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Old 02-20-2013, 01:49 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by CHOFF (by email love him)
some more things that I have forgotten:
- You will need a *special* USB hub which provides power on the upstream port in order to test the OTG host mode. Alternatively a USB-Y-Cable should do, with the additional power line being connected to your laptop. See here for instructions on how to build such a cable . The cable can also be bought at several computer stores.

Further work still needs to be done such that it becomes possible to connect also normal hubs to the Kindle. Only reason why you need a powered hub is that the Kindle's USB port notices that there is activity on the port and wakes it up from low power suspend mode.
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