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    Driver Support for Logitech Headset
    I just purchased a G930 wireless headset from Logitech to find it has no drivers for OS X. It still works fine as a wireless headset, but I would like to be able to use the programmable G-keys. On the side of the headset their are 3 buttons and they are all pre programmed to have the functions play/pause, backwards and forwards. They work, except I want to be able to reprogram these functions. Does anyone know of a way I could do this? Thank you.

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    Oct 01, 2007
    Lots of people begging Logitech to fully support OSX on their forums. Some posts from 18 months ago, some from very recently. None getting anything back from Logitech except a link to their feedback page.

    My best advice is to return them and select some from a manufacturer with better support.

    Please use the reputation system if you think you've been helped - bottom left of this post

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