Hi Alexander,

Thanks for your answer. I'm using the host port on my board, and I'm not pretty sure if the devices I tried are USB 2.0 devices or not. I will try to get my hands on a fast USB hub and will keep in touch with the list if that solved the problem.

Regards,
Jeremie.


On 18/10/11 12:23, Alexander Thomas wrote:
Hi Jeremie,

Are you using the USB OTG port or the host port?
Unfortunately USB is a little tricky on the Overo boards:
- If you use the host port then only high-speed USB 2.0 devices will
work (your flash drive should work unless it is really old). You must
use a high-speed hub with this port to use USB 1.1 devices.
- If you use the OTG port then every device that requires less than
100mA should work. But you must use an adaptor that grounds the ID pin
to use this port in host mode, and this adaptor must be plugged in at
boot time. You can use a low-speed hub with the OTG port, but it must
be a powered hub.

Alexander


On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 9:26 AM, Jeremie Y. Chevalier
<chevalier@multitel.be> wrote:
Hello,

I've tried several low-power peripherals such as a mouse, a flash drive, a keyboard, etc. but nothing seems to be recognized.

Is there any specific USB modules to compile and to add to the Palmtop image ?

Regards,
Jeremie.

On 17/10/11 23:09, Alex Gibson wrote:

On 17/10/2011 9:16 PM, Jeremie Y. Chevalier wrote:

Hello everyone,

Any idea on this problem?

Regards,
Jeremie.

Tried using a powered hub ?

If you plug a usb/flash drive in is it recognised ?


Alex

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