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Razer Synapse 3 Gaming Software Guide – How to use

What is Razer Synapse?

Razer Synapse is software released by Razer designed to configure and customize Razer’s hardware line up. If you want to customize your Razer DeathAdder profiles, set key binds on your BlackWidow Elite you’re going to need to use Razer Synapse to do so.

Razer Synapse was first released in 2011, with a second major version (Synapse 2.0) already out and a 3.0 beta version publicly available.

Razer Synapse Download

You can download Razer Synapse 3 here: https://www.razer.com/ca-en/synapse-3

How to update Razer Synapse

Synapse will regularly check for updates and notify you of an available update. If you wish to manually check for updates, you can go into the settings menu and find the “Check for Updates” button.

Supported Devices

Gaming Keyboards

  • Razer BlackWidow Elite
  • Razer Blackwidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed
  • Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Razer Huntsman
  • Razer BlackWidow Lite
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2
  • Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2
  • Razer Ornata Choma
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma Pro
  • Razer Cynosa Chrome
  • Razer Tartarus V2
  •  

Gaming Headsets, Mousepads and Other

  • Razer Blade
  • Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma
  • Razer Goliathus Chroma
  • Razer Firefly Hard Edition
  • Razer Firefly Cloth Edition
  • Razer  Nari Ultimate
  • Razer Nari
  • Razer Nari Essential
  • Razer Nommo Choma
  • Razer Nommo Pro
  • Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit
  • Razer Base Station Chroma
  • Razer Kiyo

How to Use Razer Synapse Software – Features

 

Razer Synapse mouse customization

 

Razer Synapse keyboard customization

The customize tab lets you re-assign any button on your mouse or keyboard to another function, this can be a mouse press, keyboard press, profile switch, the Razer Hypershift fn layer and recorded macros amongst other things.

The performance tab is where you set your DPI of the mouse, pretty simple stuff here, you can set multiple stages as well as each stage’s DPI, I wouldn’t recommend it but you can also set per-axis DPI, if you want your horizontal/vertical axis to be more or less sensitive.

You can also set your polling rate here as well as open up windows mouse settings.

Razer Synapse - Lighting

The lighting tab is where you get all of your RGB goodness, you can pick up from a selection of quick effects including;

  • Breathing
  • Fire
  • Reactive
  • Ripple
  • Spectrum Cycling
  • Starlight
  • Static
  • Wave

With Chroma Studio you can build your own lighting effect profiles or download community created ones from Razer, there’s also a reddit community that actively shares Chroma profiles at /r/ChromaProfiles.

How to import Chroma Profiles into Synapse

  • Open Synapse
  • ​Go to dashboard​
  • Click on your keyboard or mouse
  • ​Go to the lighting tab
  • Click on advanced to open Chrome Studio
  • At the top there’s a drop down menu called “chroma effect”
  • To the right of that is 3 dots.
  • Click the 3 dots then hit import
  • Locate the .ChromaEffects file you downloaded and hit okay

Lastly, on the calibration tab, you can add your surfaces and your mouse calibrate with your mouse pad, from here you can also set your lift off distance, generally as a default, try going for a low LOD.

Razer Synapse Modules

Razer Synapse 3 is built from the ground up to support modular plugins so that you don’t have a huge piece of software running unless you need the features, currently the two main modules for Synapse are the Macro recording module and the Chroma Studio module, you must install these modules to enable macro recording and custom Chroma profiles.

Here are all the available modules for Synapse:

  • Alexa: Turns your Razer laptop into an Alexa smart device
  • Chroma Studio: Set up custom lighting
  • Philips Hue: Sync your Razer Chroma to Hue bulbs
  • Chroma Connect: Integrate RGB with other apps and games
  • Chroma Visualizer: Sync your RGB with games and music
  • Macro: Program sequences to execute at the push of a button
  • Nanoleaf: Sync Nanoleaf with your Razer light settings.

Razer Synapse – troubleshooting

Razer Synapse not opening

From Razer’s site:

Please be sure your OS (Operating System) and Razer Synapse 3 are up to date with all the latest updates.

  • To obtain all the latest updates to Synapse 3 please unplug any Razer peripherals from your system.
  • Once your devices are unplugged you should be able to open Razer Synapse 3 and you will be able to follow the steps below.
    • If you are not able to open Razer Synapse 3, please uninstall Synapse 3 from your system and reinstall the latest version of Synapse 3 here.
  • From there, please click on the “gear icon” in the upper right corner of Razer Synapse 3.
  • Then click on “About”.
  • Then select “Check for Updates”.

If this doesn’t work, double check that your device is compatible with Synapse 3, you might have to use Synapse 2 if you’re using an older Legacy device.

Failing that, a clean uninstall and reinstall of the latest version of Synapse is your best bet, use something like Revo Uninstaller to insure a clean install.

Razer Synapse not detecting mouse, keyboard or headset

First and foremost, check that your device is compatible with Synapse 3, you might have to use Synapse 2 if you’re using an older device.

If your device is a compatible one, it’s time to check on the USB connection, make sure the wire isn’t damaged and try several USB ports.

If you USB connection is healthy, the next step is to reinstall Synapse.

If Synapse is updated and good to go, you can try to reinstall drivers.

  1. Uninstall Synapse
  2. Press Windows + R, type “devmgmt.msc” in the dialogue box and press Enter.
  3. In device manager, open the drop downs for keyboards and mice, right click each entry and click uninstall device Uninstall drivers if your mouse isn't being detected
  4. Restart and install Synapse again

If all that fails it might be time to contact Razer support.

How to uninstall Razer Synapse

In Windows 10, click the start menu and search for “Add or Remove programs”, launching that will open a dialog, in there you can find Razer Synapse and click the uninstall button.

How to uninstall Razer Synapse

Razer Synapse 3 vs Razer Synapse 2

Razer Synapse is the third version of Razer’s unified hardware configuration tool. It’s mainly a user experience update, you can configure devices just as well in Synapse 2. Synapse 3 features fewer devices than Synapse 2, but that will change as Razer continues to add support for more legacy devices.

Both Synapse version have access to Chrome studio and profiles.

Synapse 2 is currently more stable and tested, though from my experience so far, Synapse 3 doesn’t seem unstable. Synapse 3 is currently only available on PC, Synapse 2 is available on PC and Mac.

 

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Razer Synapse is our unified configuration software that allows you to rebind controls or assign macros to any of your Razer peripherals and saves all your settings automatically to the cloud. No more tedious device configurations when you arrive at LAN parties or tourneys, as you can pull them from the cloud, and get owning right away.

Maximize your unfair advantage with Razer Synapse 3, the unified hardware configuration tool that takes your Razer device to the next level. Get access to advanced options and granular control as you rebind buttons, assign macros, personalize device lighting and more.

Hybrid On-Board and Cloud Storage

Rebind buttons, assign macros, and automatically save all your profile configurations to the cloud. And if you’re going to use a computer without internet or Razer Synapse 3 installed, save up to 4 profiles to have on hand via the devices’ on-board storage.

All-New User Experience

Redesigned from the ground up with a refreshing interface and modular installation capabilities, Razer Synapse 3 features a revamped dashboard with easy access to your device configurator, macro configurator, warranty registration and more.

Advanced Macro Capabilities

Bring powerful macros to your favorite games with Razer Synapse 3. Easily create a string of complex button presses, and then precisely execute game-winning combinations with a single click.

Razer Hypershift

Simply press a single button to temporarily unlock a secondary set of functions on top of your existing button assignments, effectively doubling the number of customizable buttons on your device.

Razer Chroma RGB

Make your desk a canvas with the lighting effects in Chroma Studio or create your own and sync up your devices, games and platforms with Chroma Connect. For a truly immersive experience while gaming or listening to music, activate your Chroma Visualizer and let it take control of your lighting.

Philips Hue

Razer Chroma and Philips Hue now bring reactive lighting to your gameplay through the Philips Hue module in Synapse. Illuminate your room with the customizable lighting effects in Chroma Studio and watch your lights come to life.

Amazon Alexa

Let your voice take total control by using Amazon Alexa module in Synapse. Intuitively manage profiles, switch between lighting effects, and give commands directly to Alexa while gaming.

Compatible products for Windows:

  • Razer Abyssus Elite D.Va
  • Razer Abyssus Essential
  • Razer Abyssus Lite
  • Razer Atheris
  • Razer Atheris Stormtrooper Edition
  • Razer Base Station Chroma
  • Razer Base Station Chroma Quartz
  • Razer Basilisk
  • Razer Basilisk Essential CrossFire Edition
  • Razer Basilisk Essential
  • Razer Basilisk Quartz
  • Razer Basilisk Ultimate
  • Razer Basilisk Ultimate (no dock)
  • Razer Basilisk V2
  • Razer BlackWidow
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Call of Duty: Black Ops III Edition
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Deus Ex
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Origin PC Edition
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Overwatch
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Stealth
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition Quartz
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition Stealth
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition V2 (Orange Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition V2 (Yellow Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition V2
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma Tournament Edition
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 (Orange Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 (Yellow Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma
  • Razer BlackWidow Elite (Orange Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Elite (Yellow Switches)
  • Razer BlackWidow Elite
  • Razer BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Edition
  • Razer BlackWidow Lite
  • Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Gold
  • Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Gunmetal
  • Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Mercury
  • Razer BlackWidow X Chroma
  • Razer BlackWidow V3: Tenkeyless (Yellow Switch)
  • Razer Blade 15" (2018) - Advanced Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (2018) - Base Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (Early 2019) - Advanced Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (Mid 2019) - Advanced Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (Late 2019) GTX1660 - Base Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (Late 2019) - Advanced Model
  • Razer Blade 15" (Late 2019) - Studio Edition
  • Razer Blade 15” Base (2020) | RZ09-0328x
  • Razer Blade 15" Advanced (2020) | RZ09-0330x
  • Razer Blade 15" Studio Edition (2020) | RZ09-0330Q
  • Razer Blade Pro 17" (Early 2019)
  • Razer Blade Pro 17" (Late 2019)
  • Razer Blade Pro 17 (Early 2020| RZ09-0329 - Core i7-10875H, RTX Edition)
  • Razer Blade Stealth 13" (Early 2019)
  • Razer Blade Stealth 13" (Late 2019)
  • Razer Blade Stealth 13" - Quartz Pink Model
  • Razer Blade Stealth 13” (2020) | RZ09-0310
  • Razer Book 13” (2020) | RZ09-0357
  • Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit
  • Razer Chroma PC Case Lighting Kit
  • Razer Core X Chroma
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma CrossFire Edition
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma Pro
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma
  • Razer Cynosa Lite
  • Razer Cynosa V2
  • Razer DeathAdder Elite Destiny 2
  • Razer DeathAdder Elite Overwatch
  • Razer DeathAdder Elite SKT T1 Edition
  • Razer DeathAdder Elite
  • Razer DeathAdder Essential White
  • Razer DeathAdder Essential
  • Razer DeathAdder V2
  • Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini
  • Razer Firefly Cloth Edition
  • Razer Firefly Hard Edition
  • Razer Firefly Hyperflux
  • Razer Firefly
  • Razer Firefly V2
  • Razer Goliathus Chroma
  • Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma Quartz
  • Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma
  • Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma Gears of War Edition
  • Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Razer Huntsman Quartz
  • Razer Huntsman
  • Razer Huntsman Mini
  • Razer Huntsman Gears of War Edition
  • Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition
  • Razer Jugan
  • Razer Kiyo
  • Razer Kraken BT Kitty Edition
  • Razer Kraken BT Sanrio Limited Edition
  • Razer Kraken Kitty Edition
  • Razer Kraken Tournament Edition
  • Razer Kraken Ultimate
  • Razer Kraken X USB
  • Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Gun Metal
  • Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Mercury White
  • Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Quartz Pink
  • Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition
  • Razer Lancehead Wireless
  • Razer Lancehead
  • Razer Laptop Stand Chroma
  • Razer Mamba Elite
  • Razer Mamba + Hyperflux
  • Razer Mamba Tournament Edition
  • Razer Mamba Wireless
  • Razer Mamba Wireless Gears of War Edition
  • Razer Naga Chroma
  • Razer Naga Hex V2
  • Razer Naga Trinity
  • Razer Naga Pro
  • Razer Nari
  • Razer Nari Essential
  • Razer Nari Ultimate
  • Razer Nari Ultimate Overwatch Lucio Edition
  • Razer Nari Ultimate PewDiePie
  • Razer Nommo Chroma
  • Razer Nommo Pro
  • Razer Ornata Chroma Destiny 2
  • Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Razer Raptor
  • Razer Ripsaw HD
  • Razer Seiren Emote
  • Razer Tartarus V2
  • Razer Turret for Xbox One
  • Razer USB Audio Controller
  • Razer Viper
  • Razer Viper Mini
  • Razer Viper Ultimate
  • Razer Viper Ultimate (no dock)
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Sometimes it feels like, no matter where you look, PC gaming equipment is festooned with RGB lighting. If you use Razer gear, however, there’s an easy way to control it.

If you’re not a fan of gaming’s fascination with multicolor lighting, then I’m going to show you how to shut off all of the LEDs on your Razer hardware. If youare a fan of RGB lights like I am, I’m going to show you how to control any new Razer peripheral that’s compatible with Chroma, Razer’s LED-syncing technology that supports a total of 16.8 million colors. And don’t worry: there are more guides in the works for other PC gaming peripheral brands.

This guide will walk you through how to turn Chroma on and off, apply the default presets, use the Chroma Studio, and create your own mini light shows on your keyboard, headset, mouse, gaming mat, or any other Chroma-compatible peripheral.

First, here’s a checklist to get started:

What You’ll Need

  • A Razer Chroma-compatible computer or peripheral
  • Razer Synapse 3, Razer’s hardware management app. (If you are using older hardware that requires Razer Synapse 2, you won’t be able to use the Chroma Studio or similar Chroma effect apps.)
  • A bit of patience

How to Get Started

The first step in controlling your Chroma lighting requires that you download Razer Synapse 3. This is Razer’s official hardware management application for its devices and peripherals, and it’s one of the best apps you can have pinned to your Windows task bar for quicker access.

Once you install Synapse, you’ll be greeted with a login screen where you’ll enter your credentials and arrive at a screen somewhat similar to the one above. If you don’t have an account yet, you can sign up for one.

Razer peripherals vary as to which have the widest variety of Chroma effects and detail. In general, they rank in this order: keyboards and gamepads; mice, headsets, and controllers; stands, docks, and adapters. For demonstration purposes, I’ll test some effects with a Huntsman Elite keyboard, which has per-key RGB lighting and can display a wide variety of Chroma effects.

Change Your Light Presets

  • Using your Synapse 3-compatible Razer keyboard, navigate to and click on the “Lighting” tab.
  • From the “Lighting” tab, you can control brightness (or turn the backlight off completely), set energy-saver modes, and select “Quick Effects” for a preview of the types of light shows you can encounter.
  • Within the “Quick Effects” drop-down menu, you can select any one of the listed effects just to see what they do. I would suggest that you experiment to find out which effects you like most and keep note of those for later.

Prepare to create your own lighting presets

With some experimentation, you can create your own custom effects. You can even use the defaults as the basis for your own. The following instructions outline some of the basic Chroma Studio controls to give you a better understanding of how to work with your custom Chroma effects.

  • Navigate to the “Modules” tab in Synapse 3, and download the “Chroma Studio” module.
  • Wait for the download to finish, then restart the Synapse 3 app. At this point, you can start to experiment with lighting effects within the Chroma Studio.
  • Navigate to the “Lighting” tab for your Razer peripheral. Click on the “Advanced Effects” tab and then on “Chroma Studio.”
  • You’ll be greeted by a layer-based editor and visual representation of all of your connected Razer peripherals. You can highlight specific gear by using the left mouse button and dragging to select.
  • The five icons on the toolbar within the editor include: Selector (for highlighting an area of LEDs), Pen (to draw directly on LEDs using the current effect ), Paint Bucket (to fill an area continuously with the current effect), Move (for positioning devices in the editor), and “remove/trash.”
  • On the left panel, you can see your current effects as well as groups of effects that you’ve created. By grouping effects, you’ll have an efficient and easy way of keeping custom effects organized when you assign them to different peripherals. The left panel list also includes the “Add Group,” “Duplicate Effect,” and “Delete Effect” buttons. You’ll be using these three to quickly manage, group, or delete any effects you’ve created.
  • If you scroll down on the left sidebar, you’ll also find an “Add Effects” group of preset effects, similar to the ones you saw in “Quick Effects” earlier.

Keep in mind that different effects have different custom settings that you can take advantage of. For example, “Spectrum Cycling” can have its duration and colors altered, “Starlight” can have its speed and density changed, and “Wheel” can have its direction, center point, speed, and playback of colors changed. There’s a lot of room for customization.

Create your own lighting presets

  • In the case of the Huntsman Elite keyboard, I’m going to create my own take on the “Fire” effect. First, highlight the keyboard by clicking the left mouse button and dragging it over.
  • Next, select the “Fire” effect from the left-hand sidebar. Once selected, you’ll notice the right sidebar has a “Hot” and “Cold” option. This is your opportunity to play with color combinations. In this example, I’ve selected a deep blue as the “hot” color and an off-white for “cold.”
  • Once you’ve made your color selections, hit the green “Save” button on the bottom right. Your changes should appear on your peripheral.
  • At this point, you can duplicate the effect to apply it to other Chroma-enabled and Synapse 3-compatible devices. You can also right-click on the effect to change its name, duplicate it, or delete it to start fresh.

Importing / exporting custom Chroma Profiles

If you want, you can also share your own custom Chroma profiles with friends or on the web. Navigate to the name of your Chroma profile in the top center of the window, right above the layer-based editor’s toolbar.

If you’d like to share your profile with other members of the Razer community, you can do so from various subreddits and online communities, such as Razer’s own Chroma Workshop portal.

  • To start, click the ellipses located on the right side of the profile name.
  • From the drop-down that appears, select “Export.”
  • Select the checkbox with the specific profile you’d like to export, set a filename and save the “.synapse3” file to your desktop.

If you’d like to import and experiment with a Chroma Synapse 3 profile that you found, just select the same ellipses drop-down menu from earlier, select “Import,” and look for the relevant file on your computer.

Now, you should be able to control your Chroma lighting for all of your Razer peripherals, create custom effects, share them with others, and import cool ones you’ve found on the internet.

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Razer Synapse 2 vs 3 – Complete User Guide 2021

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If you are having trouble aligning your Razer’s hardware then Razer Synapse 2 vs 3 is the ultimate solution.

The company has specifically designed and launched this software to help users set, change, customize, and configure Razer hardware.

  • Did You Know? Razer Synapse 2.0 was launched in 2011 shortly followed by version 3.0.

Although the program has become quite popular, there are many customers who still have trouble working their way around it. That’s why we thought about providing you with a complete guide on how to update and trouble Razer Synapse 2 vs 3.  

How Does Razer Synapse Work?

You can easily download the software by visiting their official website. Moreover, the program needs updating whenever it is available online. Synapse will let you know itself or you can manually check for updates.

Here’s how that works:

  • Locate and click on the Settings menu.
  • Click on “Check For Updates”.
  • Hit the Install button if it is available.

Now that your software is ready to go, you need to check whether your device is compatible with it or not.

Again we would suggest that you visit their webpage online and confirm the list of supported devices. Next, the following are the actions that you can perform with Razer Synapse.

Assign Tasks To Device Keys

If your mouse or keyboard is supported by Synapse, you can use the software to assign tasks to any button of your liking. This includes mouse buttons, keyboard presses, Hypershift FC layer, changing or switching profiles, etc.

Change DPI Using Performance Tab

On the main bar, you can select Mouse and then choose to visit the Performance Tab. Here, you can change the DPI levels of your mouse that controls its sensitivity. Furthermore, you can select whether the device should more sensitive horizontally or vertically.

Adjust RGB In Lightning Tab

The lighting tab lets you adjust the colors and patterns of RGB effects. You can choose from a long list of catchy effects.

Furthermore, the Chrome studio lets you create lighting effects of your own liking. It can be completely customized or downloaded from prepared effects on the Razer community online.

Attention! If you wish to use Chroma profiles, you can access the lighting tab from the Synapse dashboard and click on Advance Chroma Studio.

Here, press Chroma Effect and click on the 3 dots present towards the right of the screen. Select ChromaEffects file. And hit download.

Impeccable Calibration Tab

The calibration tab lets you add different surfaces that your mouse works on. You can also calibrate the mouse use with these surface and choose the lift-off distance.

Supports Modular Plugins

One of the major differences between Razer Synapse 2 and 3 is that the later version supports modular plugins. This would control the extent that the software is working when some of its portions are not in use.

Currently, Razer Synapse 3.0 offers two types of modules: the Macro recording module and the Chroma Studio module. You have to download these modules separately to make them work.

Razer Synapse 2 vs 3 – Quick Overview

Razer Synapse 2.0 was launched in 2011 shortly followed by version 3.0. The third version proved to be an efficient upgrade of the previous unified hardware configuration tool. The update was primarily made to enhance the user experience.

Although you can configure devices using Synapse 2.0 as well, version 3.0 provided more support for legacy devices. However, the older software is still regarded as the more stable version as it has been extensively testing through testing and experience.

Synapse 3.0 is also not stable but it is not yet backed up by wide use and testing. Furthermore, this version is only available on PC whereas Synapse 2.0 is compatible with PC and Mac.

Some Common Problems and Troubleshooting Hacks

The only trick to avoid any issues with the software is to ensure it is updated at all times.

In order to do that, you have to eliminate all the devices connected to Razer Synapse. This will let you open the program after which you can perform the following steps to successfully update the software.

Note! If you are having trouble opening Razer Synapse 3 then it is best to uninstall the program and install the latest version again. Make sure you are using the official, reliable website and sources for installation.

  • Locate the gear icon on the screen. It would be present on the top right corner. Click on it.
  • Then press the “About” tab.
  • Click on “Check for Updates”.

This would automatically let you access any update that is available for the software. Some users have pointed out problems in performing this method only to find out that their device was not compatible with version 3.0. Double-check before you being the task of updating the program.

  • Another common issue that users have come across is the failure of the software to detect the connected device i.e. mouse, keyboard or headset.

Most of the time, the compatibility issue can be resolved simply by shifting to Synapse 2.0. This works better with older devices.

Other than that, you can check the USB connection and make sure that there is no issue with the wiring. A damaged USB port can be the reason behind the connection problem therefore you can check with multiple ports instead of relying on just one.

The last resort is to reinstall Synapse or the drivers. Here’s what you need to do:

From the main window, uninstall the version of Razer Synapse that you are using.

  • Next, press the Windows key and R together.
  • In the box that opens, type “devmgmt.MSC”
  • This will let you access the device manager. Click on drop-down boxes for mouse and keyboard.
  • Right-click on each of the connected devices and choose to uninstall.
  • Restart the program and install Razer Synapse again.

Razer Synapse 2 vs 3 – Final Verdict

Razer Synapse can be quite helpful for managing Razer’s hardware. If you still have any issues, the company offers swift customer support so you can get in touch with their representative any day of the week.

Furthermore, you can choose to uninstall Razer Synapse if it’s not needed. Simply click on the start menu and move to the tab that lets you add or remove downloaded programs. When the dialogue box opens, choose Razer Synapse and press the uninstall button.

So, this was our guide for Razer Synapse 2 vs 3. We hope it proves to be useful when you have to use the software next time. Good Luck!

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Razer Synapse

Razer Synapseis unified configuration softwarethat allows you to rebind controls or assign macros to any of your Razer peripherals and saves all your settings automatically to the cloud. No more tedious device configurations when you arrive at LAN partiesor tourneys, as you can pull them from the cloud, and get owning right away.



Features and Highlights

HYBRID ON-BOARD AND CLOUD STORAGE
For personalized settings anytime, anywhere! Rebind buttons, assign macros and automatically save all your profile configurations to the cloud. And if you’re going to use a computer without internet or Razer Synapse 3 installed, save up to 4 profiles to have on hand via the devices’ onboard storage.

ALL-NEW USER EXPERIENCE
Redesigned from the ground up with a refreshing interface and modular installation capabilities, Razer Synapse 3 features a revamped dashboard with easy access to your device configurator, macro configurator, warranty registration, and more.

ADVANCED MACRO CAPABILITIES
Bring powerful macros to your favorite games with Razer Synapse 3. Easily create a string of complex button presses, and then precisely execute game-winning combinations with a single click.

ALL-NEW RAZER HYPERSHIFT
Simply press a single button to temporarily unlock a secondary set of functions on top of your existing button assignments, effectively doubling the number of customizable buttons on your device.

NEXT-GEN CHROMA STUDIO
Make your desk a canvas with the all-new advanced lighting config tool that allows you to create various lighting effects and synchronize across multiple devices while following the exact placement of your devices on your desktop.

SUPPORTED DEVICES
  • The New Razer Blade Stealth 13 – GeForce GTX 1650 – 4K Touch
  • The New Razer Blade 15
  • Razer Blade Pro 17
  • Razer Turret for Xbox One
  • Razer BlackWidow Elite
  • Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Razer Huntsman
  • Razer BlackWidow Lite
  • Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2
  • Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2
  • Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma Pro
  • Razer Cynosa Chroma
  • Razer Tartarus V2
  • Razer Mamba HyperFlux
  • Razer Viper Mini
  • Razer DeathAdder V2
  • Razer Basilisk V2
  • Razer Viper Ultimate
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  • Razer Lancehead
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[Solved] Razer Synapse Not Opening

Razer Synapse is used to control and customize settings regarding your Razer peripheral devices such as Razer mouse, Razer keyboard. However, sometimes you may run into issues like Razer Synapse not opening on your computer

Don’t worry. Many users have been reporting the Razer Synapse not working issue. The good news is you can fix it with this guide. Read on to find how…

Fixes for Razer Synapse not working:

  1. Close Razer Synapse processes
  2. Perform a clean-install for your Razer device drivers
  3. Reinstall Razer Synapse on your computer

Fix 1: Close Razer Synapse processes

The reason why Razer Synapse won’t open is hard to identify because of the unique settings and peripherals you have, but we do know that the app does run.

If you open the Task Manager, you will find the Razer Synapse in the background. Follow the instructions below:

1) On your keyboard, press Ctrl, Shift and Esc keys to open Task Manager.

2) Under the Process tab, right-click any Razer Synapse processes and select End Task.

3) Relaunch Razer Synapse to test your issue. If it still won’t work, then move on the try the solutions below.

Fix 2: Perform a clean-install for your Razer device drivers

If any of your Razer device drivers is old, missing or corrupted, the Razer Synapse may not work.  Follow the easy steps below to ensure you have the correct driver for your Razer devices.

1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R (at the same time) to invoke the Run box.

2) Type devmgmt.msc and click OK.

3) Uninstall all your Razer devices.
They may probably locate under the Razer Device, Human Interface Devices, Keyboards, Mice or other pointing devices sections.

4) Remove all your Razer devices from your computer. Keep them disconnected for around 3 mins.

5) Plug all the Razer devices back in your computer. Windows will reinstall the drivers for your Razer devices automatically.


If Windows fails to reinstall the drivers, however, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy. It’s a tool that detects, downloads and (if you go Pro) installs any driver updates your computer needs.

1) Download and install Driver Easy.

2) Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. Your Razer device drivers are no exception.

3) Click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires the Pro version – you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).

4) Open Razer Synapse to see if it goes without problem. If it’s running well, so great! If unfortunately, you still cannot open Razer Synapse, don’t give up hope, move onto Fix 2 then.


Fix 3: Reinstall Razer Synapse on your computer

This issue might happen if there’s any corruption of Razer Synapse on your computer. In this case, you’ll need to go with the following steps to reinstall Razer Synapse to fix the error:

1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key to bring up the Start menu.

2) Type feature in the Search menu from Start and click Apps & features on the top.

3) Click Razer Synapse, then Uninstall.

4) Go to the official Razer website to download the latest version of Razer Synapse. Install and run the downloaded Razer Synapse to see if it runs without problem.


Have you fixed the Razer Synapse not opening problem? Which method helped? Feel free to comment below with your own experience or for any questions.

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Try to uninstall the app and install it from scratch. I do have a pair of "legacy" Razer devices (Naga Chroma and Tartarus), both "works" (I have to unplug them and plug them back in for the app to identify the hardware and go past a "Please connect a Razer device" message/apply the custom key bindings). I'm currently running their 1.88 code (although 1.87 is the latest Synapse 2.0 you can download from the website, it does update itself after installed).

Still, you might be better looking at replacement hardware: Razer drivers are pretty ancient, not updated since Mojave and already showing messages from Apple about them going to get broken on future updates since Catalina came out last year. Which is sad; I do enjoy having a ton of extra buttons for macros.

 

“Hi, was also having this issue and found a fix. I have a 2019 MBP 16” and noticed that trackpad, internal keyboard, Touch Bar, USB mouse, etc. all stopped working. What fixed it for me was to take all extensions in the /Library/Extensions folder and delete them from that directory and place them on my desktop. I then restarted my computer and once it was done I found that everything started working once again. After this, I placed all of the kext extensions back into the original directory and restarted. Even after placing them all back, everything works as it should :)”

Original post from /u/theolaw on Reddit.

 

Karabiner Elements works for me to replace the Razer Synapse software. I've configured it to map the Naga mouse "1" to "keypad_1" etc. It doesn't let you change the colours or any of the other settings (that I can see) but at least your extra buttons can behave.

 

I had the same problem with my Razer Tartarus game pad. Razer Synapse was unable to detect my device.
I've uninstalled Razer Synapse, and I've installed Karabiner Elements instead. It works like a charm. It's quite easy to configure.

 

So for anyone updating to Big Sur and using a Razer Synapse 2.0 v1.88.20.

After 4 hrs I've got it working.
After update to Big Sur Synapse was loading for me but was not detecting devices.

manually running

will error suggesting to Approveextension via System Preferences.

3rd Party extension popup and Allownever showed up in a pane.

After digging around and looking up Razer TEAMID R2H967U7J8I was able to manually adjust security settings:
  • Boot into Recovery Mode

  • Click the Utilities menu and select Terminal.

  • Execute the following command:

  • Verify that team got added


Should output something like:
Allowed Team Identifiers:
R2H967U7J8
  • Close the Terminal app and restart


After this I was able to execute

Got popupand Allowbutton in System Preferences.
Allowed extension and restarted.

Got my Naga Epic Chroma back in Synapse after reconnecting it.

 

avaddon! your fix works! MY ORNATA LIVES!

 

My Razer Deathadder lags my whole computer WHEN moving it, both on my Mac Mini & my MacBook Air.
I cannot install Synapse just to see if it'll make a difference. I tried what avaddon said, but no avail.

It was working on Catalina.

Video: streamable.com/4gzafu

 

 

You can use Karabiner to replace synapse. It works like a charm with my orbweaver

 

It works well, thank you very much avaddon :)

 

I’m using the terminal in recovery mode and inputting the command:

/usr/sbin/spctl kext-consent add R2H967U7J8

And I get the following output:
/usr/sbin/spctl: No such file or directory

Am I doing something wrong? Trying to get my synapse working for my razer naga chroma mouse, and having the same issue with it not detecting it.


 

Do your Razer mice work on Big Sur? It's slowing my whole computer when moving it around. Dock is unusable!

 

Its not working for me so far....I see:
Allowed Team Identifiers:

R2H987U7J8

iMac-van-Pieter:~ pieter$ 

But then with the other command I see...
Executing: /usr/bin/kmutil load -p /Library/Extensions/RazerHid.kext

Extension with identifiers com.razer.common.razerhid not approved to load. Please approve using System Preferences.
......so frustrating..... what did I do wrong?



 

avaddon's solution works perfectly! Thank you!

 

Managed to get it working with avaddon's solution as well. Though my popup didn't have allow, it just had an Okay and after I pressed it, nothing changed.

Now I get:

"Extension with identifiers com.razer.common.razerhid not approved to load. Please approve using System Preferences."

Sours: https://developer.apple.com/forums/thread/649829


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