Almost perfect On one hand, it is the first of the USB diag apps that I have seen that gives this rather important piece of info: is the device connected in USB 3 or 2? 5-star material right there. On the other, when you tell it to download the vendor info (2.5 MB as it tells you), it gets stuck on file 2/3 at 3%. And we can't have that, can we? Then after you kill it, it won't start anymore. So -1 star until it is fixed.
help I have tried soo many apps to get my tab samsung galaxy tab2 7.inch working with pendrives, but it wont work. help if any one has any advice od love to here it, find me on any social sites.
Excellent For those complaining that it doesn't show certain USB devices (like with the Samsung Galaxy Tab), that's actually a bug within the Samsung kernel not firing intents for some HID devices!! If you click the linux tab you should be able to see all devices even if they are not detected by the android API. If it still doesn't work the problem may be your USB cable (it has to be an OTG Host cable), and if that still isn't the problem it could be you're not on honeycomb 3.1+. Worked well for me.
Extremely Useful! I've used this app to test out various random USB devices. A very clean and easy way to view all of the major details of a USB device (Interfaces, Endpoints, etc). I only wish there was a way to connect to an endpoint and have a terminal-like interface to send and receive data to/from the device manually.
Not bad Shows info as expected, but logos are almost unreadable on HD screen.
Great Sorted out my problem with a webcam, seeing it connected OK told me it was a software issue not hardware
First public release
Added Interface and Endpoint resolution
Databases can now be downloaded.
Now also parses /sys/bus/usb/devices/ for those pesky devices android hides. Added export.
Added support for small screen devices. Bugfixes and stability improvements.
List the details of all USB devices attached to an Android device with USB host
Use PQI Connect+ app for mobile devices to directly access files on PQI Connect.
Write to NTFS drives and read FAT32 & HFS+ storages directly from Android device
Database of PCI Vendor and Device IDs. Use it to identify problematic hardware.
Shows info about the phone/ current net connection. Also external IP/hostname.