AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘Serial’ error occurs when you accidently install the “serial” library instead of the “pyserial” library.
The main reason for the error is that the pyserial package might not be installed appropriately. The correct package for serial communication in Python is pyserial, not serial.
How to fix the error
To fix the error, install the pyserial package using this command: pip install pyserial
If you have a file named serial.py or a folder named serial in your working directory, Python might import that instead of the actual pyserial module. Ensure that there’s no naming conflict.
|Issue & Solution||Details|
|1. Incorrect Installation||Ensure that
|2. Incorrect Import||Check your imports. Use
|3. Usage Mistake||Ensure you are using the module’s functions and classes correctly.|
|4. Check for Naming Conflicts||Ensure there are no files or directories named