From my fair experience I have the same boards.You must connect both shields using one of these and solder them to the USB Host Shield on the side. You will see how it matches the Arduino UNO nicely. And just put the USB Host Shield on top of the Arduino. It ain't that hard.The link mentioned in HERE for the stuff used to solder with the board. I am totally new to these things so can u suggest me any tutorial for soldering this stuff and what is these pins called so that I can order them ? Test code? Try the descriptor/parser from USB Host Shield 1.0 with the Arduino IDE 0022. Attach a USB device and you must see the description from the device with the serial monitor.The problem (as I read so far) you must make some changes in the pins from the USB HS to work with Arduino IDE 1.0 and USB Host Shield 2.0 (solder pin 7 with RST but I'm haven't tried it so far).
I just got a USB host shield board from Sparkfun electronics. I require help for the below mentioned 1. What connection I need to have from Arduino to USB host shield. I need to connect the SPI pins to the corresponding numbering on the USB Host shield ? Can anyone provide me help in knowing the connection which i need to make. 2. I need a test code to check whether the USB Host is working