I hate to make a thread but I'm not seeing the answer I'm looking for in the various threads and videos out there.
The quick version: It looks like ADTPro is sending correctly but the //c doesn't show any communication.
Details: I'm using ADTPro 2.0.1 on a windows 10 machine. Initially I had some java issues (I think I had a 32bit version installed) but reinstalled a proper version and was able to see the COM port in ADTPro and started setting up the //c. I hit ctrl+reset to get to the command prompt end enter "IN#2" then hit return. At the new prompt I hit ctrl+a and see the question mark. Then I enter "14B" then hit return at which point I see a new prompt (as I understand, it should be ready to receive data at this point). I then go to ADTPro where things are set to COM5. It would appear to be sending the data however I get NO response from the //c.
I feel like ADTPro is working like it should and I don't have a reason to believe the //c is having issues so I'm inclined to wonder if I have a cord problem. I'm using two cords to connect and one is a cheap part from China like so...
And the other cord seems like it's from a source desiging things specifically for the Apple but I don't know how reliable things like this are...
Is there anything obvious that I'm doing wrong here? I've reattached everything several times to make sure the connections were secure. I have another //c I could dig out to test the modem port but that seems like a crazy longshot.
I'm running out of ideas, so I come to you! I really appreciate it! Thanks!