Nimbus steelseries checking the battery

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  1. DMjoselito macrumors newbie

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    Hi!
    How do i check the battery life in nimbus steelseries controller?

    When i turn on the hold button always four leds move left to right about 2 seconds to stop to light only the first led. I've charged the controller now and the lights are the same when i turn on the hold button.

    How about yours?

    Thanks
     
  2. Malcster macrumors 6502

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    I believe (i'm not near my ATV to check) that the Remotes & Controllers Settings panel shows the current battery of the attached controllers.. i'm sure it does for the remote, less sure for the nimbus.

    The leds on the front strobe until it picks up a connection with the AppleTV and once this happens it illuminates the appropriate controller id it's been registered too (in your case 'Controller 1' out of 4) this is unrelated to battery life of the controller, i believe this led will flash when battery life is low. (not run mine down yet!)
     
  3. nasa25 macrumors 65816

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    Plug it in and see how many LEDs are illuminated. That'll tell you how much battery life you have left.
     
  4. matrix07 macrumors 68040

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    I'm sure Apple TV will tell you when your controller battery is low, just like in OS X (at least I hope it's working that way :)).
     
  5. DMjoselito thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Siri Remote shows it, but nimbus doesn't.

    In the Nimbus Companion App "IPhone App", there is a help section and explain how to check the battery but it is wrong , it says: " Toggle the Hold stiwtch. LED's will light up indicating battery status. In this expample the controller is 75% charged (the image shows 3 led on). The LEDs will flash left to rigt when the battery is below 20%"
    I don't know what they mean.
     
  6. Che Castro macrumors 603

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