using LED — permits reWASD to apply the LED settings after you turn remap ON.

Home LED

Enable LED when the battery is low — allows customizing the way LED warns you about low battery. You can change the color, the mode, and whether to loop the warning.

Enable LED when the battery is critical — set up how the LED warns you about the critical battery level. You can change the color, the mode, and whether to loop the warning.

Home LED (Remap)

Enable LED on Remap and Shift changing — adjust the way LED reacts to Slot and Shift change. By default, each slot has different LED mode, and each Shift layer has the color assigned to it (which resembles the color of the Shift icon).


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