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I am using Arduino Leonardo , who I plugged into the USB port and download it to the required software from the site www.arduino.cc " arduino - 1.0.5 - windows.exe " After installation is completed, subsequent windows me device is recognized under Interface " COM3 " After testing programming that software (File - Examples - Basic - blink ) I have recorded successfully code into Arduino and the LED started flashing . The team I was assured that it works correctly .

After testing Arduina I put on it Easyvr Shield for Arduino and I set jumper J12 to " PC " . I downloaded the software and library of www.veear.eu entitled " EasyVR - Commander - 3.4.10 - QS - 5.2.1.zip " and install . Library " EasyVR - Arduino -library - 1.2.zip " I copied to " C : \ Program Files \ Arduino \ libraries \ EasyVR "

After connecting the USB connector my PC was not able to recognize any of the two devices . The warden's device I do not see the interface " COM3 " what is necessary for communication of software " Easyvr Commander " . So I tested to change jumper J12 to position SW and thus my windows xp recognized interface " COM3 " .

After subsequent Upload script (File - Examples - Easyvr - EasyVRBridge ) problem persists well . Equipment like the warden's equipment under jumpers J12 in position UP PC and do not display what is needed to communicate with them . On jumpers J12 in position HW and SW I view the device while it is not possible no communication with this device whereas Easyvr Comander at COM3 voice from " Could not detect device connected to port " COM3 " "
I asked for support from producers on page www.veear.eu which so far have not given me any answers . Therefore I kindly ask whether you would have been kind enough to help with the problem it addressed since first time working with easyvr , it is possible that we make some mistakes on my part and when I tried to observe the instructions shoe . It is possible that Arduino Leonardo me somehow inac PIN and is not compatible with easyvr shield ?

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I am using Arduino Leonardo , who I plugged into the USB port and download it to the required software from the site www.arduino.cc " arduino - 1.0.5 - windows.exe " After installation is completed, subsequent windows me device is recognized under Interface " COM3 " After testing programming that software (File - Examples - Basic - blink ) I have recorded successfully code into Arduino and the LED started flashing . The team I was assured that it works correctly .

After testing Arduina I put on it Easyvr Shield for Arduino and I set jumper J12 to " PC " . I downloaded the software and library of www.veear.eu entitled " EasyVR - Commander - 3.4.10 - QS - 5.2.1.zip " and install . Library " EasyVR - Arduino -library - 1.2.zip " I copied to " C : \ Program Files \ Arduino \ libraries \ EasyVR "

After connecting the USB connector my PC was not able to recognize any of the two devices . The warden's device I do not see the interface " COM3 " what is necessary for communication of software " Easyvr Commander " . So I tested to change jumper J12 to position SW and thus my windows xp recognized interface " COM3 " .

After subsequent Upload script (File - Examples - Easyvr - EasyVRBridge ) problem persists well . Equipment like the warden's equipment under jumpers J12 in position UP PC and do not display what is needed to communicate with them . On jumpers J12 in position HW and SW I view the device while it is not possible no communication with this device whereas Easyvr Comander at COM3 voice from " Could not detect device connected to port " COM3 " "
I asked for support from producers on page www.veear.eu which so far have not given me any answers . Therefore I kindly ask whether you would have been kind enough to help with the problem it addressed since first time working with easyvr , it is possible that we make some mistakes on my part and when I tried to observe the instructions shoe . It is possible that Arduino Leonardo me somehow inac PIN and is not compatible with easyvr shield ?

Excuse my English - > google translator
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I'm not familiar with that shield. What's the function of the J12 jumper?
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Sorry for cross - post

PeterH terms of this shield http://www.veear.eu/products/easyvr-arduino-shield/
it is the voice recognition

Here is the manual for the
http://download.tigal.com/veear/EasyVR_User_Manual_3.4.2.pdf

and jumper J12 serves for

UP - Flash update mode
Use it for firmware updates or to download sound table data to the on- board flash memory from the
EasyVR Commander . In this mode , the Arduino controller is held in reset and only the embedded
USB / Serial adapter is used . The EasyVR module is set in boot mode .


 PC - PC connection mode
Use it for direct connection with the EasyVR Commander . In this mode , the Arduino controller is held
in reset and only the embedded USB / Serial adapter is used .


HW - Hardware serial mode
Use it for controlling the EasyVR module from your Arduino sketch through the hardware serial port
( using pins 0-1 ) .


SW - Software serial mode
Use it for controlling the EasyVR module from your Arduino sketch software through a serial port
( using pins 12-13 ) . You can also connect the EasyVR Commander in this mode , provided That the
running sketch implements bridge mode ( see libraries ) .
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The jumper on J12 should always be in SW mode.  You will need to read the manual as well http://download.tigal.com/veear/EasyVR_User_Manual_3.4.2.pdf

The manual will tell how to program and operate the shield with an Arduino.

Word of advice, you need to have Commander generate the code you need to put on the Arduino.
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I bought a Arduino UNO and since then we have no problem. Leonardo is probably incompatible
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