Bananian

OTG support by Bananian

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joemac  
sashijoseph replied at Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:15
Reply 7# markodeablo

Hi Mark..

So let me see if I have this straight.  We are using Raspbian on the Banana pi.  So, if I replace the script.bin file with the one in the tar, this will enable the OTG port?  I don't need to recompile the kernel?

use bananian-config to enable OTG

I realize this is resurrecting an old thread, but as an FYI, the current bananian-config does not mention anything about the OTG port.   Is there another way to config the port to be used like a standard USB port?  Or is the previously mentioned script the only method?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Dolfeus  
digitalmouse replied at Jan 31, 2016 11:21
I realize this is resurrecting an old thread, but as an FYI, the current bananian-config does not me ...

I had the same question, but I found out the current "bananian-config" script actually is able to enable OTG.
  1. # bananian-config
  2. [...]
  3. Your current hardware configuration is: BananaPi
  4. Do you want to change it? (y/N) y
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Select "BananaPi-OTG" on the debconf prompt list.
  1. Hardware configuration has been set to: BananaPi-OTG. Please reboot your system!
  2. # shutdown -r now
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After reboot you should be able to see you device via lsusb.
  1. # lsusb
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