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[DFT]LEO USB Host for WM65

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By Cotulla, Senior Recognized Developer on 18th August 2011, 10:54 PM
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DFT LEO USBH WM65


Introduction

this project was started long time ago, but then, during luck of free time for this project, it was suspended.
Now, because it seems very hard to improve it more, we make decision to release developed stuffs. Also more interesting projects now appear


About release

This release contains drivers designed to allow connect different USB devices to HTC LEO (HTC HD2)
Those drivers designed for Windows Mobile 6.5 OS and they were successfully tested on 3.14 ROM. Other ROMs are not tested.

For using USB host ability you need use special cable or self-powered USB hub.
More information can be found here

This release supports HID and MassStorage profiles.
You can connect UsB Mouse, USB Keyboard, USB Stick, USB Hard Disk.
Of course, you need enough external power for devices.



Please remember, this is some kind of demonstration,
this implementation sometimes isn't stable and you can have issues during usage.



PLEASE MAKE DATA BACKUP BEFORE INSTALLING!


Installation:

1. Install CotullaCert.cab
2. Install DFT_LEO_USBH_WM65.CAB.
3. Reset.


Usage:

1. Programs -> USBH Switch
2. Disconnect from PC.
3. Press "Switch to Host" button.
4. Connect host device.
5. After some time it should be detected.
6. You can try to use it.
7. After usage you need reset your device to go back USB client mode.


NOTE: It's not recommended to connect device to PC during USB Host mode active!


Disclaimer:

This product is free to use at your own risk. We take no
responsibility for any conflict, fault, or damage caused by
this unlocking procedure. No warranties, implied or otherwise, are given if you agree to use this product.
No problems were found while testing this product on several different devices, your experience may vary.
Use of the Product for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited and to prohibit the use by xda.cn Forum.


USBH Switch program:




How it can looks in the real :

on picture you see a USB hub (without external power), a self made Y cable, LEO1024, USB mouse, USB Memory Stick and a bunch of cables.
I can see data on USB stick inside file explorer and can control device by mouse (cursor invisible by default). White cable go to USB male which used as VBUS 5V source.





18.08.2011
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18th August 2011, 11:16 PM |#2  
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nice , good job Bro
18th August 2011, 11:44 PM |#3  
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Wow, impressive work! I don't use the HD2 anymore, but it's bloody great to see some real good dev work being done on it, especially for WM6.5!
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19th August 2011, 12:24 AM |#4  
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is that mean i can browes my flash memory from my HD2 ?!!
19th August 2011, 12:43 AM |#5  
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Class, able to use a mouse on the HD2 brilliant! Keep up the good work
19th August 2011, 02:39 AM |#6  
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Hi Cotulla!! you finally made it!
Iīm your early "beta tester" from Argentina, we chatted via msn some months ago. Sadly I donīt have the HD2 anymore to try this again. I have an DHD now and there are some people trying to develop this same thing for the DHD.
Congrats!:
19th August 2011, 02:45 AM |#7  
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Cotulla, please port this to Android. I don't have an HD2 anymore, I upgraded to the Sensation, and i would LOVE to see this on there!
19th August 2011, 03:40 AM |#8  
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Thanks for not forgotten Windows Mobile 6.5. I am so grateful to see some continue development on this.

A great project, thanks for our big Bro... 謝謝老大。
19th August 2011, 04:37 AM |#9  
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Great work Mate....
I will flash win6.5 again just to check this....
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I might move back to Windows!! Thanks for the great work Cotulla!
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