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1  Community / Products and Services / Re: USB Host Shield 2.0 on: November 30, 2012, 02:50:02 am
Hi, I am trying to connect a Arduino to a Android mobile app using a USB Host shield.
I am using a Arduino Uno and a Sparkfun Host Shield.
This setup is working:

When I processess the usb_des sketch example in Arduino I got this printout:
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Start


01
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Device descriptor:
Descriptor Length:   12
Descriptor type:   01
USB version:      0200
Device class:      00
Device Subclass:   00
Device Protocol:   00
Max.packet size:   40
Vendor  ID:      0FCE
Product ID:      5167
Revision ID:      0226
Mfg.string index:   01
Prod.string index:   02
Serial number index:   03
Number of conf.:   01

Configuration descriptor:
Total length:      0043
Num.intf:      02
Conf.value:      01
Conf.string:      00
Attr.:         80
Max.pwr:      FA
Unknown descriptor:
Length:      05
Type:      09
Contents:   0300020904

Interface descriptor:
Intf.number:      00
Alt.:         00
Endpoints:      03
Intf. Class:      06
Intf. Subclass:      01
Intf. Protocol:      01
Intf.string:      00

Endpoint descriptor:
Endpoint address:   85
Attr.:         02
Max.pkt size:      0040
Polling interval:   00

Endpoint descriptor:
Endpoint address:   05
Attr.:         02
Max.pkt size:      0040
Polling interval:   00

Endpoint descriptor:
Endpoint address:   86
Attr.:         03
Max.pkt size:      0040
Polling interval:   05

Interface descriptor:
Intf.number:      01
Alt.:         00
Endpoints:      02
Intf. Class:      FF
Intf. Subclass:      42
Intf. Protocol:      01
Intf.string:      00

Endpoint descriptor:
Endpoint address:   87
Attr.:         02
Max.pkt size:      0040
Polling interval:   00

Endpoint descriptor:
Endpoint address:   06
Attr.:         02
Max.pkt size:      0040
Polling interval:   00


Addr:1(0.0.1)

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