Live PhotoFrame Tutorial: Step 6

Step 6.1 - Configure the Console System Service

A console is required by this application to view the IP address of the target board, as well as to enter commands to interact with the target. As the Console System Service is required by the Command System Service, MPLAB® Harmony Configurator (MHC) enables it for you automatically. In the MHC Options tab, expand
the Harmony Framework Configuration > System Services > Console > Use Console System Service? selection tree. Change the Select Peripheral for Console Instance to USB_CDC_CONSOLE. This selection will trigger the MHC to enable the USB Library for you.


Step 6.2 - Configuring the USB Library to support the Console System Service

As the USB Stack is required by the Console System Service, MHC enables it automatically for you. In the MHC Options tab, expand
the Harmony Framework Configuration > USB Library > Use USB Stack? > USB_Device Instance 0 > Product ID Selection selection tree.
Change the Product ID Selection to cdc_com_port_single_demo.


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