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Converting USB HID generic device to HID keyboard

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by JY Kim, Jan 11, 2008.

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    JY Kim Guest


    I am working with device with HID keyboard feature but not exactly
    First I have implemented USB keyboard functionality with sample code
    supplied by MCU vender(ATMEL) but speed was too slow.
    There was also generic USB HID device sample code so I have tried to
    use it but I couldn't convert it to HID keyboard.
    I comrad said that only some descriptor modification will change it so
    I tried but I couldn't.
    Is it true that only descriptor change can do this or should I modify
    some other parts?
    descriptor I have changed is product id, interface subclass, interface
    protocol, number of endpoint etc..
    I have examined descriptor of ready-made product by USB monitor
    I know little about USB and I don't have time to look into USB
    Please answer.

    JY Kim, Jan 11, 2008
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    Eric Smith Guest

    Too slow for what? Do you mean that there is a human-perceptible
    delay? That would be quite surprising.

    Or are you trying to use the HID class for something that isn't actually
    operated by a human?
    Eric Smith, Jan 11, 2008
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    Andy Peters Guest

    If you don't have time to learn about the technology you're using, we
    don't have the time to answer your questions.

    Andy Peters, Jan 12, 2008
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