vukodav

USB Host mode driver

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My firmware is # 224 on this board made ​​Ratserboy, your kernel.

I did otg cable (micro usb connector has closed the black wire and the mass) has connected the whole thing to a usb hub (power applied to the hub). But the mouse does not work only blinking LED on it, usb drives, too, did not give me any data. I beg to lay out a schematic diagram of the cable link to it! Thanks in advance, waiting for your answer ...

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thank you. I don't know why your flash drives don't work. Did you loaded kernel modules first?

yes, i did - without error messages... i tried to format the drive, but when i plug it in, its led flashes once and nothing gets mounted in /mnt...

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yes, i did - without error messages... i tried to format the drive, but when i plug it in, its led flashes once and nothing gets mounted in /mnt...

I don't know what seems to be the problem. I have only one flash drive, so I can't test kernel and modules more. And my phone ison repair sevice now, it had some hardware problems. When I get it back I'll test more and post results

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Nothing gets mounted on /mnt... that doesn't mean that the device is not recognized.

see if there is any /dev/hdx or /dev/sdx device before and after you plugin your flash drive.

(use "ls /dev | grep hd" and "ls /dev | grep sd")

dmesg log after you plug the flash drive can also be helpful (dmesg > /sdcard/dmesg.log)

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What if uve got 2.3.7 nightlies and deadlinks dual touch kernal will that work.

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Nothing gets mounted on /mnt... that doesn't mean that the device is not recognized.

see if there is any /dev/hdx or /dev/sdx device before and after you plugin your flash drive.

(use "ls /dev | grep hd" and "ls /dev | grep sd")

dmesg log after you plug the flash drive can also be helpful (dmesg > /sdcard/dmesg.log)

You are right, it gets recognized - at least that's what i decoded from dmesg output. However no hd or sd in /dev. Does it work for you TigTex?

dmesg.txt

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Never tried it :unsure: Do you have all the modules in your phone? for example sd_mod.ko ... I have no idea what has been done on this kernel  

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i need to type the commands again , if i switch off the phone or reboot ?

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for me don't work with ICS lookalike from racerboy . i make the cable (its easy to me i'm a Electronics Technician ) but d'ont detects anything . i need more information before change rom . can you help me . tanks

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I cant test it because it says you need active sync and for some reason it wont let me install it.

Can someone test it pleasesmile.gif

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I cant test it because it says you need active sync and for some reason it wont let me install it.

Can someone test it pleasesmile.gif

It's for windows mobile . Do not work on android

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Managed to get flash drive working, it had to be mounted manually:

#mount -t vfat /dev/block/sda1 /mnt/sdcard/usb-storage

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In case somebody would like to play around with serial devices, here are a few more modules that should work with vukodav's kernel...

kernel_modules.zip

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In case somebody would like to play around with serial devices, here are a few more modules that should work with vukodav's kernel...

Could you explain what each of them actually do so that we know what they are

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They implement serial communication with devices based on various chipsets (file name of every module refers to a certain device type). For example I have a usb relay based on the FTDI chipset which I can control from the phone after:

insmod usbserial.ko

insmod ftdi_sio.ko

The device will appear as /dev/ttyUSB0 ...

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They implement serial communication with devices based on various chipsets (file name of every module refers to a certain device type). For example I have a usb relay based on the FTDI chipset which I can control from the phone after:

insmod usbserial.ko

insmod ftdi_sio.ko

The device will appear as /dev/ttyUSB0 ...

Ok

Nice onlaugh.gif

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Does anyone have source for the USB host kernel? I was hoping to compile a webcam module

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Does anyone still have a copy of the kernel they could post? The link seems to be dead.

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