My post is referring to using the Overo board as a Device (you are using it as Host). So I don't know if its a similar problem. Are you sure your device is getting detected as full-speed ? Is that what it sais in kernel logs ?

There is no way to force a device to high-speed. It is something it has to perform by itself during connection. And connecting the device to any other machine would be the easiest test to see if it can work in hi-speed.

Good luck

On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 3:14 AM, bk. <bk.0@live.com> wrote:

I'm trying to transfer files to a USB stick through the OTG port.  From
other posts, apparently the USB stick was detected as a full-speed device
(but I need faster).  I haven't connected the USB through a hub, external
power has been supplied.  Sorry, I should have said that originally.

Is there a way to set it at the higher speed (trick it to think its a high
speed device?) or does it seem like theres a problem with the USB stick?


Boris Dinkevich-2 wrote:
> Hi
> 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.
> Regards,
> Boris Dinkevich

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