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By rouckas, Junior Member on 1st November 2012, 04:08 PM
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Hi,
does anybody know, whether USB OTG is supported by Desire X? I assume it is not supported by the stock system, but can I expect the support to be added by some custom system?

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1st November 2012, 08:34 PM |#2  
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I don't want to make myself an idiot, but, what's USB OTG?

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1st November 2012, 09:45 PM |#3  
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I don't want to make myself an idiot, but, what's USB OTG?

It stands for USB on the go. It is the ability of the phone to act as USB host. So that you can connect a USB flash drive, keyboard, or mouse... to the phone.
2nd November 2012, 12:18 AM |#4  
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There is an app in Google Play that allows to check your phone's capability of USB OTG or USB Host Mode, but I couIdn't test it with my Desire X, because I don't have any USB peripherals with a micro-usb connector. The app only says there are "classes" found (don't ask me what that means) that seem to support it. I couldn't see anything in the manual about it either.

The One X doesn't even have USB OTG with the kernel it uses now, but they might enable it in a future kernel update (read that somewhere).

Your best bet is to contact HTC support and ask them straight out.
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20th December 2012, 05:42 PM |#5  
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I tested the app.
The Kernel is not supporting USB Hosting. (It`s only a Software issue, i think)

Hopefully the update will bring this feature.
20th December 2012, 06:56 PM |#6  
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S4 Play on MSM8225 doesn't support OTG. Just go on Qualcomm site and you can see it.
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Storage A bit late....
Hahaha I am a bit late on this one, but all aspects of USB OTG are functional on the Desire X w/ stock and some custom roms. This includes storage, keyboard/mouse, gamepads and much much more. Works flawlessly, and better than the Nexus 7 2013 on Stock can manage (no usb storage support!) One of the reasons I switched to CM 11 on my Nexus.
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Originally Posted by Chipotleez

Hahaha I am a bit late on this one, but all aspects of USB OTG are functional on the Desire X w/ stock and some custom roms. This includes storage, keyboard/mouse, gamepads and much much more. Works flawlessly, and better than the Nexus 7 2013 on Stock can manage (no usb storage support!) One of the reasons I switched to CM 11 on my Nexus.

The thing is, USB OTG works only from Android version 4.1 and newer. 4.0 has no OTG support.
11th March 2014, 08:44 PM |#9  
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The thing is, USB OTG works only from Android version 4.1 and newer. 4.0 has no OTG support.

Yeah, I forgot to mention that
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How come when I try to connect a ps3 controller it doesn't work but USB storage does work.

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11th March 2014, 08:52 PM |#11  
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How come when I try to connect a ps3 controller it doesn't work but USB storage does work.

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I think that you dont have the drivers.
Google it.

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