SATA to Gpio

Yep, the Orange Pi Plus has SATA onboard:
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See: Orange Pi - Orange Pi Plus
 
Ok, but i don't have the board yet, i've found this on the net:

........So when you have touch module, plug it in to C1 or Linux desktop and run "lsusb" command. It will show you the USB device list with such IDs.......

........today I prove it and this is what I see when write lsusb on android terminal: http://s10.postimg.org/jidbqckgp/20150520_125109.jpg at this time I was using 3 ports, 1 for touch module, 1 for mouse and the other for keyboard.............

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The lsusb printout shows there is nothing hooked to the second USB bus, while the first has a usb hub (very likely onboard) with MS mouse, Dell keyboard (with internal hub) and RPI touchscreen. The discussion (ODROID Forum • View topic - 9" lcd touch screen will run??) did not reveal which USB connectors the guy used.

Nevertheless the Odroid C1 block diagram http://dn.odroid.com/homebackup/201507/ODROID-C1+Blockdiagram.png shows the internal connections right away. The microusb otg port has a separate host controller.