Galaxy Nexus S3C USB Host driver not found
I’m new to Android, so I apologize in advance if I’m overlooking something fundamental.
I'm running Android 4.0.4 CyanogenMod Ver 9-20120614-NIGHTLY-toro on a Galaxy Nexus.
I downloaded and installed USB HOST.
When I start it says “S3C USB Host driver not found”.
I’m assuming that my OS does not/did not include this driver.
When I look at your posts on xdadevelopers ([KERNEL][ICS-CM9 or JVU] USB Host mode (OTG) driver for SGS i9000 [BUILD 5]) it seems you include this driver in a kernel that you have written???
Being from the Windows world it does not make sense to replace the kernel of my OS when I only need a driver. (assuming that is the problem/why I’m seeing S3C USB Host driver not found error)
Is there any way to load only the driver or do I need to replace the kernel of my OS with your kernel?
On another note regarding power out the USB port. (I have seen quite a few references to enabling power out the US port in this thread)
Before I found USB Host, I first found/tried a app called “Stick Mount” users many there claim to only use a OTG cable with their devices and make no mention of an eternal USB hub to provide power…so it would appear that they are getting power the port/pin 1/somewhere??
So maybe the makers of Stick Mount have solved the power out of the USB port problem???
Anyway I have a compact flash card that I’m trying to read using my USB port of my Galaxy Nexus he but I’m first testing with a thumb drive.
If I could get this to work on my phone it would be heaven.