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USB Connection from TinkerBoard to Windows
You may need to explain more carefully, or a list of all the items.

BTW, for general USB device, like, USB keyboard, mouse, drive, etc. they're Slave mode/client.
And they would need to connect to Host device, like the PC.
So in above case, you need to connect via Tinker's Type-A USB port (x4).

Also if you want to let Tinker as an Device at your PC, like connect an Android mobile via ADB mode.
You can connect ADB via Internet or via USB.
(but via internet would be more easily.)
i want to connect ADB via USB. So the Type-A USB port (4x) can not be used ?
I have to use the pins from the micro USB. Is this wright ?
Or can the Type-A USB ports also be used ? But for this what has to be chaned in the android settings ?

Best Regards

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