- Aug 10, 2010
Is this sarcasm? Hamas buisness plan is to write their name on any chinese crap product they can find.The hub I was using during my tests explicitly says "USB 2.0" on it, and this isn't some Chinese knockoff product where people can write pretty much anything on it, it's an authentic one by Hama.
Well this is what dmesg was saying...Plugging it into my PC revealed that it needed to be formatted
Ah we should have explained that in the beginning.Especially because if I understand correctly, those gamepads are ideally supposed to work without any hud at all, so there may still be something that isn't quite right. But either way, we made some big progress already.
USB1 and USB2 are not compatible with each other. The usual procedure is to just put two different usb chips into one physical port and have it use whichever is faster.
Now for the pandora the USB1 chip appears to be missing (some claim its just not enabled) and any device that relies on the slower chip cant connect, usually input devices which dont need 400mb/s transfer speeds.