In other topics discussions I read that the USB Client interface is still not implemented on the GHI’s Open Source Hardware libraries. So I tried to use the native .NET Micro Framework classes, and I checked that I can access the USB controller, but I can’t stop it on the fly. It seems that on other devices, there’s a switch or a jumper pad to switch from USB debugging to another form. I didn’t find it on the Cerbuino. The only one is the LDR, which, I think, is only for firmware updating.
Is there a way to turn off the USB debugger on Cerbuino so that I can use the USB client?
I am trying to use the USB on Cerbuino to communicate with the PC using an HID class interface, using code based on the sample that comes with the netmf framework, or the WinUSB driver, like on this blog: Communicating with your MicroFramework Application over USB | GuruCE . But I would modify the code to not use the debugging by USB at the same time. I was thinking about running it with no debugging.