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Connect any USB to your Android with USB On-The-Go

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The key: the phone must support USB OTG


 
Not everything was going to be wonderful unfortunately. The good news is that a USB OTG is very cheap. The bad thing is that it does not work on all Android. I have been able to compile a small list of terminals that support USB OTG, but logically I can not verify it. If you have corrections or other terminals do not hesitate to comment.

Not everything was going to be wonderful unfortunately. The good news is that a USB OTG is very cheap. The bad thing is that it does not work on all Android. I have been able to compile a small list of terminals that support USB OTG, but logically I can not verify it. If you have corrections or other terminals do not hesitate to comment.

Phones that support USB OTG

  • Samsung Galaxy s3
  • Samsung Galaxy S2
  • Samsung Galaxy S (kernel install)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7.0 p3100
  • Nexus One (kernel must be installed)
  • Nexus S (install kernel)
  • Galaxy Nexus (with root and StickMount)
  • HTC Desire (patch)
  • Sony Xperia S
  • Sony Xperia P
  • Sony Xperia U
  • Sony Xperia Miro
  • Sony Xperia Acro S
  • Sony Xperia Go
  • Sony Tablet S (you need your own cable)
  • SE Xperia Arc S
  • SE Xperia Arc (as of 2.3.4)
  • SE Xperia Neo V
  • SE Xperia Play
  • Acer Iconia Tab A200
  • Motorola Xoom 2 (being root)
  • All BQ models except Davinci, Darwin and Voltaire
  • Several Chinese tablets

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