FT311D now supports Android Open Accessory Mode 2.0

Posted on Thursday, January 3rd, 2013 in Android, USB by DP


A few weeks ago we posted that the FT311D Android Open Accessory (AOA) ICs didn’t support AOA 2.0 devices. This has been rectified in the latest silicon revision (rev C.).

The device required a change to enable connection to the latest revision of Android Open Accessory Mode, upgraded from 1.0 to 2.0 in November 2012.

Via the comments. Thanks John.

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  1. Stan Pry says:

    but link is… :(:(

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