Trash, I'm pretty sure you're conflating USB peripheral vs. host devices again. (Granted, I'm having trouble following things again.)
Gorgonops wrote:There are some small microcontrollers that are fast enough to do USB Host in software
Bunsen wrote:seems like you can get ARM Cortexes for under $2 in single quantities these days. Add a handful of bucks for one with lots of built in I/O.
Lots of potentially useful clues in this thread:
http://forums.parallaxinc.com/forums/de ... 5&m=426250the latest 32-bit line-up from NXP / ARM Cortex range. / basic 8K/8K 50MHz version / only $1.31 in 100 quantities ($1.76 one off), and only slightly more for 32K Flash versions. What am I doing even thinking about 8-bit'rs? /
Then there was the LPC1343 with built in USB MSC and HID capabilities! Ok, these weren't under $2, but around $5, which is what I pay just for an FT232R anyway. /
A free development environment exists based on the Eclipse IDE.
Gorgonops wrote:It's the ADB side you need to figure out
techknight wrote:[ADB] was done by Microchip Inc. and the application note is published
techknight wrote:I may be reading this the wrong way
techknight wrote:I've completed a few as time allowed
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