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Windows 7: Connect 2 USB's Together With No PC Interaction

03 Dec 2012   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
Connect 2 USB's Together With No PC Interaction

Is it possible to connect a usb input in one port, and a output in another, and link them so the pc doesnt interact with them

for example i am trying to avoid buying a OTG kit for my mobile so i would like this

Phone -----> Computer USB Input Port -----> Computer USB Output Port ----> PS3 Remote For Pairing

basically like linking the 2 USB ports but not physicly
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