Category Archives: USBTrace Features

USBTrace Release Update : version 2.2.8

Version 2.2.8 of USBTrace, the USB Protocol Analyzer for Windows, is available for download at http://www.sysnucleus.com/usbtrace_download.html. The new additions are : Added the following to the list of supported user mode USB IOCTLs IOCTL_USB_USER_REQUST USBUSER_GET_CONTROLLER_INFO_0 USBUSER_GET_CONTROLLER_DRIVER_KEY USBUSER_PASS_THRU USBUSER_GET_POWER_STATE_MAP USBUSER_GET_BANDWIDTH_INFORMATON USBUSER_GET_BUS_STATISTICS_0 … Continue reading

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Release update : View class specific descriptors

The latest released version of USBTrace (V2.1.5) available for download has the following new features: Class decoders will now decode and display class specific descriptors and data. (USBTrace class decoding) HID class decoder will display HID and Report descriptors Audio … Continue reading

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USBTrace New Feature : Endpoint based filtering

USBTrace’s filter feature allows you to hide those USB requests in which you are not interested while capturing device traffic. We have enhanced the filter feature in the latest released version of USBTrace, the USB analyzer software for windows. USBTrace’s … Continue reading

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Wireless USB ‘Host Wire Adapter’ Class Decoder Released

Wireless USB (WUSB) is the future for short-range high bandwidth media (data) transfers. Some of the very first wireless USB enabled devices have started to appear in the market recently. Existing systems (laptops, desktops) can be made ‘WUSB Compatible’ using … Continue reading

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Vendor Specific Class Decoder Released

We have released a new version of USBTrace which has the ability to decode vendor specific class requests. The vendor class decoder can be used to capture, analyze and decode your devices which belong to the USB Vendor Specific device … Continue reading

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New Feature : Performance Statistics

Performance statistics module has been added to the latest released version of USBTrace (v2.1.0 Build 39). The performance statistics window displays valuable performance related information related to your device/driver. This feature extracts the performance details from the captured data. You … Continue reading

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New search and filter windows

The search and filter windows have been updated in version 2.0.2 (Build #37) of USBTrace. The update allows you to search/filter captured USB requests based on the following additional parameters:  Status of request (Success or Failure)  Direction (IN or OUT) … Continue reading

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USB Video Class Decoder Released

USB Video devices (webCams, digital camcoders, analog video convertors, analog and digital television tuners and still image cameras that support video streaming), which confirms to the USB Video Class Specification (v1.0 & v1.1) can be analyzed using the Video Class … Continue reading

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Still Image Capture: device class decoder released!

Digital still photography devices which belongs to the Still Image Capture device class can be analyzed/debugged using the Still Image Capture class decoder. The decoder will display class specific requests and the PIMA 15740 protocol data, which addresses the requirements … Continue reading

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USBTrace : Feature highlight

The following are some of the small but useful features which you can find in USBTrace. The raw data which is displayed in the buffer view, for a corresponding logged request, can be exported to a binary file. Right click … Continue reading

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