Perform the initial installation of “S32terminal” by means of –>that<–(download). As the name implies, this is the user interface to S32 for its setup through USB. You need an USB cable type A (host) on Micro B (S32) as usual for smartphones. The cable is not provided with S32.
S32 is a Microsoft .NET application, so currently running under Windows only. Dot Net goes open platform (also working on MacOS X and Linux) but not yet the way for the RTR user. – The terminal may offer to update at start (just press a button) if the server in the internet offers an update to S32terminal. Available updates for S32 (firmware) will be noticed and offered by the terminal in running state. Just press a button again.
The terminal itself provides the instructions you need to be able to work with S32. Some further documentation is provided in S32 (EN), the page whose link led you to this page.
Also not provided with S32 is a microSD of any capacity you’d need to let S32 do log recording as well, – and an USB card reader to be able to read and view log files. A log viewer prepared for S32 is LogView 2, also possible by LogView Studio and DataExplorer but not yet well prepared for S32.
DataExplorer is ready to use for S32 now! (S32 is a pre-defined device in DE) Runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux Thanks a lot Winne!
For LogView 2 use the device definition files below. The .ini is the file to tell LogView how records from S32 look like, how to read (number of channels and items per channel) und interprete (items) them. Most simple is to open (only once) the provided .lov file for that by LV. LogView learns the device automatically by that. A .ini goes into %appdata%\LogView\Gerate\OpenFormat. (LogView is a Windows application.)