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  1. #1
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    Red face USB On-the-go for N95

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know if the N95 supports USB on-the-go ?

    I am working on a project to transfer some data via the usb to an FPGA. Unfortunately the FPGA does not have host capabilities and I was wondering if I can use the usb-otg to bypass this. Does anyone know how to activate USB-otg on such a mobile ?

    Thanks !

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    Re: USB On-the-go for N95

    N95 does not support OTG. N810 and several Series 40 phones support OTG.

    See more here:
    http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso...nterfaces.html
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    Re: USB On-the-go for N95

    This link doesn't work: http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/reso...nterfaces.html

    Is there any site where Nokia devices with USB OTG features are listed?

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    Re: USB On-the-go for N95

    back in 2008 propably none of the devices supported this feature. Don't really know where to get full list, anyway, the cable supported devices lists at least can be found from: http://www.nokia.co.in/find-products.../compatibility

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    Re: USB On-the-go for N95

    Quote Originally Posted by szezo View Post
    Is there any site where Nokia devices with USB OTG features are listed?
    Several latest devices like N8, E7, C3-01, E6, etc support USB OTG. You can see the list of supported devices and the device specifications here https://www.developer.nokia.com/Devi...pecifications/

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