Firstly, I only tested this using the latest firmware from Advent (the one without flash [worry not Paul's beautiful Modaco pack puts it back on])
Step 1) Here goes, download THIS to a windows machine and run:
Step 2) Install Pauls r5 pack (I recommend you pay a tenner and get the perfomance pack too as a way of saying thanks to Paul!)
Step 3) Mega thanks to JordanT92 here - download the following Zip file, extract the contents and place them on the ROOT of your SD Card.
Step 4) Download the flash utility from here, extract the files and take the flash_image file ONLY - place it in the SAME FOLDER as where your ADB is (Read the basic tut below for more details on how to use adb!)
Basic adb guide for windows
My technique would be to get Paul's adb-windows file and create a folder called android on your c drive. Paste in Paul's adb-windows file and right click rename it to adb.
Also copy AdbWinApi.dll into the same folder.
Open a cmd prompt (Start > run > type in cmd [Win 7 users can type cmd into their search bar on the start menu]) Type in the following: cd c:\android (This moves you to the folder you made) Type in: dir (This should list the files in the folder, in our case "adb" [if it's not there bloody put it in]) Type in: adb devices (This command tells you all the android devices connected to your pc) If you've done that -good news! You're ready to roll!
Step 5) Run the following commands on your terminal/cmd prompt window.
adb push flash_image /data/local/ adb shell chmod 4755 /data/local/flash_image
Step 6) Use a filemanager and go to the root of your SDcard, there should be a file called gscript.apk install this.
Step 7) Open gscript and click menu. Click on the add script button. Click LOAD File and USB Slave and USB Host should appear. Click them (one at a time, so you'll have both options in your gscript).
Step 8) Your gscript will now have both options. Click USB Host and pretty much nothing happens. Once the window has closed, restart your vega!
Step 9) Test every USB device you own - and let us know in here: http://android.modac...devices-a-list/
Do something crazy like this -
Edited by Paul, 06 June 2011 - 02:11 PM.