I tried with an USB key, a mSD and with a HDMI cable attached. Any advice on alternative solutions? (both HW and SW).
I wish I could relate or let alone try to understand what you just said. I would have been fine with typos , but clearly your sentence structure is off even without proper punctuation. Regardless, thank you for the information sir.
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I was using a third party DASH cable originally for my OP3, with my OP7P and noticed it does the same thing as your dock. Side note the OP7P could not be recognized in fastboot with said third party DASH cable.
But the OEM cable works without fail ever time could be pin/or chip? configuration but I don't know enough about Warp/DASH/VOOC to say.
I made some further tests and these are the results:
- With the dock powered with a PD cable (so charging the phone as well) the video signal works as expected but no other devices are recognized (I tried a USB key, a keyboard and the usual microSD but none are visible)
- Using a simple USB-C to HDMI cable the video out works like a charm
I think the USB issue might be related to the drivers needed to identify the device (a similar situation happened to me on the Nexus 7 several years ago and I fixed it changing the kernel). For now I think I will have to find a different dock. The best one for my needs should have 2 USB, mSD slot, HDMI and Ethernet. Any tips?
One further update:
I used the same dock on the Mi A1 with Android P and it is properly recognized with both the mSD and the USB key attached. Obviously there is no HDMI out since the port is only a USB 2.0 one rather than a 3.1 like the OP7P.
At this point I think it might be related to drivers only, because the notification for an attached USB is there but it is not simply recognized (to be honest if i use the PD-USB while having the mSD inserted, the phone is charged but no popup for attached USB device is shown in that case).
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