andy at openmoko.com
Mon Apr 14 18:49:47 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| thomasg writes:
|> In IRC we were wondering why the Freerunner, being a USB-OTG-Host
|> to the OTG spec),
| Will Freerunner be OTG? NEO could do either host or device, but
| didn't follow OTG spec to do it.
It doesn't currently react to the ID status, but it is just a matter of
tying the loose ends together in a daemon I believe. It can definitely
be host or device "by hand".
|> only has a USB Mini-B interface (black jack).
|> This means that only USB-Mini-B cables can be used in that jack, what
|> that USB-OTG cables can't be used.
|> The Freerunner is clearly a device that should have a Mini-AB port (grey
|> jack), means it can be used as a client (over standard Mini-B plugs)
or as a
|> OTG-Host (over standard Mini-A plugs).
| According to the wiki, it will have a Mini-AB
Yes that's true, it's a 5-pin mini AB, sorry.
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