Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an interface to communicate between the mobile device and the computer. Peripherials are devices attached to a computer. So this is about how to use other USB devices such as disks, memory sticks, and others with your Android device.

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Android chroot ubuntu - is it possible to get ubuntu to recognise usb devices

I've managed to setup the chroot but I'm unsure how to get the chroot to recognise usb devices. I'll be doing so work with microcontrollers hence I neeed to to recognise my usb based programmer. For ...
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Connecting a National Instruments device to an android phone

I'm attempting to connect a national instruments usb data aquisition device to a samsung galaxy s2 mobile phone. As far as I can tell the phone has a USB driver but no driver exists to run the ...
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USB host mode with class compliant audio interfaces

I have an HTC EVO, and it is my understanding that the hardware supports USB host mode. I am still working to confirm this, but even if it doesn't, I understand other devices do, and that the Android ...
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What are workable/straightforward methods for using external game controllers (bluetooth, USB) with the Android platform?

I own an Archos 43 IT running Android 2.2. It is my understanding that the Archos devices in this product line support USB Host and Bluetooth. What are workable/straightforward methods for using ...
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Can I drive a USB webcam with my android touchpad?

I have I have an Android touchpad and a usb webcam... Can I use the pad to control the webcam?
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Any way I could use a USB monitor with my Droid?

The Droid doesn't support video out but I'd like to have a bigger screen sometimes. The Mimo would be cool but their they don't seem to have Android drivers (or even linux drivers). Any way to do ...