It is stated on the gumsitx site the the overo boards provide High-Speed host/device/otg connection. USB2.0 only means that it supports the standard, not the actual speed supported (High/Full/Low),

So it should work at 480M/bit. I managed to get it partially working at Full speed (12M/bit) as a device.

Are you trying to run as host/device/full otg/vanilla otg ?

Would be very nice if you can keep us/me posted on your progress. Especially if you get it to work.

Boris Dinkevich

On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 5:58 AM, Joe2 <joeavery2@hotmail.com> wrote:

bk. wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm working with a overo water with palo43, for some applications
> involving USB transfer.  I am having trouble finding if this system has
> USB 2.0 working on it, has anyone been using this?
> Thanks,
> bk.


USB OTG is a usb2.0 standard. Thus it should comply. As I recall though some
people did speed tests and found that there seemed to be a bottle neck, but
I might be mistaken, it may have been SD card reads or WiFi transfers or

I believe the host port is only good for hi-speed 12 Mbit/sec. But then
again I may be wrong.
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