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Zeno host USB drivers updated
To many of us, the ability to use some peripherals on our devices such as keyboards, mice, or other USB devices has been nothing but a dream. Early last year, xda member Zeno2 came up with a set of drivers based on the idea that a device equipped with a USB port like most PDA’s nowadays should be able to accept external hardware. His driver suite has the ability to enable this feature on many of our devices and therefore, allows the user to connect things like input devices and even external storage and media devices (yes, you can even attach a DVD drive to it). Now, he has released an update that addresses some compatibility issues with other software in the device. On top of that, he is looking into getting some compatibility for Android devices as well.
Made by Zeno Sloim. Based on RATOC Systems drivers.
The package contains:
- USB Mouse driver
- -USB Keyboard US-101 HID driver
- -USB-based external CD-DVD unit
- USB-based HDD unit, Memory Flash, USB-based card-reader MassStorage Driver
- USB-to-Serial Port driver (start Terminal in Start-Programs for configuration).
- RS232 USB Serial Driver (start RS232 USB Serial Driver in Start-Programs for configuration).
- PTPView for HOST & PTP Digital Cameras driver (non-USB Mass Storage such as Sony, Canon etc.).
- download photos and movies from PTP digital camera to your PDA
- photo preview
- multiple files download
You can follow the original thread here
- delete files from digital camera
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