- CP2102 driver Mac Catalina. I too can confirm that the 5.1.0 driver does work with Catalina (though the headline over the download link still gives the wrong version number (e.g. Download for Macintosh OSX (v5.0.10)) What is interesting is that Catalina brings DriverKit, a new technology meant to lift certain types of devices away from bolting directly to the kernel via a.
- CP2102 Driver Download and Installation Guide CP2102 is a USB to UART IC from Silicon Labs. It is my favourite converter IC and I have been using USB to RS232 module and USB to TLL modules based on CP2102 for couple of years without any issues.
- Cp2102 Usb To Uart Bridge Controller Drivers; Cp2102 To Uart Bridge Controller Driver; Install from a specific location. However, due to the large number of devices out there and the various ways for applying these packages, it would be best if you refer to the installation manual first, to be sure of a successful update.
- Catalina and Mojave drivers are notarized. Legacy drivers (signed) for OS X 10.13, 10.12. 10.11, 10.10/10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, 10.5 (PowerPC) are also available. I purchased your driver and I am happy to report that it solves both issues I saw with the other drivers.
The Silicon Labs CP2102 USB to RS-232 Serial Driver for Apple Mac OS X isthe reliable interface between your CP2102 based cable and your Mac. Thedriver supports over 100 CP2102 based dongles and USB interfaces, likedevices of Renesas, Pirelli, NetGear, MEI, Nokia, Kyocera, Juniper,Starizona, ESP8266 NodeMCU, Infinity, Aruba Networks and many otherdevices using this chip.
The Silicon Labs CP2102 USB to RS-232 Serial Driver for Apple Mac OS X is the reliable interface between your CP2102 based cable and your Mac. The driver supports over 100 CP2102 based dongles and USB interfaces, like devices of Renesas, Pirelli, NetGear, MEI, Nokia, Kyocera, Juniper, Starizona, ESP8266 NodeMCU, Infinity, Aruba Networks and many other devices using this chip.
- Silicon Labs CP2102-based cables
- Reliable and stable data transfer
- Unix file-descriptor access (/dev/cu.Repleo-CP2102-xxx,/dev/tty.Repleo-CP2102-xxx)
- Apple’s IOKit implementation
- Baudrates (300, 600, 1200, 4800, 9600, 19200, 115200, 230400)
- Databytes (5, 6, 7, 8)
- Stopbits (1, 2)
- Manual and hardware handshake signal control (RTS, DTR, CTS, DSR, CD,RI)
- Sending break signals (for Cisco routers)
- Compiled for OS X 10.13-I64 (High Sierra), OS X 10.12-I64 (Sierra)
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I have the ESP32 board with Silicon Labs CP2102 controller. When I connect it to my MacBook, I can get the details about this device using the command
system_profiler SPUSBDataType, but it is not listed in
/dev as a virtual serial port - so I can't communicate with it.
I'm using the official driver downloaded from https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/usb-to-uart-bridge-vcp-drivers.
MacOS Catalina 10.15.5 introduces battery health management in the Energy Saver settings for notebooks, an option to control automatic prominence of video tiles on Group FaceTime calls, and controls to fine-tune the built-in calibration of your Pro Display XDR. The update also improves the stability, reliability, and security of your Mac.
Any ideas how to make it visible in
/dev? I have also Windows installed on the same computer where it works fine, so the HW and the USB cable are OK.
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I found that macOS High Sierra has blocked the SiLabs kernel extension.
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Here are steps to allow this extension:
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- Go to 'System Preferences' -> 'Security & Privacy'
- In the bottom of the window, you will see a message 'System software from developer 'SiLabs' was blocked from loading.'
- Click on 'Allow' button
- Restart your Mac
Now my device is listed as
/dev/cu.SLAB_USBtoUART and everything work as expected.
The Allow button did not work for me, so I had to disable checking altogether:
- Shut Down
mac+ R during boot to enter recovery mode
- Open a terminal
spctl kext-consent disableand press enter
- It worked
If you approved through Security settings but still can't see
/dev/cu.SLAB_USBtoUART, most likely that you need a new micro-usb cable. It's not that your cable is broken, but some cables are only meant for power so they can't transfer data.
For me, I tried four cables and only the last one works, which comes from Sony (forgot where I got this cable though)1
For me I would install the driver but I never got the message in the Security & Privacy screen that I was supposed to 'Allow'. The solution:
sudo kextload /Library/Extensions/SiLabsUSBDriver.kext/
This will actually spit out an error:
/Library/Extensions/SiLabsUSBDriver.kext failed to load - (libkern/kext) system policy prevents loading; check the system/kernel logs for errors or try kextutil(8).
However, if you now go to System Preferences-> Security & Privacy, you'll find the necessary message and Accept button to allow the kext to load. Click that, plug in your device and check that there is a detected device:
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Try another cable. You might be using one with only power connections, not data.