Free Hid/USB Cross Platform Library

Listen for connections of USB/Hid (Human Interface Device) devices and communicate with the devices on Android, Windows, and UWP with dependency injection.

https://github.com/MelbourneDeveloper/Device.Net

Here is sample code that works across all platforms:

internal class TrezorExample : IDisposable
{
    #region Fields
    //Define the types of devices to search for. This particular device can be connected to via USB, or Hid
    private readonly List<FilterDeviceDefinition> _DeviceDefinitions = new List<FilterDeviceDefinition>
    {
        new FilterDeviceDefinition{ DeviceType= DeviceType.Hid, VendorId= 0x534C, ProductId=0x0001, Label="Trezor One Firmware 1.6.x", UsagePage=65280 },
        new FilterDeviceDefinition{ DeviceType= DeviceType.Usb, VendorId= 0x534C, ProductId=0x0001, Label="Trezor One Firmware 1.6.x (Android Only)" },
        new FilterDeviceDefinition{ DeviceType= DeviceType.Usb, VendorId= 0x1209, ProductId=0x53C1, Label="Trezor One Firmware 1.7.x" },
        new FilterDeviceDefinition{ DeviceType= DeviceType.Usb, VendorId= 0x1209, ProductId=0x53C0, Label="Model T" }
    };
    #endregion

    #region Events
    public event EventHandler TrezorInitialized;
    public event EventHandler TrezorDisconnected;
    #endregion

    #region Public Properties
    public IDevice TrezorDevice { get; private set; }
    public DeviceListener DeviceListener { get; private set; }
    #endregion

    #region Event Handlers
    private void DevicePoller_DeviceInitialized(object sender, DeviceEventArgs e)
    {
        TrezorDevice = e.Device;
        TrezorInitialized?.Invoke(this, new EventArgs());
    }

    private void DevicePoller_DeviceDisconnected(object sender, DeviceEventArgs e)
    {
        TrezorDevice = null;
        TrezorDisconnected?.Invoke(this, new EventArgs());
    }
    #endregion

    #region Public Methods
    public void StartListening()
    {
        TrezorDevice?.Dispose();
        DeviceListener = new DeviceListener(_DeviceDefinitions, 3000);
        DeviceListener.DeviceDisconnected += DevicePoller_DeviceDisconnected;
        DeviceListener.DeviceInitialized += DevicePoller_DeviceInitialized;
    }

    public async Task InitializeTrezorAsync()
    {
        //Get the first available device and connect to it
        var devices = await DeviceManager.Current.GetDevices(_DeviceDefinitions);
        TrezorDevice = devices.FirstOrDefault();
        await TrezorDevice.InitializeAsync();
    }

    public async Task<byte[]> WriteAndReadFromDeviceAsync()
    {
        //Create a buffer with 3 bytes (initialize)
        var writeBuffer = new byte[64];
        writeBuffer[0] = 0x3f;
        writeBuffer[1] = 0x23;
        writeBuffer[2] = 0x23;

        //Write the data to the device
        return await TrezorDevice.WriteAndReadAsync(writeBuffer);
    }

    public void Dispose()
    {
        TrezorDevice?.Dispose();
    }
    #endregion
} 

Linux, and MacOS support is on its way.

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