C&E CNE93775 Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable Flash Drive SD T-Flash Card Adapter FOR Samsung GT-i9100 i9100 Galaxy S II 2 GT-N7000 Galaxy Note
Micro USB Host Cable (OTG Cable) - Xoom, Galaxy S2, Nokia N810/N900, Toshiba TG01, Archos G9. New Version with more accommodating "L" shaped connector
- High Speed USB 2.0 certified cable
- Can charge your cellphone if your cellphone can be charged through Micro-USB port
- Create a simple way to connect mobile devices to a USB capable computer for every day tasks such as data synchronization and file transfers
- Up to 480 Mbits/sec transfer
- Easy operation, plug and play
Average Customer Review
(724 customer reviews)
Works with Nexus 7, July 20, 2012
This review is from: CE CNE93775 Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable Flash Drive SD T-Flash Card Adapter FOR Samsung GT-i9100 i9100 Galaxy S II 2 GT-N7000 Galaxy Note (Electronics)
Works great with my Nexus 7 and Stickmount. It seems to be very well built and shipping took only about ten days. This is the way to go for expandable storage on the Nexus 7.
Works well with Samsung Galaxy Nexus, December 20, 2011
T. Alexander (Santa Clara, CA)
This review is from: CE CNE93775 Micro USB Host Mode OTG Cable Flash Drive SD T-Flash Card Adapter FOR Samsung GT-i9100 i9100 Galaxy S II 2 GT-N7000 Galaxy Note (Electronics)I got this for use with my Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon/LTE version) and it works great.
Well, sort of - the phone doesn't seem to recognize a USB thumb drive, but it does work with a USB mouse (and a cursor shows up - neat!) and a random USB device (based on an FDTI USB to serial adapter) we're developing at work. The phone probably lacks USB storage drivers, which is annoying.
So yeah, the adapter works well and doesn't feel too cheap or flimsy. I also like that it wasn't just bouncing around the shipping package like some cheap stuff on - it was in a pretty good quality (for something you'll throw away) ziplock pouch inside the packaging.
Since it works with a few devices I'm sure there's nothing wrong with it - the lack of USB thumb drive support must be something to do with the phone. I'll look into this more and try to update when I can - I'm really interested in having full USB support on the go!
Cheap and Gets the Job Done, October 11, 2012
I have tried to make a list of all the supported devices without rooting. I can personally vouch for the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7, the rest are based on other reviews. I will try to keep this list up to date, so if you know.