Logitech G502 HERO Driver

Logitech G502 HERO Driver, Software & Manual DOWNLOAD

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Logitech’s G502 Hero has a multitude of features to keep you happy. Its mechanical switches are made of a tough material and are capable of 50 million clicks. The cable is neatly twisted, and its side handles are made of rubber. Its magnetic door weight is adjustable, and the wheel rotates for 10 seconds. And with its USB and SD card compatibility, it’s easy to transfer files between computers and mobile devices.

The G502 hero Gaming Mouse requires drivers to work properly. These drivers must be installed on your computer before you can use it. Double-click the “continue” option in the wizard. Wait for a few minutes until the setup is complete. Once the installation is complete, your G502 hero gaming mouse will be compatible with all of its features. To start the installation process, go to the device’s driver download page.

Besides being compatible with Windows and Mac, the Logitech G502 Hero also supports wireless charging, which allows you to use the mouse with the same charging base as your PC. The mouse is also equipped with on-board memory, so you can store your favorite games in it. The software for the G502 hero is free and can be downloaded from my site logitechelp.com. You can also download the Logitech G502 HERO Driver below.

G502 HERO Gaming Mouse Driver for Windows

Hardware Logitech G502
Category Mouse
File Languages Multi-language
Last Update 2019-02-07
File Size 5 Mb
Version 127.1.7
Operating System Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11

Link Download Logitech G502 Driver for Windows


G502 HERO Gaming Mouse Drivers for Mac

Hardware Logitech G502
Category Mouse
File Languages Multi-language
Last Update 2022-01-25
version 2022.2.659
Size 16 Mb
Operating System macOS 10.15, macOS 11, macOS 12.0

Link Download Logitech G502 Drivers for Mac


Logitech G502 User Manual Download

If the mouse doesn’t work

  1.  Unplug and re-plug the USB cable to ensure a good connection.
  2. Try the mouse USB cable in another USB port on the computer.
  3. Use only a powered USB port.
  4. Try rebooting the computer.
  5. If possible, test the mouse on another computer.

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