By default, pin 4 on the micro USB head is unused which provides a device peripheral connection when plugged into a host (e.g. PC or Mac).
To enable OTG mode on the micro USB head, short pins 4 and 5 to ground (black wire).
Once OTG is enabled, the micro USB head now acts as the host and a standard female USB head on the other end will be able to receive device peripherals.
- Generic micro USB cable
- USB extender
- leatherman skeletool cx
- mastercraft folding blade
- modeling tweezers and tape
- mastercraft soldering station
- rosin core electrical solder
- electrical tape
- modeling cement
1. Slice open micro USB head
2. Fix/solder connections and short pins 4 and 5
3. Splice micro USB cable with standard female USB cable
4. Seal everything up and test it out!
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