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Get Number Of Configurations Returns the number of supported configurations in this device.
The object you use to access a HID transaction from user space, returned by version 1. Your input helps improve our developer documentation. A detailed description of the USB device specification is beyond the scope of this document—for more information, see Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.
This is in C. Get Device Address Returns the address of the device on its bus.
Set Configuration Sets the configuration in the device. How can we improve this document? Hi, Thanks for the link. How can I start sending commands using IOKit?
If you are working with a device that complies with the USB mass storage specification but declares its device class to be vendor specific, see Mass Storage Device Driver Programming Guide for information on how to ensure the correct built-in driver loads for the device.
IBAction func testPressed sender: Get Bus Frame Number Gets the current frame number of the bus to which the device is attached. Document Revision History lists the revisions of this document.
If you need to develop an in-kernel driver for a USB modem or networking device, refer to the following: Thank you for providing feedback! I appreciate your help. Post as iokkit guest Name. IOFireWireLib physical address space object. Supplies non login related management ORBs.
Email Required, but never shown. The object you use to access a HID queue from user space, returned by version 1. How helpful is this document?
The object you use to access HID devices from user space, returned by version 1. This document focuses on how to use that mechanism to create an application that detects the attachment of a USB device, communicates with it, and detects its detachment.