When working with serial communication, there are many instances where the ability to create a virtual serial port can greatly facilitate our work. Without this capability, it would be necessary to connect and swap hardware devices to perform serial debugging. The standard method of debugging a device is to create a virtual serial port on a computer. We can then use virtual serial communication to debug Android device without directly connecting it to the computer.
Table of contents:
- Tool introduction
- Communication process
Virtual Serial Port Driver
The Virtual Serial Port Driver provides emulation of virtual serial ports and enables the creation of pairs of available serial ports over a virtual null-modem cable. This allows two applications to exchange data through the connection created by this software tool. The virtual serial ports are displayed in Device Manager and emulate the settings and functionality of a physical interface. Users no longer need to struggle with a lack of serial ports or excessive cabling. The application is fully compatible with ActiveX, DDL, and core-level utilities among other technologies