OK, I'm with Hermes, but anyway... According to the specs, E-Tens have S3C2440 while we have SC32442, but they should be the same. The schematics
of the evaluation board (p.6) shows that there are two USB hosts: one from DN0/DP0 pins, the second from DN1/DP1 pins. The latter can also be configured as USB Device... and that's what we have at our MiniUSB connector.
So... if E-Ten uses the first USB Host pins, we're out of luck. If they've implemented it in shared mode, the driver should work. But I have a reason for a doubt: M600/M500 have separate I/O pins for USB host and device, while the connector itself is provided on the cradle. If they made it shared, it would be more easy to implement host/device sharing in the cradle rather than in the device...
A soldering iron may help, but I don't want to loose the warranty yet.
An owner of the Platform Builder may recompile the driver to utilize the shared pins as well. That's a better solution.
If you want to make an adapter for tests, note, that you need to supply +5V from an external power supply (which can be a PC USB port), and that you don't need to cross the pins: DN1 is D- for both host and device, and DP1 is D+ for both. Nothing but connectors and wires should be required.
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