You need a newer version of the Lego Fantom Driver.
You can download it here as part of the whole software kit:
If you want JUST the driver on it's own, scroll to the advanced section at the bottom of this page:
And grab the NXT ...
You'll be able to control the 9V motor as an unregulated motor with the similar named motor block, you'll be able to set the speed approximately, but any accurate RPM control is out of the question as there is no feedback pulse signal from the motor to the EV3 telling it how fast it is going.
Also there are some programming quirks with this cable and an EV3, ...
I have the same problem with mine.
Some time ago I had a really bad battery leak, and with some perseverance I managed to clean up the majority of the corrosion using distilled water, white vinegar and a mountain of cotton buds!
Unfortunately, I lost my speaker (The plastic, and thin cables completely destroyed)and I suspect some damage to the contacts along ...
I have been looking around a bit for the same files. I plan to contact Lego/IAR myself to try to find the official source code and development software, and will update this answer when I do. However, I did find some stuff that might help out.
I was able to find a BitBucket repository that appears to have the
source code to firmware 1.29. It can be found ...