c# – IOKit Waiting for the USB handle with VID: 0x5AC, PID: 0x1227



The message “[IOKit] Waiting for the USB handle with VID: 0x5AC, PID: 0x1227”

suggests that the system is trying to communicate with a USB device that has a Vendor ID (VID) of 0x5AC and a Product ID (PID) of 0x1227, but it is currently unable to establish a connection to the device.
The IOKit framework is a C-based API (Application Programming Interface) used in macOS and iOS to communicate with device drivers.
The message is indicating that the program is waiting for the USB device with the specific VID and PID to be connected to the system so that it can establish a connection and communicate with it.

So If you fall into this problem

There are a few things you can try to fix the issue:

1- Make sure the USB device is properly connected to your computer and powered on.

2- Check that the device drivers for the USB device are installed and up to date. You can check for updates on the manufacturer’s website.

3- Restart your computer and try connecting the USB device again.

4- Try connecting the USB device to a different USB port on your computer.

5- Try connecting the USB device to a different computer to see if the problem is specific to your computer.

6- Check your operating system for any error logs or messages related to the USB device, as it might give you more information about the problem.

It’s possible that the issue is related to the cable being used to connect the USB device to your computer. If the cable is not an original cable provided by the manufacturer, it may not have the correct wiring or connectors to properly communicate with the device.

Using non-original cable might cause the device not being recognized by the system, or may work but with a lower data transfer rate or even causing the device to malfunction.

You should try using an original cable provided by the manufacturer or a cable that is known to be compatible with the device to see if that resolves the issue.
It’s also important to check that the cable is not damaged or frayed, as this can cause connectivity issues.