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4 Jan 2005
I tested this with C3000 (ROM 1.01 JP). Use a USB mini-A cable to connect C3000 with your USB mass-storage device.

[Procedures]
1)
CODE
cd /mnt
mkdir usbhdd


2) Create a file /etc/hotplug/usb/usb-storage as follows. chmod it as 755.
CODE
#!/bin/sh
. /etc/hotplug/hotplug.functions
if [ ! -L /var/run/usb/%proc%bus%usb%* ]; then
 mesg Try to Mount
 mount /mnt/usbhdd
 if [ $? = 0 ]; then
   ln -s /etc/hotplug/usb/usb-storage.off $REMOVER
   mesg make REMOVER in $REMOVER
 fi
fi


3) Create a file /etc/hotplug/usb/usb-storage.off as follows. chmod it as 755.
CODE
#!/bin/sh
. /etc/hotplug/hotplug.functions
mesg Removing /mnt/usbhdd
umount /mnt/usbhdd
rmmod usb-storage


4) Add the following one line to /etc/fstab
CODE
/dev/sda1       /mnt/usbhdd     vfat    noauto,umask=000,noatime,iocharset=utf8,codepage=932    0  0


5) Connect your USB mass-storage device, you should be able to see it at /mnt/usbmem in a second you pluged the device. This is also visible from Sharp's qtopia GUI File manager.
4 Jan 2005
I tested this with my C3000 (ROM 1.01 JP) with Sprint PCS SANYO VM4500

[What's you need]
- USB mini-A(male) to USB A (female) cable.
ex.) http://www.goldxproducts.com/cable/qu.htm
or
http://catalog.blackbox.com/BlackBox/Templ.../mainscreen.asp

- USB cable for your cell phone (Future dial)
http://www.futuredial.com/Products/cables/P_cables.htm



[Procedures]
1) Create the device /dev/ttyACM0.
CODE
# mknod /dev/ttyACM0 c 166 0  


2) Go to setup menu, create a new dial-up access point.
- Choose IrDA dial-up
- Phone number is #777
- Username is your SprintPCS userid.
- Password is your SprintPCS password.
- Leave the 'additional modem initialization' blank.
- save it.
NOTE: Mine is pure Japanese version, so I don't know exact acronym used in English converted version but should be very similar.

3) Go to /etc/ppp/peers and find a file something like IRDAxxxxxxxxx that is the one network setup wazard just created. Modify the 2nd line of the IRDAxxxxxxxxx.

CODE
noipdefault
/dev/ttyACM0 115200
connect '/usr/sbin/chat -s -v -t 60 ABORT "NO CARRIER" ABORT "NO DIALTONE" ABORT "BUSY" "" "ATDT#777" CONNECT "\\d\\d"'
crtscts
lock
modem
user "xxxxxxxx"
defaultroute
mtu 576
mru 576
connect-delay 1000
remotename IRDAxxxxxxxxx


4) Now you can dial from the network connection.

5) If it doesn't work well, check /dev/shm/tmp/qpe-pppd-log to see what's going on. In successful case, it looks like this.....
CODE
Dec 31 09:18:56 localhost pppd[2554]: pppd 2.4.0 started by root, uid 0
Dec 31 09:18:57 localhost chat[2562]: abort on (NO CARRIER)
Dec 31 09:18:57 localhost chat[2562]: abort on (NO DIALTONE)
Dec 31 09:18:57 localhost chat[2562]: abort on (BUSY)
Dec 31 09:18:57 localhost chat[2562]: send (ATDT#777^M)
Dec 31 09:18:57 localhost chat[2562]: expect (CONNECT)
Dec 31 09:19:01 localhost chat[2562]: ATDT#777^M^M
Dec 31 09:19:01 localhost chat[2562]: CONNECT
Dec 31 09:19:01 localhost chat[2562]:  -- got it
Dec 31 09:19:01 localhost chat[2562]: send (\d\d^M)
Dec 31 09:19:03 localhost pppd[2554]: Serial connection established.
Dec 31 09:19:03 localhost pppd[2554]: using channel 2
Dec 31 09:19:03 localhost pppd[2554]: Using interface ppp0
Dec 31 09:19:03 localhost pppd[2554]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyACM0
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru 576> <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x51bb94ec> <pcomp> <accomp>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b440 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [LCP ConfReq id=0x96 <mru 1500> <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x72a0deea>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: lcp_reqci: returning CONFACK.
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [LCP ConfAck id=0x96 <mru 1500> <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x72a0deea>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [LCP ConfRej id=0x1 <mru 576>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b440.
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x2 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x51bb94ec> <pcomp> <accomp>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b440 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x2 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0x51bb94ec> <pcomp> <accomp>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b440.
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr 0.0.0.0> <compress VJ 0f 01>]
Dec 31 09:19:04 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [CCP ConfReq id=0x1 <bsd v1 15>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b7a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [LCP DiscReq id=0x97 magic=0x72a0deea]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfReq id=0x98 <addr 68.28.160.194>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: ipcp: returning Configure-ACK
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfAck id=0x98 <addr 68.28.160.194>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfRej id=0x1 <compress VJ 0f 01>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x2 <addr 0.0.0.0>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [LCP ProtRej id=0x99 80 fd 01 01 00 07 15 03 2f]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b7a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfNak id=0x2 <addr 68.241.97.224> <ms-dns1 68.28.186.11> <ms-dns3 68.28.178.11>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x3 <addr 68.241.97.224>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfNak id=0x3 <ms-dns1 68.28.186.11> <ms-dns3 68.28.178.11>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x4 <addr 68.241.97.224>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfNak id=0x4 <ms-dns1 68.28.186.11> <ms-dns3 68.28.178.11>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x5 <addr 68.241.97.224>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Timeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0 in 3 seconds.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: rcvd [IPCP ConfAck id=0x5 <addr 68.241.97.224>]
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Untimeout 0x20084bc:0x203b6a0.
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: ipcp: up
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: local  IP address 68.241.97.224
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: remote IP address 68.28.160.194
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-up started (pid 2574)
Dec 31 09:19:05 localhost pppd[2554]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-up finished (pid 2574), status = 0x0


Note that you may need to re-do step 3) for a few times. It looks every time something has changed in the wizard, it overwrites the entire file (IRDAxxxxxxxxx).
3 Jan 2005
As I posted in another thread, I am using GoldX Quick Connect USB cable kit to make USB host working on my C3000.

http://www.goldxproducts.com/cable/qu.htm

But this cable is little too long, and I just need [mini-A male] - [A female] cable.
It looks to me some of the USB OTG(On-The-Go) devices do have such cable.
So far, what I found are.... (please note I haven't confirmed)

- ioCombo USB ON-THE-GO
http://www.iocombo.com/main/configurator2.php?system_id=0CC0

- iRiver H320 or H340

but I don't want to pay that much money just to get small piece of cable.....
anyone please post if you know some other options.

BTW, I just stopped by my local (very small) RadioShack and I found Quick Connect cable in store there!! What a surprise, I got mine through online dealer and hence I had to wait for about a week.
3 Jan 2005
Hello this is newbie's 2nd post.
I recently got C3000 and also QuickConnect USB Cable which has connector for USB mini-type-A.

http://www.goldxproducts.com/cable/qu.htm

My C3000 is pure Japanese version (ROM 1.01 JP) and no additional modules are added. However, I was rather amazed to see many of my USB devices are working on C3000. Here is the list.

[[[Works]]]
Mass storage (Driver=usb-storage)
# By adding some scripts, mount/umount can be automatically done at hot-plugs.
- Xdrive (2.5" HDD enclosure with various card slot and MP3 playback)
ID 0d7d:1270 Apacer
- Archos Gmini200 (1.8" 20GB HDD MP3 player)
ID 0e79:1202
- USB flash memory 256MB
ID 090c:1000 Feiya Technology Corp.

Cell Phone (Driver=acm)
- Sprint PCS Sanyo VM4500 (I used USB cable came with SnapMedia)
ID 0474:0701 Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd
# This was the biggest surprise for me.

USB Hub
- CyberPower batery powered USB hub 4-port
ID 0409:0059 NEC Corp.


[[[Doesn't Work]]]
GPS
- Pharos GPS-360 (originally came with Microsoft Street & Trips)
'lsusb -v' shows that interface class is vendor specific, maybe that's why driver is not loaded.
bInterfaceClass 255 Vendor Specific Class

IrDA
- SigmaTel, Inc. STIr4200 IrDA Bridge
This doesn't need to work because C3000 has built-in IrDA anyway.


Some of the above require some 'tricks', I will post more details later.

For all C3000 users:
Check out /etc/hotplug/usb.distmap that is the list how each USB device driver is associated with the connected devices. Some of them are venderID/productID specific, but many are pretty generic definitions.
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