Good idea for other things - Was: Homemade USB gamepad (NeoPlay)
lothar.behrens at lollisoft.de
Wed Dec 16 10:42:07 CET 2009
Am 14.12.2009 um 13:22 schrieb Christ van Willegen:
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 1:04 PM, Neil Jerram <neiljerram at googlemail.com
> > wrote:
>> I used to think that. I eventually realised that the real problem
>> that I have to force charging at 500mA. Could that be the case for
>> you too?
> I know that the OpenMoko adapter for the Neo has a resistor built-in
> to make detection possible. I wonder how easy/hard it would be to
> a) Have another standard R for '500 mA' defined in the software, and
> B) To fiddle an R in somewhere to let the Neo auto-detact 500 mA (if
> it's not connected to a USB bus).
> I haven an in-car adapter, with a USB port, that can source up to 650
> mA, but I need to tell my Neo to charge at 500mA 'by hand' now...
I have a 2 Ampere Cigarette adapter from my gas station near my home.
It started working with a standard USB A -> B cable and no extra
As of the price sign it is a kombase 'USB-Ladestecker'. EAN:
It costs ~ 15.95 €. But I am unsure you get the same. I have tried and
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