ATTENTION (common error):
Here we are talking about setup the game to send telemetry data by editing the setup file in ../DOCUMENTS/MY GAMES/ directory and NOT in the game directory.

 


F1 22 PC Steam and XB/PS Console version (API v10)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec hardware)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings
To configure F1 22, launch the game and in Telemetry settings:

– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– set the rate to 60Hz,
do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which is your PC (localhost),
– format: 2022

Notes For XBOX/PlayStation PS5/PS4:
This “REMOTE Management” configuration includes:


– a game console connected to your LAN network
– a PC or laptop (also connected to your LAN) running SLIMax Manager Pro and the F1 22 Console bridge app
– USB dash display connected to your PC or Laptop
– or/and a VDASH-EMU running on Windows or Android Tablet

(VDASH-EMU is recommended so you can put the tablet under the TV to get a clear view of telemetry data during your game session on console)

follow the above instruction to activate telemetry in game but change the IP:
– Enter the IP address (192.168.x.x) of your PC running SLIMax Manager Pro

Check For Update to get the F1 22 Console Bridge app (installed automatically inside the SLIMax Manager Pro directory)
To start a session run the F1 22 Console Bridge on the PC after SLIMax Manager Pro
(find the app inside SLIMax Manager Pro application directory)

 


F1 2021 PC Steam and XB1/PS4 Console version (API v9)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec hardware)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings
To configure F1 2021, launch the game and in Telemetry settings:

– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– set the rate to 60Hz,
do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which is your PC (localhost),
– format: 2021
– set audience to: Restricted

Notes For XBOX/PS4:
This “REMOTE Management” configuration includes:


– a game console connected to your LAN network
– a PC or laptop (also connected to your LAN) running SLIMax Manager Pro and the F1 2021 Console bridge
– USB dash display connected to your PC or Laptop
– or/and a VDASH-EMU running on Windows or Android Tablet

(VDASH-EMU is recommended so you can put the tablet under the TV to get a clear view of telemetry data during your game session)

follow the above instruction to activate telemetry in game but change the IP:
– Enter the IP address (192.168.x.x) of your PC running SLIMax Manager Pro

Check For Update to get the F1 Console Bridge app (installed automatically inside the SLIMax Manager Pro directory)

To start a session run the F1 2021 Console Bridge on the PC after SLIMax Manager Pro
(find the app inside SLIMax Manager Pro application directory)

 


F1 2020 PC Steam and XB1/PS4 Console version (API v8)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec hardware)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings

To configure F1 2020, simply launch the game and in Telemetry settings:

– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– set the rate to 60Hz,
do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which is your PC (localhost),
– format: 2020

Notes For XBOX/PS4:

The IP address (192.168.x.x) is the IP of your PC running SLIMax Mgr Pro and you can use F1 2017 Console Bridge with UDP Format: Legacy or OLD

 


F1 2019 PC Steam and XB1/PS4 Console version (API v7)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec hardware)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings

To configure F1 2019, simply launch the game and in Telemetry settings
– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– set the rate to 60Hz,
do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which is your PC (localhost),
– format: 2019

Notes For XBOX/PS4:

The IP address (192.168.x.x) is the IP of your PC running SLIMax Mgr Pro and you can use F1 2017 Console Bridge with UDP Format: Legacy

 

 


DiRT Rally 2.0  (API v3)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\DiRT Rally 2.0\hardwaresettings\ directory

 


 

F1 2018 PC Steam and XB1/PS4 Console version (API v6)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr Pro manage them)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings

To configure F1 2018, simply launch the game and in UDP settings
– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– set the rate to 60Hz,
do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which is your PC (localhost),
– format: 2018

Notes For XBOX/PS4:
The IP address (192.168.x.x) is the IP of your PC running SLIMax Mgr Pro and you can use F1 2017 Console Bridge with UDP Format: Legacy

 


F1 2017 PC Steam and XB1/PS4 Console version (API v5)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr Pro manage them)

The UDP Settings are now directly available in the game UDP settings

– to configure F1 2017, simply launch the game and in settings
– set Fanatec LED OFF
– set SLI-PRO LED OFF
– set UDP Telemetry to ON
– the rate to 60Hz,
– do not activate Broadcast.
– if the IP is not set then put 127.0.0.1 which your PC (localhost).

Notes For XBOX/PS4:
The IP (192.168.x.x) of your PC running SLIMax Mgr Pro and the Console Bridge must be entered.

For Console XBOX and PS4 version of the game, insert the IP of the PC 192.168.xxx.xxx
(the PC where SLIMax Mgr Pro and F1 2017 Console Bridge are running, see the Console Forum for more info)


DiRT 4 (API v3)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\DiRT 4\hardwaresettings\ directory

 


F1 2016 (API v4)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr Pro manage them)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\F1 2016\hardwaresettings\ directory,

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DiRT Rally (API v3)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\Dirt Rally\hardwaresettings\ directory


F1 2015 (API v4)
(disable native support of SLI-PRO, G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr manage them)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\F1 2015\hardwaresettings\ directory,

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F1 2014 (API v3)
(disable native support of G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr manage them)
Apply the change (red text) below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\FormulaOne2014\hardwaresettings\ directory, sometime it’s necessary to add the line if doesn’t exists.

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>
<led_display nativeSupport="true"/>

and replace with:


<led_display nativeSupport="false" fanatecNativeSupport="false" />
<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="3" />


F1 2013  (API v3)
(disable native support of G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr manage them)
Apply the change (red text) below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\FormulaOne2013\hardwaresettings\ directory, sometime it’s necessary to add the line if doesn’t exists.

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>
<led_display nativeSupport="true"/>

and replace with:


<led_display nativeSupport="false" fanatecNativeSupport="false" />
<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="3" />

 


GRID 2 (API v3)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\GRID 2\hardwaresettings\ directory


Find:
<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>

and replace with:

<motion enabled=”true” ip=”127.0.0.1″ port=”20777″ delay=”1″ extradata=”3″ />


F1 2012  (API v2)

(disable native support of G27 and Fanatec to let SLIMax Mgr manage them)
A:Apply the change (red text) below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\FormulaOne2012\hardwaresettings\ directory, sometime it’s necessary to add the line if doesn’t exists.

 

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>
<led_display nativeSupport="true"/>

and replace with:


<led_display nativeSupport="false" fanatecNativeSupport="false" />
<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="2" />


 

F1 2011 (API v1)
A:Apply the change (red text) below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\FormulaOne2011\hardwaresettings directory

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>

and replace with:


<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="1" />

 


F1 2010 (API v1)
Apply the change (red text) below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\FormulaOne\hardwaresettings\ directory

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>

and replace with:


<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="1" />

 


 

DiRT3 and DiRT2 (API v1)
Apply the change below to your hardware config xml file in
..\Documents\My Games\Dirt3\hardwaresettings\ directory

Find:

<motion enabled="true" extradata="0" delay="1" port="20777" ip="dbox"/>

and replace with:


<motion enabled="true" ip="127.0.0.1" port="20777" delay="1" extradata="1" />

 

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