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autosuspend -1 or 0 means off, depending on kernel, otherwise it is the number of seconds to autosuspend level with the settings: on - suspend is disabled, device is fully powered auto - suspend is controlled by the kernel (default) suspend - suspend is enabled permanently You can write these strings to the file to control behaviour on a per-device basis. echo on > /sys/usb_device/.../device/power/level state current state of device 0 - fully powered 2 - suspended You can write these numbers to control behaviour, but any change you make here might change automatically if autosuspend is on. echo -n 0 > /sys/usb_device/.../device/power/state wakeup unknown
should "USB OTG Power Y Cable" on ebay work for me (by the seller novotm) ?
sorry im a newbie so it doesnt let me put links
i flashed the zip and it didnt work. im not sure if something wrong with the cable or something else
my defy doesn't detect the flash drive.
rom is CM9
you should put more details which ROM you are on.
In case you have:
it may work - in my case it does.
But keep in mind the Y-Cable doesn't charge your phone, the same time it is a USB host.
It just adds more power to USB client device (eg HDD).
I have a USB Y-Cable but never actually tried if it powers a HDD;
also have a tiny little USB OTG cable which is sufficient for my pendrive
nevertheless more details about your ROM may be needed to help in any way...
Here is a new version of the OTG kernel based on the latest AeroKernel for Android 4.2/4.3.
I integrated Quarx's fixes and made some more stability fixes which focus on not breaking existing kernel functionality. So as long as you do not connect an OTG cable, you should not notice any difference to the latest AeroKernel.
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