SCHEMATIC USB OTG
How to Make USB OTG Cable : 5 Steps (with Pictures
I made another schematic how you should wire things up so the USB will work as a host or OTG mode. - A lot of people wonder why have micro USB 5 pins instead of 4. Actually the extra pin or pin 4 is typically not connected in the normal USB cable but If it is connected to ground pin the phone will turn in a host mode and will be able to read USB keys, webcams, mice and keyboards.
USB hardware and PCB guidelines using STM32 MCUs
PDF fileB: USB 2.0 OTG FS, that is, USB 2.0 FS device/host/OTG controller with on-chip FS PHY C: USB 2.0 OTG HS, that is, USB 2.0 FS/HS device/host/OTG controller, integrating the transceivers for full-speed operation, and featuring an ULPI for high-speed operation: an external PHY device connected to the ULPI is required. D: USB 2.0 OTG HS controller
Make Your Own On-The-Go (OTG) USB Cable | Make:
In order for your Android phone or tablet to host a USB device such as an Arduino, you need an On-The-Go (OTG) USB cable. You can buy these for a few bucks online, but if you have an old USB cable around it’s easy and more fun to make one!
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PDF fileUSB On-The-Go (OTG) Basics wwwess Document No. 001-65231 Rev. *D 3 Figure 5. Backwards Cable Connection In Figure 5, two dual-role devices are connected with a mini-A to mini-B cable. The camera contains a printer driver. However, the mini-A end of the cable is connected to the printer, making it the default host. This will be backwards -
USB wiring diagram- Micro USB pinout, 7+ Images | SM Tech
The pin no. 4 (ID)is used for device identification especially in modern devices for OTG connections eg. smartphone OTG connector to connect a USB drive directly to the mobile phone. And the last pin no. 5 is a connection for ground signal which is pin no. 4 type USB-A through a wire.
USB C to USB A pinout - Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange
\$\begingroup\$ Pulling both CC pins to ground with a 5K resistor places the device in OTG mode if the device supports OTG mode. \$\endgroup\$ – Passerby Mar 10 '17 at 16:11 \$\begingroup\$ You probably need to clarify then which "device" you are talking about, the OP's device, or the "partner microprocessor OTG device" \$\endgroup\$ – Aleski Mar 11 '17 at 5:43
How to: Make your own USB OTG cable for an Android smartphone
USB connector types . In this workshop, we show you how you can build yourself an OTG cable (be it micro or mini) at almost no cost. Do note that the procedure mentioned here will involve hacking into your existing cable, and even a small blunder can potentially damage your cable or the device you use it with.
DIY Cable To Use OTG and Simultaneously Charge The Device
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[English-Audio]-USB C Type Adapter Hack: Converting
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[GUIDE]How to make otg cable with external p
STEP 7 - To connect the "USB A MALE" connector,which will be the external power to the OTG, you only need to connect red and black colored wires of it (the +5V and GND wires) to the matching colors of the other two cables you connected before ("MICRO USB B" and "USB A FEMALE"--The OTG CABLE you've made).