Symbian Port Devices Driver Download

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Symbian Port Devices Driver Download

The CH340 chip is used by a number of Arduino compatible boards to provide USB connectivity, you may need to install a driver, don’t panic, it’s easier than falling off a log, and much less painful.


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(Manufacturer’s Chinese Info Link)

  1. Download the Windows CH340 Driver
  2. Unzip the file
  3. Run the installer which you unzipped
  4. In the Arduino IDE when the CH340 is connected you will see a COM Port in the Tools > Serial Port menu, the COM number for your device may vary depending on your system.

Older Windows Driver Version and Instructions

  1. Download the Windows CH340 Driver
  2. Unzip the folder.
  3. If you are running a 64Bit Windows: – run the SETUP_64.EXE installer.
  4. If you are running a 32Bit Windows: – run the SETUP_32.EXE installer.
  5. If you don’t know, try the 64 bit and if it doesn’t work, the 32 bit.
  6. In the Arduino IDE when the CH340 is connected you will see a COM Port in the Tools > Serial Port menu, the COM number for your device may vary depending on your system.


(Manufacturer’s Chinese Info Link)

The following github has up to day pkg files for 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5 at time of writing, thanks to Joshua Wallis for bringing this to my attention…

Direct Download Links (from the github repo above):

See the github link above for installation instructions if you need them.

Previous macinstosh downloads if the above doesn’t work for you…

(V1.3) Download the CH340 Macintosh Signed Driver for Mavericks (10.9), Yosemite (10.10) and El Capitan (10.11) and Sierra (10.12)

Inside the zip file you will find a PDF and a “pkg” file, short version, double click the pkg file, the PDF has some extra information.

OSX Sierra (10.12) Note

A kindly user, Maarten Segers reports

FYI, the driver documented here WILL crash on OSX Sierra.

Make sure to use this one instead:

I can personally not test on MacOS and can not vouch for the above drivers at github, but there you go.

See uninstalling information at the bottom of the page if the driver causes problems for you.

Here is an older version of the Mac driver, NOT FOR 10.12 Sierra

(V1.0) Download the CH340 Macintosh Signed Driver for Mavericks (10.9), Yosemite (10.10) and El Capitan (10.11)

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(Manufacturer’s Chinese Info Link)

Drivers are almost certainly built into your Linux kernel already and it will probably just work as soon as you plug it in. If not you can download the Linux CH340 Driver (but I’d recommend just upgrading your Linux install so that you get the “built in” one).

Uninstalling From Macinstosh

A couple of Mac users have said “the driver crashes my mac Sierra how do I uninstall”.

Firstly regards the crash make sure you installed the 1.3 version of the driver, not the old one. You could download it directly from the Manufacturers Website in case they have issued an update since I wrote this page.

Secondly a quick google search reveals that this is how you uninstall:

  1. Open a terminal and type: cd /Library/Extensions/
  2. Verify that the .kext file is present: ls grep usbserial.kext
  3. Output should be: usbserial.kext
  4. Then type: sudo rm -R usbserial.kext
  5. Verify that the .kext file has been removed: ls grep usbserial.kext
  6. Output should be empty.
  7. After you should remove the files stored in receipts folder: cd /private/var/db/receipts/
  8. Find the enties: ls grep usbserial*
  9. Output should be:
  10. Remove each one of the files of the above list: sudo rm -r filename`

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What is BlueSS

BlueSS is a Symbian application that allows a Nokia phone to become a wireless terminal of a Skype PC client.
BlueSS has two main components:

  • BlueSS client (BlueSS): A Symbian application developed for a Nokia 6630 phone with Symbian OS. v8.0a (S60 2nd edition, feature pack 2).
  • BlueSS server: A Microsoft Windows application developed in C++ (a Linux version is planned).

BlueSS Server

The server is a bridge between Skype and Bluetooth. It controls Skype with the Skype API. The Virtual Audio Cable device driver is necessary to carry audio between Skype and the BlueSS server (outgoing audio from Skype to BlueSS and incoming audio from BlueSS to Skype).

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There are different Bluetooth stacks for Windows XP (Widcomm Bluetooth Stack, IVT BlueSoleil and Windows XP SP2 Bluetooth support,. . . ). We employed the Windows XP SP2 Bluetooth support (althought the port to another stack is easy).
When the server runs:

  • It reads its configuration from a file. If it is the first execution it asks the user for his preferences.
  • It launches a thread waiting for incoming connections to the control channel. It is a virtual COM port over Bluetooth.
  • It connects to Skype through the Skype API (it launches Skype in case it is not already running).
  • It pays attention to any BlueSS client request and to any Skype event.
    • Change of contact status: send new status to the phone client.
    • Change of the call status: send notification to the client.
  • It waits for an audio connection from the phone, and forwards the stream to/from Skype.

The server waits for requests from the phone. In case of a Skype event, the server forwards it to the phone (which can issue a new request to the server to process such event).

BlueSS Client

The client has been developed for a Nokia 6630, a cell phone with Symbian 8.0a (S60 2nd edition, FP2). Symbian is a software consortium of cell phone manufacturers. For example, the current Nokia smartphones run Symbian OS, so BlueSS should work in any S60 device with the same or superior characteristics.
BlueSS is a C++ code, so it is easy to port it to other platforms like Windows Mobile-based smartphones.
When the user executes the application, it:

  • looks for surrounding Bluetooth devices, and asks the user to select the one executing the server.
  • connects to the server and requests the on-line Skype contacts.
  • waits for incoming calls and user requests (make a call, cancel an incoming call, exit, etc.).

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The public 6630 API does not allow full-duplex audio operation. To avoid this problem BlueSS operates in a half-duplex mode (Push-to-Talk or walkie talkie mode). The '1' key has to be pressed to talk and released to listen