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    Hello Thanks for answering. (However my...

    Hello

    Thanks for answering.
    (However my question was from 2016.)

    Paul:
    What I want is to have a button in my application (written in C#) where any dummy user can click on to automatically...
  2. Hello Maybe that this has been changed a...

    Hello

    Maybe that this has been changed a longer time before 1.85.
    I noticed it recently when I updated Teensyduino from an older version.

    But the fact stays that this change is unnecessary and...
  3. Change in new Teensyduino version breaks existing code

    Hello Paul

    In Teensyduino 1.85 you made a change which breaks exsiting sketch code.
    In previous TeensyDuino versions the function Keyboard.send_now() had a bool return value and I wrote in my...
  4. Interesting find out. Stange is only that you...

    Interesting find out.

    Stange is only that you did not find this before.
    Didn't you notice that multitouch does not work on that device before testing your sketches?

    And it comes up the...
  5. @Kurt: > I believe to be more precise Yes,...

    @Kurt:

    > I believe to be more precise

    Yes, you are more precise.
    But still not 100% precise.

    On analog inputs the maximum useful voltage depends on which analog reference you have chosen...
  6. You cannot change a Usage(Contact Identifier)...

    You cannot change a Usage(Contact Identifier) into Usage(Touch)
    This results in a corrupt descriptor that will NEVER work.
    You did not understand at all what the descriptor is defining.
    At the end...
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    New Bug in TeensyDuino 1.41

    Hello Paul

    I discovered a new little bug in TeensyDuino 1.41 which was not there before.

    In my previous TeensyDuino version you have defined the USB version as 2.0.
    Now you wanted to change...
  8. Hello Paul > I am indeed testing with Linux....

    Hello Paul

    > I am indeed testing with Linux. Maybe you're assuming I don't test Linux because I read the only available documentation?

    No.
    I deduced that because it is strange that there is...
  9. @jz11: > and it seems there is some sort of...

    @jz11:

    > and it seems there is some sort of bug there with how the descriptor is being sent,

    The descriptor in your screenshot is not the one from Teensyduino.
    I have no idea where it comes...
  10. Hello Paul I use USBlyzer on the Windows side...

    Hello Paul

    I use USBlyzer on the Windows side which shows the data packets decoded.
    But DataCenter shows you the same.
    So I think you will not find a better way to see what is sent by the...
  11. Hello epikao It is very tipical that Paul...

    Hello epikao

    It is very tipical that Paul appears and then you don't hear from him anymore.
    It seems that this problem is not easy to solve and he is very busy and currently working on other...
  12. Hello Paul epikao asks if I can help with...

    Hello Paul

    epikao asks if I can help with this.
    Any advances ?

    Could you post the analyzer files ?
    (One from Linux and one from Windows would be perfect)

    I suppose you use DataCenter, so...
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    epikao: You cannot seriously expect that...

    epikao:

    You cannot seriously expect that someone helps you here if you are so incredibly lazy!
    You dont give ANY detailed information.

    > has problems with the release function.

    This is a...
  14. Russian project ??? You are searching at the...

    Russian project ???
    You are searching at the completely wrong place.

    You are incredible!
    It becomes obvious that you did neiter read my article nor did you read my answer from second january...
  15. Well. You don't reply anmore. This shows several...

    Well. You don't reply anmore.
    This shows several things:

    SUMMARY:
    - Your problem had nothing to with Android.
    - You made a severe programming error in your sketch.
    - The reason for this error...
  16. You are surprised that there are 3 USB devices?...

    You are surprised that there are 3 USB devices?
    The title of my article says:

    A USB HID Keyboard, Mouse, Touchscreen emulator with Teensy

    Obvioulsy these are 3 USB devices.
    ...
  17. Hello jz11 In your last answer you explain the...

    Hello jz11

    In your last answer you explain the problem much better.
    Intead of just saying "Drag does not work" you explain the problem more detailed.
    In this case I also suppose that the driver...
  18. > I also tried the older IDE with the older...

    > I also tried the older IDE with the older teensyduino and edited usb descriptor files by mr.Elmue, but couldn't get it to work like it should with the android

    I never tried Android but people...
  19. Thanks for your comments. But if you have really...

    Thanks for your comments.
    But if you have really studied my electronic design you will have noticed that it complies with all your requirements.

    I have no idea what your neighbour did. And it...
  20. New Teensy project: Infrared Remote Control for your Computer

    Hello

    12052

    If anybody is interested: I published the third article on Codeproject with a Teensy 3.2.
    (Paul, I make commercials for your product!)

    - With a hardware of only US $21 (a Teensy...
  21. Hello KateKitty If you have read the article...

    Hello KateKitty

    If you have read the article you know that my project is DIY.
    You cannot buy it ready.

    Hi tonton

    It is a bad joke to compare my doorlock with such a primitive circuit.
    It...
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    Hello Constantin Thanks for the Eagle file. ...

    Hello Constantin

    Thanks for the Eagle file.

    There is a little error in the symbol of Teensy 3.1/3.2 DIL

    Pin 14 is A0, not A1 (which exists twice)

    By the way: You have defined the 3,3V pin...
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    Hello Constantin Thanks for the Eagle file. ...

    Hello Constantin

    Thanks for the Eagle file.

    There is a little error in the symbol of Teensy 3.1/3.2 DIL

    Pin 14 is A0, not A1 (which exists twice)

    By the way: You have defined the 3,3V pin...
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    Hello Paul Thanks for the answer. But sadly...

    Hello Paul

    Thanks for the answer.
    But sadly it is lacking any details.

    It seems to me that PJRC is not willing to publish details about the Teensy tools.
    I saw a request for the source code...
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    How does Teensy-Reboot.exe communicate ?

    Hello Paul

    I want to write an automatic Firmware uploader.
    I start Teensy.exe, then teensy_reboot.exe.

    But the information I need is how teensy_reboot.exe informs the Arduino IDE of success or...
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    Delete the post, because I already found the...

    Delete the post, because I already found the error in my code.
    Yes, now I also get 1 MByte / second on Windows 10.
  27. Advantages and disadvantages of RawHid interface

    Hello

    I'am trying to transfer data from the Teensy 3.2 to the host as fast as possible.

    I came across the RawHid interface and wrote some code and tested it.
    But as it uses only interrupt...
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    Please help: Extremely slow USB transfer

    Please delete this message
    I cannot find a "Delete" button
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    Thanks again for your anwers. Kurt: I'am not...

    Thanks again for your anwers.

    Kurt:
    I'am not interested to cheat anybody.
    Paul is doing a great work and the Teensy is woth it's price.

    But I have made very bad experiences in the past with...
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    Thanks for your answers. I just want to...

    Thanks for your answers.

    I just want to understand how the bootloader is working.

    I suppose the following:
    When I press the button on the Teensy 3.2 the tiny chip takes over control.
    It shuts...
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    Hello Yes I read the answer from Paul in the...

    Hello

    Yes I read the answer from Paul in the thread you have linked:
    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/34427-Does-Teensy-lock-the-flash-memory

    But I don't understand it.

    The Teensy has as...
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    Constantin wrote: > Yet, over time, all of these...

    Constantin wrote:
    > Yet, over time, all of these standards have been cracked by determined folk who look long and hard for weaknesses.

    There are lots of different TV encryption schemes. Some of...
  33. Hello Paul My Teensy RFID project on...

    Hello Paul

    My Teensy RFID project on Codeproject
    http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/1096861/DIY-electronic-RFID-Door-Lock-with-Battery-Backup
    was growing much in the last months.
    It has about...
  34. New Teensy Library released: Control RFID Desfire EV1 cards with Teensy 3.2

    Hello

    I worked several weeks on my latest project:
    My new Teensy library allows to communicate with RFID Desfire EV1 cards through an Adafruit PN532 board.

    Desfire EV1 cards can store data in...
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    Hi xxajk As you see: You are alone here with...

    Hi xxajk

    As you see: You are alone here with your opinion.

    It's me, it's stevech and Major Tom against your opinion that documentation is unneccessary.


    > If I *HAD* time, I wouldn't be...
  36. > faster / easier / cheaper to do this in...

    > faster / easier / cheaper to do this in software

    You don't tell me anything new.
    But I don't have permission to install anything on that computer.
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    Hello xxajk Great that you made a USB host...

    Hello xxajk

    Great that you made a USB host library.
    But there is absolutely no documentation.
    On Github the Wiki es empty.

    So I have no idea how to use it.

    I don't even understand why...
  38. Hello Paul Thanks for your answer. I also...

    Hello Paul

    Thanks for your answer.

    I also had doubts if I can tell the processor just to listen and never to answer, but on the other hand give me the data that has been received for a device....
  39. Hello I don't know what more information you...

    Hello

    I don't know what more information you need.
    Getting the data from a USB cable.
    That's it.


    Yes, I know that there are sniffers like Beagle and that they are expensive.
    So they are no...
  40. Can Teensy be used to capture USB data from a USB cable ?

    Hello

    I would like to use a Teensy 3.2 to capture the data that a computer is sending to a USB printer.

    My idea is to connect the Teensy with an adapter cable to the printer's USB cable.

    The...
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    Hello Paul I see that you really have...

    Hello Paul

    I see that you really have investigated.

    Why is your result so different ?

    I don't have another notebook to make tests with.
    So if the cause was my notebook the explanation would...
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    theremingineur: > For me, it seems not to be...

    theremingineur:
    > For me, it seems not to be Teensy related.

    For you it is not related because you have a theory that you have never proved in the pratice.

    WMXZ:
    > totally agree

    Another...
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    Hello I made some tests and found interesting...

    Hello

    I made some tests and found interesting things.

    1.)
    It is irrelevant if the Teensy is powered via USB cable or via battery.
    I can also reproduce it when the Teensy is powered via USB.
    ...
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    Hello > Oh, maybe this needs to be done with...

    Hello

    > Oh, maybe this needs to be done with printing to the serial monitor and a screen capture of the data?

    I wrote that in my very first posting:

    > The interesting thing is that ONLY USB...
  45. Hello Kurt > where it shows where you mount...

    Hello Kurt

    > where it shows where you mount your circuit board and battery and run any cables to the lock.

    When the Adafruit board it is mounted on the door you don't see it anymore.
    And the...
  46. Hello > I like low-power, efficient designs...

    Hello

    > I like low-power, efficient designs also but I don't want to replace my battery more frequently just to avoid a 0.1 watt quiescent power draw.

    I agree.

    I changed the charger circuit...
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    Hello I just noticed that the Teensy 3.2 even...

    Hello

    I just noticed that the Teensy 3.2 even loses USB connection when I turn on a neon light at a distance of half a meter from the Teensy.

    Can there anything be done that future Teensy...
  48. Hello JBeale Thanks for the infos. Following...

    Hello JBeale

    Thanks for the infos.
    Following the diagram the battery is at 100% of charge at 12,8V.
    So with 13,6V it would be above 100%.

    > Yes you could cycle the battery between 13.0 and...
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    Hello > There is a lock bit that locks read...

    Hello

    > There is a lock bit that locks read and write

    I'm not interested in blocking the code forever.
    I just want to know if code programmed in the flash memory can be read out or if it can...
  50. Hello Thanks for the link. 1.) Where did...

    Hello

    Thanks for the link.

    1.)
    Where did you find that "12.0 V is well below 50%"

    2.)
    So what about starting to charge at 13,0V and stopping to charge at 14,0V ?
    This would be better for...
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