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Usb OTG only host drivers in host mode
When usb otg mode is enabled, at least one gadget driver must be installed to initialize the otg and then host drivers starts to detect usb peripheral devices such as usb mass storages. Is there any way to workaround this issue? I dont want to install gadget drivers to enable host mode. My kernel version is 2.6.37 (arago).
You can select one gadget driver (say g_zero) at Drivers->USB support->Gadget Support->Gadget driver-> select [gadget zero] as builtin
Make sure that gadget controller at Drivers->USB support->Gadget Support->Gadget controller is set to Inventra
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when i connect my board to pc through usb otg port........pc is acting as host and my board as device,its working perfectly fine ,but when i connect a usb pendrive to my board,the otg switch is not happening,still my board is acting as device and not detecting usb pendrive,,plzz help??????????/
Give some info about your system, board, soc, operating system and its version.
Its a linux 3.0.15 version,,freescale-imx6 board....only problem is the OTG switching is not happening.....My requirement is y board should act as host and usb pendrive connected should act as device......
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