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[Q] USB OTG in SGS Advance?

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Android 4.4 roms based on cyanogenmod have OTG support right?? Novathor settings has an option to enable voltage to USB port. I dont have OTG cable. So i have not tested it yet. Is it working on roms like CM11 ???
No, SGSA has no USB OTG support.
Only thing you can do is to enable power output for USB, thus you can charge an other device or power a van in the summer
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No, SGSA has no USB OTG support.
Only thing you can do is to enable power output for USB, thus you can charge an other device or power a van in the summer
Thnx. Saved me 50 bucks. I was planning to buy one after confirming..
 
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reference doc of 9070's USB switch: http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tsu6111.pdf
-> the USB switch manages USB OTG

9070's source code suggests that it shoud support it:
/* USB-OTG API function */
#define BOOT_API_USB_INIT 10
#define BOOT_API_USB_GET_NB_BYTES_RECEIVED 11
#define BOOT_API_USB_SET_CONFIGURATION 12
#define BOOT_API_USB_RECEIVE_DATA 13
#define BOOT_API_USB_TRANSMIT_DATA 14
#define BOOT_API_USB_IS_CONFIG_RECEIVED 15
#define BOOT_API_USB_IS_SESSION_VALID 16
#define BOOT_API_USB_IT_PROCESS 17
#define BOOT_API_USB_GET_STATUS 18
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_DISCONNECT 19
#define BOOT_API_USB_INIT_EP 20
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_INITIALIZE 21
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_CONNECT 22
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_CLOSE 23
 
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reference doc of 9070's USB switch: http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tsu6111.pdf
-> the USB switch manages USB OTG

9070's source code suggests that it shoud support it:
/* USB-OTG API function */
#define BOOT_API_USB_INIT 10
#define BOOT_API_USB_GET_NB_BYTES_RECEIVED 11
#define BOOT_API_USB_SET_CONFIGURATION 12
#define BOOT_API_USB_RECEIVE_DATA 13
#define BOOT_API_USB_TRANSMIT_DATA 14
#define BOOT_API_USB_IS_CONFIG_RECEIVED 15
#define BOOT_API_USB_IS_SESSION_VALID 16
#define BOOT_API_USB_IT_PROCESS 17
#define BOOT_API_USB_GET_STATUS 18
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_DISCONNECT 19
#define BOOT_API_USB_INIT_EP 20
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_INITIALIZE 21
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_CONNECT 22
#define BOOT_API_USB_CUST_CLOSE 23
I am sure that CoCafe did good research about that already...
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i try may times with many proggrams and wont work for me ;/
 
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i try may times with many proggrams and wont work for me ;/
Wasted time, OTG in S Advance will never become reality.

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Wasted time, OTG in S Advance will never become reality.

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i don't think so, i learning about kernel porting from other devices. maybe soon i do first try kernel from xperia with this same chipset as our s advance.
 
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i don't think so, i learning about kernel porting from other devices. maybe soon i do first try kernel from xperia with this same chipset as our s advance.
Just do not post kernel until you test it yourself - we do not want noob users to get bricking their phones.
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i don't think so, i learning about kernel porting from other devices. maybe soon i do first try kernel from xperia with this same chipset as our s advance.
Wasted time. S Advance has a different usb switch/voltage regulator afaik. Missing OTG support is hardware related.

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Just do not post kernel until you test it yourself - we do not want noob users to get bricking their phones.
i know that i don't wanna have on conscience many bricked devices actually i'm have 1-2h daily free time to do this so it may take some time ;/ if i have news about it i will write a post with news about it

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