I assume you mean, its an unused port versus "dead" port. If the USB port were to have a future, it would need to be electrically connected now.WayneDsr wrote:The usb port is used for nothing at all. It's a dead port.
Has anybody connected anything to the USB port on the hub?
The next version of the ooma hardware to be released later this year is a slick device called the Telo. It doesn't obsolete the existing product but will offer another option with some great features such as built-in DECT 6.0 capabililty for multiple handsets. If you look at some of the pictures on the Telo that are on the web, you will find that it also has a USB port.
I personally intend to gift my hub/scout to a family member when the Telo has been out for a while and upgrade to the new device. As far as the capabilities of the USB port or other features, who knows what wonderful things lurk in the minds of ooma engineers??!!
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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