Razer USB Devices Driver Download

Posted By admin On 13/10/21

This is the next generation Razer deviceconfiguration tool bringing the Razer gaming experience to the freeOpenSource world.

Some Razer services are impacted and customers may experience longer than expected response time due to the unique circumstances COVID-19 has created. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience during this critical time. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder. (The Google USB Driver is located in androidsdk extras google usbdriver.) Click Next to install the driver. Or, to upgrade an existing Android USB driver on Windows 7 and higher with the new driver: Connect your Android device to your computer's USB port.

The tool architecture is based on 'razerd', which is a background daemon doingall of the lowlevel privileged hardware accesses. The user interface toolsare 'razercfg', a commandline tool; and 'qrazercfg', a Qt based graphicaldevice configuration tool (see screenshot below).

Device nameSupport statusUSB ID
Razer Boomslang CE mouseStable, but missing minor features.1532:0005
Razer Copperhead mouseStable, but missing minor features.1532:0101
Razer DeathAdder Classic mouseStable1532:0007
Razer DeathAdder 3500 DPI mouseStable1532:0016
Razer DeathAdder Black Edition mouseStable1532:0029
Razer DeathAdder 2013 mouseStable1532:0037
Razer DeathAdder Korea PCBang edition mouseStable1532:0038
Razer DeathAdder Chroma mouseStable1532:0043
Razer Diamondback Chroma mouseStable1532:004C
Razer Imperator Classic and 2012 miceDriver exists, but is currently broken1532:0017
Razer Krait mouseStable1532:0003
Razer Lachesis Classic mouseStable, but missing minor features.1532:000C
Razer Lachesis 5600 DPI mouseDriver exists, but is currently broken1532:001E
Razer Mamba (tournament edition) mouseStable1532:0046
Razer Naga Classic mouseStable1532:0015
Razer Naga Epic mouseStable1532:001F
Razer Naga 2012 mouseStable1532:002E
Razer Naga 2014 mouseStable1532:0040
Razer Naga Hex (v1) mouseStable1532:0036
Razer Naga Hex 2014 mouseStable1532:0041
Razer Taipan mouseStable1532:0034
Any other wired, wireless or hybrid wired/wireless Razer mouse not listed hereCurrently unsupported

Razercfg does only offer options for features supported by the actual hardware of the mouse. So if the hardware does not support button remapping for example, razercfg will not offer button options, even if the windows driver does. Button remapping on these devices has to be done by xmodmap, xinput or other X11 tools. One exception is profiles, though. If the mouse does not support profiles in hardware, razercfg will emulate 20 profiles in software.

Device nameSupported features
Razer Boomslang CE mousehP, B*, F, D, L
Razer Copperhead mousehP, B*, F, D, L
Razer DeathAdder Classic mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer DeathAdder 3500 DPI mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer DeathAdder Black Edition mouseeP, F, D
Razer DeathAdder 2013 mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer DeathAdder Korea PCBang edition mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer DeathAdder Chroma mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Diamondback Chroma mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Imperator Classic and 2012 micehP, B*, F, D, L
Razer Krait mouseeP, D
Razer Lachesis Classic mousehP, B*, F, D, L
Razer Lachesis 5600 DPI mousehP, B*, F, D, L
Razer Mamba (tournament edition) mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Naga Classic mouse (wired)eP, F, D, L
Razer Naga Epic mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Naga 2012 mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Naga 2014 mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Naga Hex (v1) mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Naga Hex 2014 mouseeP, F, D, L
Razer Taipan mouseeP, F, D, L
eP= Emulated profiles
hP= Hardware profiles
F= Frequency switching
B= Button remapping
D= DPI switching
L= LEDs switching
*= Not fully supported
  • Q: My buttons don't show up in qrazercfg. What is wrong?
    A: Most likely there is nothing wrong with that. If the menu does not show, your mouse does not have support for internal hardware button remapping. See the supported hardware features table above.
  • Q: But the Windows driver has a button remapping feature. So razercfg should have that, too.
    A: Razercfg is only supposed to configure the hardware. If you want any software remapping of buttons, which is what the Windows driver does, you need other tools. Your search engine will help you.

The following prerequisites are required to start working on a driver for a new device.
You need

  • to be able to understand and write C code.
  • to read the contribution guidelines.
  • the original Razer Windows driver for the device.
  • some way to sniff the USB-traffic of the configuration sequences with the original Windows driver.

If you lack one of these prerequisites, please try to get all of them before contacting me.

Modern mice most likely implement the 'Synapse 2.0' wire protocol or (even more likely) a derivative thereof. That protocol is implemented in librazer/synapse.c. Drivers for mice with synapse protocol are supposed to use that generic code and tell it with feature-flags (enum razer_synapse_features) about slight variations in the wire protocol. See the hw_imperator.c and hw_lachesis5k6.c drivers for examples. New mice most likely require adding more feature flags and modifications to the generic synapse code.

Older devices or device families like the Deathadder for example use their own protocol that differs a lot from Synapse. See the implementations of the individual devices for more information.

Synapse 2.0 Framework is the name of the new Windows driver for Razer devices.
It basically is a one-supports-all solution. One driver for many devices. That's great.
However, what's not to great is the required internet connection, online registration and cloud connection. You guys at Razer, are you serious? A device driver with forced registration and cloud connection? This is ridiculous.
I am not going to play this game. I won't buy any new Razer product that requires an online registration or any sort of internet connection to run the device driver. That also means that I will not work on razercfg support for these devices.

  • razercfg release 0.42 .tar.xz archive
    29 May 2020 / PGP signature
  • Older razercfg releases can be found here.

Latest bleeding edge razercfg can be downloaded using the Git version control system as follows:

or by downloading the razercfg snapshot archive.
To browse the Git repository online, go to the git web interface.
A mirror of the repository is available on GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and on NotABug.org.
If you want to contribute to razercfg, please read the contribution guidelines first.

For information on how to install razercfg see the README.md file that is shipped with razercfg.

Razercfg is stable/production quality software.
That means its features are well tested and the remaining amount of bugs probably is minor. The documentation is not complete.

If you find any bugs in razercfg or if you have any suggestion for new features, we would like to hear from you.
Your help is greatly appreciated and will help to create better software and improve the overall experience for everybody. So don't hesitate to report anything that that limits your razercfg usage.

  • Please file an issue at Github
  • Alternatively you may send your report via e-mail

If you have got any code improvements or other improvements that should be merged into the project, please send such enhancements to the razercfg maintainer.

  • Please send a pull request via Github
  • or alternatively send any patches to the project via e-mail

Please read the contribution guidelines first.

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