External peripherals emulating keyboard input

by Jarek » Sat, 05 Dec 2009 02:44:28 GMT


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 I am trying to develop a device which would attach to my Droid and
send keystrokes to it, but I need help understanding how the USB OTG
works. I have the basic pinout, but is there a reference and
instruction set guide anywhere, preferably with example code? Has
anyone had any luck developing similar peripherals?

 http://wiki.droid-devs.com/images/7/7b/Otg.png 

Thank you for your time.

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