At this point, you have set up the CAT-DEV hardware, established communications between the host PC and the CAT-DEV, installed everything, set the default device, and paired the GamePad with the CAT-DEV.
When you turn your CAT-DEV on and press the POWER Button on the front, the blue ON light illuminates but nothing happens on your TV or monitor. This is because a CAT-DEV, right out of the box, is not configured to work without being attached to the host PC. While you may change this, we will not worry about it for now.
Right now, we will start up the CAT-DEV using the host PC and load the System Config Tool. The System Config Tool helps you pair your GamePad to the CAT-DEV, adjust system settings, and perform various other functions.
cafex_env.bat. The Windows CMD shell opens.
cafex on, and then press ENTER. The blue ON light illuminates, and the Wii U logo appears on the TV screen. After a few seconds, the System Config Tool is displayed.
The System Config Tool may be navigated with a variety of controller types:
The System Config Tool starts in the Japanese language by default. Use the +Control Pad on any of the above controllers to highlight the Language option, and then press the A Button to select the option, and then use the +Control Pad to find your desired language. For more information about how to use the System Config Tool and the available options and settings, see System Config Tool.
Similar to starting up the CAT-DEV, shutting down the CAT-DEV is done on the host PC. It is recommended that you exit applications and shut down the system as follows:
cafex_env.batsession, press CTRL-C to break the terminal connection.
cafex stop, and then press ENTER.
2015/02/03 Added 'language' term.
2014/05/12 Sync with QSG.
2013/11/25 Initial version.