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to connect to CN5 I need Micro-A plug not Micro-B

Question asked by fritz.christoph on Nov 30, 2011
Latest reply on Dec 12, 2011 by fritz.christoph
In the User manual UM1467 (Getting started with software and firmware environments for the STM32F4DISCOVERY Kit) on page 4 under 2.1 "System requirements" it says:

 'USB type A to Micro-B' cable, used to connect the board (through USB connector
CN5) as USB Device to host PC.

But according to the mounted CN5 connector and the "Universal Serial Bus Micro-USB Cables and Connectors Specification", it needs a Micro-A cable to connect to this so called "Micro-AB receptacle interface".

Is this a fault in the documentation?

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