PARALLELING OUTPUTSHigher output currents can be obtained by parallelingthe outputs of both bridges. For example, theoutputs of an L298N can be connected in parallel tomake a single 3.5 A bridge. To ensure that the currentis fairly divided between the bridges they mustbe connected as shown in figure 2. In other words,channel one should be paralleled with channel fourand channel two paralleled with channel three.Apart from this rule the connection is very straightforward- the inputs, enables, outputs and emittersare simply connected together.The outputs of an L293 or L293E can also be paralleled- in this case too channel 1 must be paralleledwith channel 4 and channel 2 with channel 3.But if two bridges are needed this is not a good ideabecause an L298N may be used. However, if onlyFigure 2 : For higher currents outputs can be paralleled.Take care to parallel channel 1with channel 4 and channel 2 with channel3.
I am only using one motor, but it is a stepper motor, so would it follow the same principle? (I don't fully understand if that is possible)
So trying to do this in a breadboard is not possible?
I would wire it by connecting pins 1-4 and 2-3