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I would like to be able to manage / edit my patches for my legacy POT XT PRO device. I am seeing there was a tool called Line6 Edit that appears to do what I want. I can't find any evidence if that product still exists anywhere or is usable today? What is the best way for me to manage / edit / configure my XT PRO device patches from a current windows 10 laptop? I am able to open my saved bundle of patches in POD FARM 2.0 but it appears it does not recognize most of the models and it did not seem functional to me.
I've got a Trio+ that I've been using to practice with. Up until I got my XT Pro, I used a Boss GT3 in the effects loop of the Trio+. I can do the same with the XT, but it's rack mounted and I hate to have to run the guitar into the front of the unit. Is there any way I can use the line level input in the back? My guitar needs to run into the Trio+, then a line needs to go from the Trio+ effects loop out to the front of the XT, then the XT signal out goes to the Trio+ effects loop return and a fourth cable goes out to a speaker. Basically what I've heard called the "four cable" setup. Why do I need to run the signal in from the back of the unit? Because it's rack mounted and inconvenient to have to run the signal line to the front of the unit. Everything inside is board mounted, so it's not like I can just swap the input jacks around. I wish it were that easy. Any suggestions on how I can get an instrument input in the rear of my XT Pro?
Why can't I update the drivers on my Bass Pod XT Pro. It is authorized, it did work and now I can only connect analog and not through USB. I feel like this unit wazs stolen from me by not providing drivers that lets the device work the way it was intended. Line 6 Monkey can't find it, but with midi I can update the firm ware but that is all. When it gives the list of drivers to install the bass pod pro xt is not even listed.