sucotronic at gmail.com
Wed Nov 4 18:09:07 CET 2009
Here is the document in what I find the usb pinout and specification:
On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Thomas HOCEDEZ <thomas.hocedez at free.fr>wrote:
> Tilman Baumann a écrit :
> > Thomas HOCEDEZ wrote:
> >> Hi folks,
> >> I opened my WR this weekend and I took some pictures for those who wants
> >> http://freerunner.daily.free.fr
> >> I was really surprised to see a little connector (not soldered) which is
> >> exactly a mini USB !
> >> I soldered it, plugged it on my desktop and ... TADA !! ..nothing, nada,
> >> keutch, queudalle .... "lsusb" is totally quiet ...
> >> If someone have informations about this plug, and the other "jtag" plug
> >> (on more than the one present near batteries).
> >> I think there will be rough hacking those future nights.
> > I'm not sure what you are talking about.
> > The software is free. http://github.com/wikireader (Can't see any
> > if there are any)
> > If you look at it you will notice that is not running a OS in the regular
> > sense. Especially not a full blown OS with a USB stack like Linux.
> > The software is fully loaded from SD card. As far as I understand you can
> > compile anything you like and get it booted from SD.
> > I suppose you can create a usb stack. And I think a usb-storage mode
> > be fantastic to update the SD contents.
> > If you find out if it has a battery charger you could maybe even charge
> > the device via usb...
> > The gist. Wikireader is not anything like the Neo. It's very
> > Regards
> > Tilman
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> On my blog (http://freerunner.daily.free.fr), sucotronic explain that
> there is USB capabilities on the Epson chip, I'll have to follow the
> lines to check what it is connected to. Then I'll try to work on the
> software stack, but more experienced developpers will be faster than me.
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