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university:tools:pluto:usb_otg_host_function_support [19 Aug 2019 19:49]
Robin Getz [Mass Storage Drive Support]
university:tools:pluto:usb_otg_host_function_support [27 Jan 2021 22:37]
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 When the device is powered from the Auxiliary Power Supply it support various HOST functions, such as USB WIFI, Storage and HID. When the device is powered from the Auxiliary Power Supply it support various HOST functions, such as USB WIFI, Storage and HID.
-Using the correct cables is the key to [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​USB_On-The-Go|OTG]] operation.+Using the correct cables is the key to [[wp>USB_On-The-Go|OTG]] operation.
  
 ===== USB Wifi Support ===== ===== USB Wifi Support =====
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 ===== Mass Storage Drive Support =====  ===== Mass Storage Drive Support ===== 
  
-PlutoSDR or M2k allows in [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​USB_On-The-Go|OTG]] Host mode the attachment of USB Mass Storage Devices. +PlutoSDR or M2k allows in [[wp>USB_On-The-Go|OTG]] Host mode the attachment of USB Mass Storage Devices. 
-The supported file system is currently [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​File_Allocation_Table|FAT/​FAT32]] only. Kernel Hotplug mechanisms are used to automount the available partitions under /media. Once the storage is mounted the LED1 will stay constantly ON. Upon storage removal the media is un-mounted and the **LED1** will resume its heartbeat flash. There is also a save unmount functionality implemented using the [[./​hacking/​hardware#​connectors|hidden button]]. If pressed while a media is mounted the media is unmounted and the **LED1** will also resume to heartbeat flash.+The supported file system is currently [[wp>File_Allocation_Table|FAT/​FAT32]] only. Kernel Hotplug mechanisms are used to automount the available partitions under /media. Once the storage is mounted the LED1 will stay constantly ON. Upon storage removal the media is un-mounted and the **LED1** will resume its heartbeat flash. There is also a save unmount functionality implemented using the [[./​hacking/​hardware#​connectors|hidden button]]. If pressed while a media is mounted the media is unmounted and the **LED1** will also resume to heartbeat flash.
  
 Someone may ask what’s the purpose of the USB Mass Storage Device Support? Someone may ask what’s the purpose of the USB Mass Storage Device Support?
university/tools/pluto/usb_otg_host_function_support.txt · Last modified: 27 Jan 2021 22:37 by Robin Getz