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    Default Re: Which smartphone is more compatible with BT5

    Honeycomb supports usb host, you still need driver support.
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    Default Re: Which smartphone is more compatible with BT5

    Sorry for the confusion, I was talking about smartphones.

    Even Android 2.2(Froyo) could support usb host if you can make the driver work:
    http://sven.killig.de/android/N1/2.2/usb_host/

    Android 3.1(Honeycomb) got official usb host support, but this andriod version is used only on tablets, hence I didn't considered it.
    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikiped...on_history#3.1

    Android 4.0(ICS) brings official usb host support and can be used in smartphones too.
    http://www.droidgamers.com/index.php...roller-support
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    Actually it is available for current android phones as well, at least the Samsung Galaxy SII supports USB host. Don't know if it's by tweaking it or if it's supported out of the box, but usb host is possible.

    btw, I got the n900 and it even supports injection with the built in nic which I did not know ! I thought I had to hook up an external adapter...

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    Default Re: Which smartphone is more compatible with BT5

    Yea, my Atrix has host mode, I've used it with a usb ethernet adapter and thumb drive.
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    Default Re: Which smartphone is more compatible with BT5

    Does anyone has clue about the status of neopwn project ? THe page reads coming soon .

    http://www.neopwn.com/

    The latest power kernel of N900 supports packet injection. I am yet to test this

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    Default Re: Which smartphone is more compatible with BT5

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Yea, my Atrix has host mode, I've used it with a usb ethernet adapter and thumb drive.
    hey can you specify more?
    i have the goal to hock up an alfa wifi ethernet addapter into the atrix 4g using the HD dock.
    I know it supports host mode because you can hock up mouse and keyboard, and i have read some success with usb sticks , but usb ethernet/ wifi adapters? does it have kernel support?
    can you please post more info on that? i want to be sure before i made the purchase.

    thank you.

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