Can Android interface with USB devices?

by Will » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 02:12:08 GMT


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 Question for anyone who knows:

Can Android interface with USB devices, like Phidgets?  I didn't find
any documentation indicating either way. Has anyone done any work with
USB devices connected to the G1?

My goal is to use a Phidget Encoder to stream data into Android for an
app I'm writing.

Thanks a bunch! (I would appreciate any kind of answer :P   )

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