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 ===== Connection ===== ===== Connection =====
  
-On Windows, use an app like HyperTerminal or [[https://www.putty.org|PuTTY]]. When the device is connected, Windows should indicate a new COM: port has been added.+On Windows, use an app like HyperTerminal or [[https://www.putty.org|PuTTY]]. When the device is connected, Windows should indicate a new COM: port has been added. Windows 10 should include built in support via usbser.sys for the device when connected via a normal USB-A to micro USB cable, and will appear as a "USB Composite Device". Look in Device manager for a "USB Serial Device" to find the serial port number (for example, COM4).
  
 On Linux and MacOS X, the device will appear under ///dev//, such as ///dev/ttyUSB0// or ///dev/cu.usbmodem1431//. You can use a tool such as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minicom|minicom]] or [[https://linux.die.net/man/1/screen|screen]] to open this device. On Linux and MacOS X, the device will appear under ///dev//, such as ///dev/ttyUSB0// or ///dev/cu.usbmodem1431//. You can use a tool such as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minicom|minicom]] or [[https://linux.die.net/man/1/screen|screen]] to open this device.
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