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Looks like the COM5 port is taken. Try changing the source and / or use the devmgmt.msc command line tool to assign another port.
I hope you can read this?
The error text font is too small to read, sorry.
Hi Tamberg, i get an error when i execute SerialUsbBlueSmirfConfig.batconfigering the Bluesmirf was no problem, can you give me some advice please.kind regardsBob
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The another way is Terminalify (terminalify.com). You can remotely ssh access without port forwarding, static ip.Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7Qvm7ZBZrg
Hi Bubacar, thanks for the link. Your product looks very nice and kid-friendly! I don't sell the reader right now, sorry.
Hello, i would like to buy 1 premade. Can you do this?I like to use it in my swimlesson projectwww.tabletevents.nlBob The Netherlands
One more question (for the time being): Can I use 1.5v button cells to make this work? Obviously it won't have the life of the AAs but would it work at all? And I don't suppose you know if there's a battery case designed for three 1.5v button cells?
This link still appears dead: http://rfish.net/download/SerialUsbBlueSmirfConfig.zip
Some of the software links appear to be dead. Where can I obtain the software needed for this?
Is there a program that would allow this to make the phone vibrate when different RFIDs were present? So you could have RFIDs numbered and each one would cause a series of vibrations?
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