Get Started with PIC32 USB Applications

If you are starting a new PIC32 USB design using the MPLAB® Harmony Framework, we recommend you follow these steps:

  1. Start your USB board design using schematics of an evaluation board. For example, the PIC32MX1/2/5 Starter Kit can be used as a reference. See the User's Guide for the schematic.
  2. Please take care when you choose the oscillator. USB requires specific values and settings. See the microcontroller datasheet for details.
  3. Validate the hardware using an existing functional USB demo from Harmony. USB example projects can be found in this folder:
    • <install-dir>/apps/usb
  4. Create a new application from scratch or adapt an existing demo to your needs.
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