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[Q] Does Charge support USB OTG?

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Default [Q] Does Charge support USB OTG?

I know that several android devices support the on-the-go spec to enable usb keyboards, mouse, external hd's, etc...and I've been looking in to buying a micro usb to usb a adapter that would allow me to plug in regular usb devices. Has anyone messed around with the Charge to see if it actually supports usb OTG? Using a keyboard or usb controller with this phone would be awesome, especially since I just bought the HDMI output cable.
 
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I'd like to know as well, would be nice to use a keyboard

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I do not know if about otg but bluetooth keyboards and mice work.

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Apparently other Galaxy S phones support USB OTG at the SoC level, but as far as I can tell no one has actually been able to get it working.
Not sure about the Charge specifically.
 
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Apparently other Galaxy S phones support USB OTG at the SoC level, but as far as I can tell no one has actually been able to get it working.
Not sure about the Charge specifically.
Ice cream sandwhich or whatever they are calling 2.4 (these names really confuse me) is supposed to open it up to all the SoC's that have it integrated and not doing anything at the moment.
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