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Discussion - Drivers / Re: VCP driver on macOS 11
« on: March 17, 2021, 12:45:17 PM »
I was reminded of this problem by one of my customers. can someone give the developers some strong coffee? and make it a very big red point on the top of their list? this is becoming very embarrassing.

Discussion - Drivers / windows driver installation
« on: February 12, 2021, 09:54:45 AM »
Hi All,

as I am a linux user, I have no idea how to install the windows 10 driver and explain it to a other person.

What file should i double click in the 64-bit directory?

maybe include a readme with the drivers explaining the procedure?

Discussion - Drivers / Re: VCP driver on macOS 11
« on: December 01, 2020, 04:34:04 PM »
good point.

Another thing i was thinking about: what happens with the old kext if the system is updated from lets say 10.15 to 11.0? is it completely disabled and ignored, or somehow still claiming things it shouldn't. we had problems with that earlier when 10.15 came out.

Unfortunately I am not able to play around with mac os 11.0 Big Sur as I am completely linux based (besides a small virtual windows box to flash the FT232R.)

Discussion - Drivers / Re: VCP driver on macOS 11
« on: December 01, 2020, 11:13:37 AM »
Hi All,

Hardware producer using ft232RL in our products here. we are getting more and more reports of people unable to use their devices after upgrading to Big Sur.

-amount of chips used: about 1k.
-location of devices: worldwide.

question: for what type of devices is the new driver from apple enabled? any specific product ID? we are using 0403:6001

would it be an idea that you as ftdichip aks apple to open up their driver?
It looks kinda unprofessional to me that a third party has a driver earlier than the producer of the chip

Is there anything i can do to help? I'm loosing customers!

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