Possible to go from FW 1.4 to 1.2 ?
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    Default Possible to go from FW 1.4 to 1.2 ?

    As the topic title says, is this possible ?

    edit; if so, can somebody upload that firmware for me?
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    Yes. It probably mentions the method in one of the videos here: http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=18181
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    I allready saw that, but i don't want to press any buttons before i start up the VCI. I just want the firmware 1.2 integrated into the VCI, no 1,3 or 1,4 in it.

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    ok... mind if I ask why?

    I don't know where you'd find it, but if you did you'd need to have a firmware chip and follow the same process as you do to install FW1.4.
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    Well, i don't like the 1.4 firmware. The DJTechtools TSI is so complicated with 4 decks and all that extra's. I just want a basic 2 deck TSI for a FW1.4 VCI, but i cannot find it, anywhere.

    So i thought, let's put 1.2 on it, load the VCI-100 TSI from Traktor itself, and we are ready to go.

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    There are a lot of problems with the 1.2 firmware like control duplication etc. The DJTT tsi is pretty complex, but with a little time you can learn it inside out (my friend has a VCI with 1.4FW but no overlay and I know where everything is without needing labels). I don't use decks C&D, you can just ignore them. Honestly, the possibilities are so much greater with the DJTT tsi than with the standard one.
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    I know the benefits of the newest FW1.4 but the joghweels won't be working when i map them myself. If somebody can make a TSI with _only_ the jogwheels, it's no problem anymore. The rest i will map myself

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    Just copy the commands from the DJTT tsi.
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    Well, that's the whole problem. I don't understand a shit of it
    So if you can help me a little a just put all that DJTT trash away, and leave the jogwheel settings, u are my man!

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    The Jogwheel and pitch fader mapping was posted in the VCI support forum. Do a search and you'll find it.
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