Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Can you help me? I do not understand how to use this program.

    A: You can find a guide here. If this guide can't help you feel free to contact us over Discord here.

  • Q: Can this give me a ban in a video game?

    A: Support for all included games is tested to be sure not to trigger any anti-cheats or produce any suspicious behavior. With that said, the software is to be used at your own risk. We cannot prevent game developers from adding anti-cheats or blocking ways Aurora retrieves information from the game.

  • Q: Are you going to support more devices?

    A: Yes, we are going to support anything that has an SDK.

  • Q: I can't find an option for my Device in the settings!

    A: Those listed are purely different layouts, if your device is made by a brand that is supported, try selecting a device that has a similar layout to yours and see if that works! If not, check if the integration is connected under 'Device Manager', if you can't get it to connect, check if there is an issue open for your device, if not, feel free to open one.

  • Q: Are you going to support more games?

    A: Yes, we will be looking into requested games. You can suggest/request game support here.

  • Q: Are you open to doing collaborations with other RGB projects or game companies?

    A: Definitely! If you have a project that you think can fit Aurora, feel free to send me an e-mail, iamnotaspy[ at ]

  • Q: I would like to request support for a game, how do I do that?

    A: You can make suggestions by posting an issue here, outlining what you would like to request, and I will look over it.

  • Q: Some keys in the program state that they are not supported. What does this mean?

    A: It means that changes to those keys are not currently possible. When it's possible to change those keys via SDK, then their support will be added.

  • Q: Aurora is constantly crashing! Help!

    A: You can report crashes and other issues on Github. Please include a brief explanation of how to reproduce the crash and include the most recent log file. Log files can be located in %appdata%/Aurora/logs directory or by going to Settings -> Debug -> "Show Logs Folder".

  • Q: I have found a bug. How do I report it?

    A: You can report bugs here, by creating a new Issue here. Before posting an issue, please try and see if there is an issue the same as yours that has already been posted, if not, then feel free to post a new one.

  • Q: I wish to expand this, fix bugs, and add my own features.

    A: Feel free to fork this repo and make pull requests with your own code. I am open for suggestions for both features and optimization. :)

  • Q: What is the purpose of this utility?

    A: The main goal of Aurora is to allow RGB peripheral devices to work alongside other RGB peripheral devices from other brands. Meaning, if you own a combination of Logitech, Razer, or Corsair peripheral devices, they should be able to work together.

    Secondary goal of Aurora is to integrate RGB lighting into popular games. RGB lighting is a nifty feature that is often underused, and as a result gamers with RGB gear are unable to utilize the lighting effects that they paid for.