I connected three USB hub in a system and I connected different devices in each hub. How I can find which device is connected to each hub? Is it possible with lsusb command?
on 01/17/2013 – Made popular on 01/17/2013
I added a bluetooth dongle to my laptop which is running Ubuntu 13.04 desktop (32 bit). I want it to find a bluetooth device that is connected into the CAN bus of my electric car. It did indeed find the device connected to it but then lost it and I have never been able to see that device again. I then put the bluetooth dongle onto my PC.
Hi, a few days ago I updated my Mz604 Xoom with USA stock rom and since then when I plug it to pc shows "connected as media device" and it remains even if it's unplugged, so I've tried every rom I have (USA, EU, Cyanogen...), wiped cache, Dalvik... but results are the same: the damn message "connected as media device" is still there.
How to know what USB devices had connected to my Ubuntu 12.04 pc. I've read this but i didn't get satisfied since i dont know how to deal with the log file to collect the data i need.
Also, i want to search for old connected USBs not during real time.
What i mean i wanna a tool or any way that manage and monitor which USBs is connected to my pc.
So I've had an issue with my galaxy note 10.1 for about three days now that I keep getting popups saying that a usb connector is connected or (since today) that a high-power usb device is connected, even though I haven't plugged anything in. This doesn't really bother me that much, but the big issue is that this makes the screen turn on all the time, at seemingly random moments.
loop: can't get info on device /dev/loop0: Transport endpoint is not connected
loop: can't get info on device /dev/loop1: Transport endpoint is not connected
loop: can't get info on device /dev/loop2: Transport endpoint is not connected
loop: can't get info on device /dev/loop3: Transport endpoint is not connected
loop: can't get info on device /dev/loop4: Transport endpoint is not conn