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xandery
laugh.gif OK ,I 'd like to share the tips of setting up the USB Host on C3000.

1.Get a mini AB cable and plug your usb mass storage in it
2.Plug it iin C3000
3.Open terminal and type the following words
#bash 2.05 su
#mount /dev/sda1/ mnt / usbstorage
4.open your file manager to check if your usb mass storage is mount on C3000

Translated from USB Host On C3000
wgp2000
Have you or anyone else tried this on a c3000?

My understanding was that the Sharp ROM on the c3000 would not support USB Host.


Bill
xandery
QUOTE(wgp2000 @ Nov 22 2004, 08:43 PM)
Have you or anyone else tried this on a c3000?

My understanding was that the Sharp ROM on the c3000 would not support USB Host.


Bill

I've tested this and it DOES work great with my HDD mp3 player!
But I am not sure if C3000 can detect devices that don't have a internal battery, such as card reader,etc. biggrin.gif
wormwood
Thanks for the tip xandery!
I just purchased the cable from iRiver, should be getting it soon happy.gif
fiasco
QUOTE(xandery @ Nov 21 2004, 07:36 PM)
laugh.gif  OK ,I 'd like to share the tips of setting up the USB Host on C3000.

1.Get a mini AB cable and plug your usb mass  storage in it
2.Plug it iin C3000
3.Open terminal and type the following words
#bash 2.05  su
#mount /dev/sda1/ mnt / usbstorage
4.open your file manager to check if  your usb mass storage is mount on C3000

Translated from  USB Host On C3000

I tried this with my iriver140, but get
failed no such device or address.
Admittedly I used a connector to join two usb cable together.
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