Inrush Current 

USB 2.0 Specification, Section 

The purpose of the test is to ensure that the current consumed due to bulk capacitance and peripheral startup does not cause a voltage drop below valid levels that causes other devices to drop out. For this measurement a current probe, scope and Inrush Current Test Fixture is needed. The scope should have a record time of 100ms at 1 Mega sample per second. The calculation of the Inrush can be made with USBET by saving the Inrush waveform as *.csv or *.tsv. Inrush current is measured for a minimum of 100 milliseconds after attach. Attach is defined as voltage rising to a valid level on the peripherals USB power line. Any current exceeding 100 mA during the 100ms interval is considered part of the inrush current event. The inrush current is divided into regions.
A region is an interval where the current exceeds 100 mA until the time the current falls below 100 mA for at least 100 us. There can be multiple inrush regions during the 100 ms period. Pass/Fail determination is done by the region having the highest charge value. The failures for Inrush mostly occur due to a too large capacity between Vbus and GND. The USB 2.0 Spec allows a maximum capacity of 10uF and therefore a maximum Inrush of 50uC.
Therefore, the total sum of capacity may not be higher that 10uF. Also, the device under test cannot consume more that 100mA during this 100ms of the start up. Common failures are that there is somewhere a to high capacitance on Vbus or that the device start consuming to much current in unconfigured state . Note that it is required to have at least a 1uF of capacity this in order to make ADP detection possible. 

When doing the measurement make sure that you calibrate the current probe to 0mA before doing the measurement since a current probe will get quickly a DC offset that will result in a wrong measurement. It's also advisable to use the high resolution acquisition modes to reduce "the noise" on the signal.

Inrush Current
        inrush event

More background on the inrush can be found at Inrush Current Test Description of the USB-IF.