thinkgear_socket_protocol.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/18 14:16 by neurosky

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Jamie Yang [Response]
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 Because it may take some time for the ThinkGear Connector to re-configure itself to transmit JSON packets, several binary packets may be prematurely transmitted to the application. As such, an application should be able to handle the receipt of unexpected binary packets without failing critically. Because it may take some time for the ThinkGear Connector to re-configure itself to transmit JSON packets, several binary packets may be prematurely transmitted to the application. As such, an application should be able to handle the receipt of unexpected binary packets without failing critically.
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 +Update: The Binary Socket Packet Format is now deprecated in favor of the JSON format.
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-Update: The Binary Socket Packet Format is now deprecated in favor of the JSON format. 
 ====== Headset Data Transmission ====== ====== Headset Data Transmission ======
 **TODO DEPRECATED** **TODO DEPRECATED**

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