I have also a solution for USB on wrt45G V.1 (BCM4702) if some one need it ... please let me know.
Hooked up and it is a no go. Router works fine otherwise though, so I am rather confused. My regulator is properly connected and my data should be properly connected, although I can redo the wiring if need be. Would that be the first thing to start with, or am I overlooking something stupid(yes, I enabled USB support and the UHCI and OHCI drivers as well as storage and fat filesystem support)?
I can rewire this stupid thing, but I would rather not.
I have a WRT54G V6, I tried to remove the silicon all the BGA circuit board using a dremmel on low speed and a diamond cone shaped bit. It removed the silicon nicely leaving a thin "skin" of silicon that I -THOUGHT- I could scrape off to get at the connection points. That silicon is some tough stuff, scraping didn't work so I thought of using a fine wire wheel on the dremmel.... well, that removed the rest of the silicon, but also removed the copper traces on the BGA board .. DOH! Well, that one is cooked... I still have 3 corners to practice on though... before I murder my next WRT54G
Any hints or tips on how to remove that silicon ... like in the posting on the first page of this thread? (picture was Posted: Fri Feb 19, 2010 7:58 pm)
OR ... has anyone figured out where those points under the silicon break out onto the wrt54g board?