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  1. You have to update Pod Go Edit first. But it looks like you have the PC version of PG Edit ....is there a different version for a Mac e.g. compatible with 'Big Sur'.?
  2. Good to know it's only legacy fx that are impacted not HelixFX ,thanks for sharing.
  3. I have only v2.0 USB front and back. As @silverhead mentioned, sometimes front ports are hubbed behind the panel whereas rear ports aren't. Hence why I think rear USB worked for me.
  4. Try putting the delay trails on. It should help when moving between snap shots.
  5. In all honesty, no. The Boss WL20 (WL20L if you have active pickups) would seem to be a way better option - up to 12 hrs playing time, and simpler/tidier, with great reviews. Although both my G10T Mk1's would seem to be functioning at an acceptable level currently (see here:https://line6.com/support/topic/60937-for-all-g10-relay-users-who-are-getting-only-a-few-hours-playing-time-after-chargingyou-might-find-this-interesting/), it's clear that these units are behaving strangely, and frankly you don't need the aggravation with Line 6 if a new unit is not significantly better. And even if it gives 7hrs playing time, that's still only a tad over half of what the WL20 gives.
  6. Also, try resetting Pod Go back to factory settings by pressing foot-switches C&D as you start Pod Go.
  7. I'd suggest the following, but not via the powered hub: 1. uninstalling and reinstalling Pod Go Edit because that's the first thing Line 6 Support will tell you to do. If that doesn't fix the problem then the next thing they'd tell you to do is 2. Create a full back-up, set Pod Go back to factory by pressing foots-witches C&D as you start up Pod Go, then re-install your back up. 3. If the above doesn't solve the issue, raise a Line 6 support ticket to tell them about the problem, but be sure to tell them that you tried a powered hub AND that you've already reinstalled Pod Go Edit AND reset back to factory, and attach a copy of the back up you created so they can test it. However, if you have access to a PC, also try installing Pod Go Edit on that and see if it works properly.
  8. Like so many users of the Line 6 G10 Relay, I had a really good product that lasted around 7.5 to 8hrs between charges but was ruined by the v1.06 update after which it held charge for only 15 minutes. Having raised a ticket with Line 6 customer support, they arranged for collection of my original G10T and replaced it, assuring me that a new G10T should give 5.5 to 6 hrs use between charges. However, the replacement barely lasted 3 hours. So, I complained to Line 6. This time they assured me that they would arrange for a second replacement but that it would be tested before delivery. It was agreed that because of disappointing experience and delays with the first replacement that this needn't be returned as at least it gave me 3 hrs use between charges and I still had a G10T to use at home. The UK distributors confirmed that they had charged the 2nd replacement twice and that it lasted over 6 hrs on each occasion. (These claims seemed somewhat dubious in the very short time they had it from Germany to test before sending to me - I couldn't really envisage someone from a busy firm playing it for 12 hrs over 2 days over a weekend - but hey ho). On receipt I fully charged it but it lasted only 3hrs. This repeated several occasions thereafter. So, I complained again requesting a G10T II that reportedly should last 7 hrs. I was told that Line 6 were not prepared to replace with a G10T II, and to consider a refund I would have to find the original receipt (that was long gone) even though the original was registered with them and returned to them. As you might imagine, I was hopping mad and if Line 6 didn't get this sorted I was genuinely prepared to take it straight to Frank Ritchotte at Yamaha/Line 6 and as an absolute last resort (although I'm pretty confident Frank, who's a great guy, would've sorted it) legal action using the UKs small claims court 'claim for money' facilities. But then a very strange thing happened. Around the 5th or 6th charge, the G10T play time started to increase...4hrs, 4.5, 5.5hrs...and finally worked it's way up to a play time of 6.75hrs, virtually the same as the G10T II. Currently it's been averaging around 6.5hrs. So, being a very fair guy I disclosed this to Line 6 customer support but asked them to keep the ticket open for a month as I wanted to be confident that this would be the new norm. And even stranger - the original replacement G10T playing time started to increase after 6 or 7 chargings. Its now up to 6hrs 37 mins this evening. For those wondering, I time each use with my phone's stop watch and add time cumulatively, so my timings are ultra accurate. I also ensure the G10T is fully discharged before charging. So, my message to all of you fellow G10T users that have been disappointed with your G10Ts performance and perhaps angrily thrown it in the drawer, I'd urge you to retry it. BUT....make sure that you always fully discharge it and not try to do so when it just starts flashing red - I'm finding I get at least an hours playing time, if not more, once it starts flashing. Try your G10T a few times more, because something weird is definitely going on with these batteries and it could revive your G10T. I'm not a techie but perhaps it's to do with battery memory if charging from a non-fully discharged state. I'm not even sure if Line 6 has caught on to this, as I've not seen anything on this anywhere. Hope my experience here might be helpful.
  9. Update: Line 6 told me to re-install.... but I didn't bother. The problem was that the PG Edit doesn't like the front USB ports on my PC. I have a 4-Hub (un-powered) plugged into a USB at the back of my computer, so plugged into that....and works flawlessly! Voxy is a happy bunny again!
  10. Try the update again - make sure you've updated Pod Go Edit FIRST, before updating Pod Go itself. If you are still having difficulties, log a support ticket with Line 6.
  11. What is your signal chain and where do you have reverb in your chain? It should either be at the end of your chain after your amp, cab and any delay, or alternatively for a spring reverb, this can also sound good between the amp and cab. Check that your room reverb doesn't have decay set too high; the stock setting might be too high here and may need turning down.
  12. I'm going straight through the PCs USB inputs, so mains powered by definition.
  13. Might be a silly question but how do I reinstall; do I have to remove PG Edit v1.22 first?
  14. Hi guys, I'm on Windows 7 (64 bit) and whilst v1.21 Pod Go Edit was a tad flakey and would disconnect sometimes, since the upgrade to v1.22 Pod Go Edit I'm finding that's it's massively unstable, temperamental to load and will disconnect regularly. No problems with Pod Go v1.22. Is anyone else having similar problems or know why this might be happening?
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