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Is there any known use or plan use for the USB port on the hub?
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Official sources say that the USB port on the hub has no purpose and will not in the future. On the Telo, it will eventually be used and can be used now to charge the Telo handset using a USB to USB mini cable.
For myself, I find the USB port on the hub to be very useful. Note my USB Jack:
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Yeah, the usb port on the hub will likely be just that, a usb port for no apparent reason.
Southsound, I never new Rudolph and Jack were the same being er, whatever you call it. I thought something seemed suspicious when I ordered my last super taco and onion rings, I just knew there was something they weren't telling me. Now I know my instincts were correct. Good sleuthing! Holiday mystery solved at last!