06/05/2012, 10:22 AM
/dev/sda1 is the DEVICE, NOT the Directory. The Directory is /media/internal/usb
Originally Posted by rksharma
Note that my otg script automatically detects the Device and mounts it to the appropriate directory
The "no (more) otg devices found" message from my otg Script indicates that no DEVICES were detected on the USB OTG cable.
(2) I downloaded otg file from site and put in /usr/bin. Connected my usb drive at one end and other end to power cable (I don't have hub, so connected to power cable). TP shows charging. When I type otg command, it says, no (more) otg devices found.
Also, if the TP indicates CHARGING, then the Micro USB port is NOT in OTG Mode. the probable cause is that your OTG Cable does not have pins 4 and 5 bridged. Try another OTG Cable.
You will have read in this thread that many users have had unreliable results with the Y Cable and that is why I started the new thread using the Solar Hub.
AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK, $CM7$ $and$ $CM9$ $auto$ $mount$ $any$ $OTG$ $devices$ $found$ $so$ $if$ $CM7$ $doesn$'$t$ $see$ $your$ $OTG$ $device$ $either$, $it$ $suggests$ $that$ $you$ $have$ $a$ $defective$ $OTG$ $cable$. $However$, $I$ $don$'$t$ $use$ $CM7$ $or$ $CM9$ $so$ $cannot$ $help$ $you$.
(3) I also have CM7, please tell how to connect usb drives through CM7,