USB VEN/DEV Database

This application is a database of USB Vendor/Device IDs (VEN/DEV), or as they are sometimes called Vendor/Product IDs (VID/PID)

It can be used to find out which drivers you need to install to get a USB device running based on the VEN/DEV strings that the OS reports, or to identify an unknown device.

The database comes from: http://www.linux-usb.org/usb.ids

The database is locally stored on the SD and can be updated online. Before you can use this application, you will need to download a copy. To do that press "Menu->Update DB".
I refresh and upload this database weekly.

To do a wildcard search, use the '%' character.

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What's New

v0.0.1
Fist public release

v0.0.2
Fixed a few string errors.

v0.1.3
Added "Hide" button. Changed SD card DB name to android_usb.db3.

v0.1.4
Changed minimum OS to 1.6 to support larger screens, fix for FC on DB download.
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Additional Information

Updated
August 29, 2011
Size
40k
Installs
50,000+
Current Version
0.1.4
Requires Android
1.6 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Alexandros Schillings
Developer
33 Craufurd Rise Maidenhead SL6 7LR UK
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