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[Q] how to read pendrive on kindle fire hd 7 "

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By PhoenixIT, Junior Member on 4th April 2014, 11:13 AM
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hello guys, I'm just writing because I am looking for solution for my kfhd7 " which does not have otg. ROMs which can solve my problem to read a pen drive or external hdd? thanks
 
 
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Unfortunately, none of them.

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hi, but you think it is hardware problem or just wait for the Rom.
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To use otg on our device you need a modded kernal with otg support

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And a power supply to give the device enough power to run, I'm pretty sure this is why hashcode disabled it because it is impractical to have otg enabled if you need an external power source to power it.

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hello, this is right, but the need to have more space for your data when wifi is not working is a really unpleasant limit.
which existing kernel to make this work
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