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Well an Implementation of IPortableDeviceManager Interface to get all Portable Device conected to our pc.

 

#include <Array.au3>
#include <WinAPICom.au3>
Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)

Global Const $sCLSID_PortableDeviceManager = "{0af10cec-2ecd-4b92-9581-34f6ae0637f3}"
Global Const $sIID_IPortableDeviceManager = "{a1567595-4c2f-4574-a6fa-ecef917b9a40}"
Global Const $sTagIPortableDeviceManager = "GetDevices hresult(ptr;dword*); RefreshDeviceList hresult(); " & _
        "GetDeviceFriendlyName hresult(wstr;wstr;dword*); GetDeviceDescription hresult(wstr;wstr;dword*); " & _
        "GetDeviceManufacturer hresult(wstr;wstr;dword*); GetDeviceManufacturer hresult(wstr;wstr;ptr;dword*dword*); " & _
        "GetPrivateDevices hresult(ptr;dword*)"

Global Enum $eDevID, $eDevName, $eDevManufacturer, $eDevDescription


Local $aPnPDevices = GetPortableDevices()
If IsArray($aPnPDevices) Then _ArrayDisplay($aPnPDevices)

;~ Success: Return 0
;~ Failure: Return 2DArray [n][4] |;[n][0]$eDevID, [n][1]$eDevName, [n][2]$eDevManufacturer,[n][3] $eDevDescription
Func GetPortableDevices()
    Local $aDevicesInfo[0][0] ;[n][0]$eDevID, [n][1]$eDevName, [n][2]$eDevManufacturer,[n][3] $eDevDescription
    Local $oPortableDeviceManager = 0
    Local $SizeofArray = 0
    Local $hr = 0x80004005 ;E_Fail Just to Initialized <0
    Local $taPnPDeviceIDs = 0
    Local $tName = 0
    $oPortableDeviceManager = ObjCreateInterface($sCLSID_PortableDeviceManager, $sIID_IPortableDeviceManager, $sTagIPortableDeviceManager)
    If Not IsObj($oPortableDeviceManager) Then Return 0

    If FAILED($oPortableDeviceManager.GetDevices(Null, $SizeofArray)) Then Return 0
    If $SizeofArray < 1 Then Return 0
    $taPnPDeviceIDs = DllStructCreate("ptr[" & $SizeofArray & "]")
    If FAILED($oPortableDeviceManager.GetDevices(DllStructGetPtr($taPnPDeviceIDs), $SizeofArray)) Then Return 0

    ReDim $aDevicesInfo[$SizeofArray][4]

    For $i = 0 To $SizeofArray - 1
        $tName = DllStructCreate("wchar[512]", DllStructGetData($taPnPDeviceIDs, 1, $i + 1))
        $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevID] = DllStructGetData($tName, 1)
        $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevName] = _GetFriendlyName($oPortableDeviceManager, $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevID])
        $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevManufacturer] = _GetDeviceManufacturer($oPortableDeviceManager, $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevID])
        $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevDescription] = _GetDeviceDescription($oPortableDeviceManager, $aDevicesInfo[$i][$eDevID])
        $tName = 0
        _WinAPI_CoTaskMemFree(DllStructGetData($taPnPDeviceIDs, 1, $i + 1))
    Next
    Return $aDevicesInfo

EndFunc   ;==>GetPortableDevices



Func _GetDeviceManufacturer($oInterface, $PnPDeviceID)
    Local $sString = ""
    $oInterface.GetDeviceManufacturer($PnPDeviceID, $sString, 128)
    Return $sString
EndFunc   ;==>_GetDeviceManufacturer


Func _GetDeviceDescription($oInterface, $PnPDeviceID)
    Local $sString = ""
    Local Const $Size = 128
    $oInterface.GetDeviceDescription($PnPDeviceID, $sString, 128)
    Return $sString
EndFunc   ;==>_GetDeviceDescription


Func _GetFriendlyName($oInterface, $PnPDeviceID)
    Local $sString = ""
    Local Const $Size = 128
    $oInterface.GetDeviceFriendlyName($PnPDeviceID, $sString, 128)
    Return $sString
EndFunc   ;==>_GetFriendlyName

Func _GetProperty($oInterface, $PnPDeviceID)
    Local $sString = ""
    Local Const $Size = 128
    $oInterface.GetDeviceFriendlyName($PnPDeviceID, $sString, 128)
    Return $sString
EndFunc   ;==>_GetProperty

Func FAILED($hr)
    Return ($hr < 0)
EndFunc   ;==>FAILED

 

Saludos

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I know it's more than 2 years later and I hope my question is not to stupid.

Is there a way to enumerate the WPD Device Properties for the devices returned by this script? I don't know enough programming to explain this properly but I would be interested in the properties listed at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff597865(v=vs.85).aspx for each portable device returned by this script. I would be interested in WPD_DEVICE_FIRMWARE_VERSION and WPD_DEVICE_MODEL besides other properties. I can see my phones and tablets but I can't even get started to get from here (get the phone) to there (get the firmware version).

Any hint would be appreciated.

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Here you can find some more info on this ...

https://www.pdq.com/blog/where-can-i-find-a-device-s-firmware-version-in-wmi/ 

#RequireAdmin

Func GetFirmware() ;$id
Local $FirmWare, $strComputer = "."


Local $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:\\" & $strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
$objFirmWare = $objWMIService.ExecQuery ("“SELECT * FROM MSDeviceUI_FirmwareRevision")

For $objItem In $objFirmWare
    ConsoleWrite("Active:" & $objItem.Active & @CRLF)
    ConsoleWrite("FirmwareRevision:" & $objItem.FirmwareRevision & @CRLF)
    ConsoleWrite("InstanceName:" & $objItem.InstanceName & @CRLF)
Next

EndFunc

But you need some extra tool : DevCON in conjunction with this script.

Not tested it tough just translated it for your purpose...

Rgds

ptrex


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Hi, I am usually a lurker, however I can't seem to find anything usable with the limited amount of skills that I currently have, so I decided to ask for help !

Is it possible to use this script to retrieve the WPD_DEVICE_POWER_LEVEL property of a connected device ? 

If so, could you tell me how to achieve that ?

 

Thanks in advance

SomeBald

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Hello. I think you need to use some more interface like IPortableDeviceProperties and IPortableDeviceContent.

 

Saludos

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Thank you for your answer.

I don't quite have the needed knowledge to implement more interfaces, it is a topic that I am not familiar with. 

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