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Micro-usb for Data
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I've powered this using the GPIO pins, so the micro usb port is free. Can it be used for a data connection? Is there a simple test I can perform to find out?

EDIT: From the schematic, the bq24392 is the charging port, and has OTG capabilities hinted...
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There's a datasheet here that says the connector supports data: http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/bq24392.pdf
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#2
Welll, I bought a usb-otg cable and tried plugging in a keyboard, and I tried a flash drive but neither worked.
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