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user_4533981
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When the official downloaded HID firmware instance runs, the device is identified as a keyboard. If I want it to be identified as a mouse, do I just need to modify the report descriptor? Is that right?thank you

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Hello,

Please refer to Application note AN64020 and the example provided in this link which describes how to implement a composite HID device.

You can refer to the HID mouse implementation part of the Application note.

Best Regards,

Yatheesh

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YashwantK_46
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Hello,


Please refer to the following FX3 SDK installation path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress\EZ-USB FX3 SDK\1.3\firmware\hid_examples\cyfx3_hid


Please import the above project into the FX3 SDK and program the FX3 with the image.

The firmware makes FX3 enumerate as a HID input device as shown in figures attached.

When you press switch SW2 on the FX3 board, it would make the mouse pointer on the screen to complete a circle for as many times as the switch is pressed.


Regards,
Yashwant

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hello

I use CY68013 chip USB2.0, the board is designed by myself, and the download is FX2 SDK. Now the problem is that I want my board to be recognized as a mouse, and I don't know how to modify hid program. If you can, please teach me how to modify, I will be very grateful, thank you!

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Hello,

Please refer to Application note AN64020 and the example provided in this link which describes how to implement a composite HID device.

You can refer to the HID mouse implementation part of the Application note.

Best Regards,

Yatheesh

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