ComPort For Android USB 2.6 XE6-D10.2 [REPACK]
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How to Use ComPort for Android USB 2.6 XE6-D10.2 for Serial Communication
ComPort for Android USB 2.6 XE6-D10.2 is a component for Delphi and C++ Builder that allows you to communicate with devices connected to serial ports via USB on Android devices. It is easy to use and very powerful, and it supports all serial port standards. You can also use it with multiple devices at the same time.
In this article, we will show you how to use ComPort for Android USB 2.6 XE6-D10.2 for serial communication in your Delphi or C++ Builder applications. We will assume that you have already installed the component and have a device that supports serial communication via USB, such as an Arduino board.
Step 1: Add the Component to Your Project
To add the component to your project, open your project in Delphi or C++ Builder and go to the Component menu and select Install Packages. Find the package named ComPort for Android USB and check it. Click OK to install the package.
Now you should see a new component named TComPort in the Winsoft category of the Tool Palette. Drag and drop it onto your form.
Step 2: Configure the Component Properties
To configure the component properties, select the TComPort component on your form and go to the Object Inspector. Here you can set various properties of the component, such as:
BaudRate: The speed of data transmission in bits per second. The default value is 9600.
DataBits: The number of data bits in each transmitted or received byte. The default value is 8.
Parity: The method of error detection for each transmitted or received byte. The default value is None.
StopBits: The number of bits used to indicate the end of a byte. The default value is One.
DeviceName: The name of the device that you want to communicate with. You can use the TComPort.GetDeviceNames method to get a list of available device names.
Active: A boolean value that indicates whether the component is connected to the device or not. You can set it to True or False at design time or runtime.
OnRxChar: An event that occurs when a character is received from the device. You can write your own code to handle the received data.
OnTxEmpty: An event that occurs when all characters have been sent to the device. You can write your own code to send more data if needed.
OnError: An event that occurs when an error occurs during communication. You can write your own code to handle the error.
Step 3: Write Your Code for Serial Communication
To write your code for serial communication, you can use the following methods of the TComPort component:
TComPort.WriteStr: A method that writes a string to the device.
TComPort.WriteBuf: A method that writes a buffer of bytes to the device.
TComPort.ReadStr: A method that reads a string from the device.
TComPort.ReadBuf: A method that reads a buffer of bytes from the device.
TComPort.PurgeRxBuffer: A method that clears the receive buffer.
TComPort.PurgeTxBuffer: A method that clears the transmit buffer.
TComPort.FlushRxBuffer: A method that waits until all characters have been received 061ffe29dd