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Jark/FTDISample: Note: As of version 10556.0 the ftdi driver does no longer seem to work. A sample application showcasing the FTDI D2XX driver use in Windows Universal projects (UWP). This sample is tested on the Raspberry PI 2 with Windows IOT installed and a FTDI FT232R usb-to-serial adapter.

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/09/22

Source: Jark/FTDISample: Note: As of version 10556.0 the ftdi driver does no longer seem to work. A sample application showcasing the FTDI D2XX driver use in Windows Universal projects (UWP). This sample is tested on the Raspberry PI 2 with Windows IOT installed and a FTDI FT232R usb-to-serial adapter.

Yeah, I couldn’t get this working either. I’m not sure where ReadTimeout is actually used by the SerialDevice class internally. But I did end up getting something working by copying the timeout to a

Source: c# – Unable to use SerialDevice.ReadTimeout in Windows 10 IoT – Stack Overflow

Source: Raspberry Pi • View topic – Windows 10 IoT Core Simple Serial Example not working

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