Thanks for the feedback.

I have indeed checked the registers of the TPS65950 and they actually detect the ID pin correctly. So far I'm trying to get an interrupt from the TPS when plugging a device without any luck so far, but at least I know that the ID pin is properly connected to the Atlas. Why GPIO41 ? I wonder also...

Sebastien

On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 1:01 AM, Søren Steen Christensen <lists@ssc-solutions.dk> wrote:
> ID USB OTG pin is connected to ID in TPS65950.

Anybody knowing/having any idea why it’s called GPIO41 then? I checked the
ID pin on TPS65950 and it doesn’t seem to be able to be muxed to a GPIO
(like some of the other TPS pins), so this isn’t the reason :-)

Thanks for clarifying
 Søren


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