Reading your posting, kristoffer, Mono should be called "PSoC3 Bootloader"? Right now it is (only) an HID device.
Is this still ok? Which driver should be used? A Microsoft driver "10.0.10240.16384" from "21.06.2006" is installed right now.
Hi @m-pflugmann and others, I will quickly lay out how Mono presents itself over the USB. In short Mono is both an USB HID device (for uploading apps) and an USB CDC for the serial port. But, not at the same time. On power on or reset Mono does:
- Bootloader (for 1 sec), it presents itself as a HID device - named PSoC3 Bootloader
If you force Mono to stay in bootloader (and not load an app), you should see the PSoC3 Bootloader in Device Manager. This HID interface does not require a device driver, it should just work.
On my win10 system it is not showing this name. That's why I asked.
Maybe there is a problem when I use the PSoC Creator 3.3 as I have other Cypress devices, too?
There should not be an issue here. You should be able to actually upload cypress applications to Mono using their tools. But you might cause damage to Mono when you are not using our framework, since critical software routines will be missing.
But how could I work with PSoC Creator? How to connect to the device? Are the schematics available?