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Connect your USB peripherals to your Android™ phone or tablet using this OTG Adapter from Monoprice!
OTG, or "On The Go", is the simple way to connect USB peripherals to your Android smartphone or tablet. It allows you to connect devices, such as keyboards, mice, and storage devices, as if the phone or tablet were a traditional USB host device (e.g., computer).
This OTG adapter features a micro USB plug on one end and a USB A female jack on the other. It is the minimum size possible, measuring only 0.6" x 0.3" x 0.8".
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unfortunately it is too wide to be used in the raspberry pi zero.
PROS: small and compact.
CONS: no complaints
PROS: does what it says, it's a great item for a great price!!
6 months ago
1 month ago
Samsung galaxy Note II SGH-i317 (t0lteatt on AOKP using Linux version 3.0.64)
PROS: It's small.
CONS: None discovered so far.
PROS: These adapters worked on my phone and on our tablet. They allowed me to connect an SD card reader to the phone.
PROS: Works great with my Dell Venue to allow the standard USB plug.
1 year ago
I plugged in the others I bought in the same batch and no connection problems.
PROS: Nice small size esp since I dont wish to have a cable tail with it.
I can now have 1 for each of my usb flash drives esp since they are cheap enough so I can have more than a few around.
CONS: 1 of of 3 failed totally.
Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about the experience you have had with PID 11193. I will process a complaint so our product development team can look into this issue further. I see that you have already processed an RMA for a replacement. Should you have any issues upon receiving the replacement, please don't hesitate to contact us. Apologies again for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for the feedback!
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The only nit I had was it doesn't really fit a Samsung S4 with an Otterbox Defender case. I radiused the edged of the phone case enough to get a connection but it wasn't stable. Next I took a file and ground a relief into the sides so that it would fit between the edges of the case. After using a little emery cloth and some polish, it doesn't look hideous and it still works.
Not bad for $2!
PROS: Connects USB devices to a smartphone
CONS: Small, Too Big for an Otterbox case