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18th April 2012, 06:09 PM |#441  
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Connect phone / tablet to an external usb drive
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does anybody know about drivers for external drives (DVD)? Or could I use the provided usb storage drivers?

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18th April 2012, 06:10 PM |#442  
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Or could I use the provided usb storage drivers?

I guess so.
20th April 2012, 09:14 AM |#443  
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Yes, but without success: the tuner (/dev/dvb0.frontend0) isn't found because the detection via I2C fails ("DiB7000P: wrong Vendor ID (read=0x0)" twice).
Not the only problem I have with its OTG support

Does you have any news about your project for the I9100 ?
I check out some different sources and its seems to be that with the new ICS Roms the Kernel seems to be fixed for better supporting differen types of Protocoll.

Another good point for check out USB Host could be Siyah Kernel eg.
22nd April 2012, 06:56 PM |#444  
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Does you have any news about your project for the I9100 ?
I check out some different sources and its seems to be that with the new ICS Roms the Kernel seems to be fixed for better supporting differen types of Protocoll.

After having problems on the I9100 with USB host and kernel sources in ICS again, I switched to the I9250. Works like a charm.
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27th April 2012, 06:49 AM |#445  
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Hello,
I managed to get my Atrix to read a USB flash drive with a USB Y-splitter, thanks a lot for info.

I am a photographer so why cannot it read cards from a multi-card reader ??
8th May 2012, 08:04 PM |#446  
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Ok, guys, can someone help me with this?

It's about the DVB-T thingy. How do I compile the driver for my device or I can use the dvb modules provided for all DVB-T devices?
8th May 2012, 08:23 PM |#447  
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I can use the dvb modules provided for all DVB-T devices?

No, you need specific kernel modules and firmware as described here.
I was thinking of a kernel module auto installer/loader. If enough donations would be made, I might do it.
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8th May 2012, 08:40 PM |#448  
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So if it says "Yes, in kernel" next to a device, this means that I need to find the source files of the kernel module for the specified device and compile them?

If it says "Yes, by vendor" I guess things are hopeless. The vendor of my device "AverMedia Volar HX" is providing drivers only for x86/x64 systems, so I guess there is no way I could compile them for Android? Am I correct?
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So if it says "Yes, in kernel" next to a device, this means that I need to find the source files of the kernel module for the specified device and compile them?

You don't need to find them, since they're in the kernel source tree.

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If it says "Yes, by vendor" I guess things are hopeless. The vendor of my device "AverMedia Volar HX" is providing drivers only for x86/x64 systems, so I guess there is no way I could compile them for Android? Am I correct?

Yes, if they are binary-only.
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29th May 2012, 10:42 AM |#450  
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Hi,

I need some help installing this to my Nexus One..

Sven page said : Android 2.3.4; Kernel version: 2.6.35.7 based on g52630a3; Build number: GRJ22. Do I have to get those exact versions ?

I'm currently using one of the last Cyanogen 7.X, what ROM version should I use ?
Do I have to change the kernel ?

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29th May 2012, 11:32 AM |#451  
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Hi,

I need some help installing this to my Nexus One..

Sven page said : Android 2.3.4; Kernel version: 2.6.35.7 based on g52630a3; Build number: GRJ22. Do I have to get those exact versions ?

I'm currently using one of the last Cyanogen 7.X, what ROM version should I use ?
Do I have to change the kernel ?

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You don't install N1 USB driver to your phone but to your PC. Download and install Android sdk to your PC and connect your n1 and your PC will automatically search for a driver.

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