Top 10 USES of OTG Cable that will BLOW YOUR MIND!

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13 Smartphone Gadgets that will Blow you away.

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Galaxy S8 USB OTG Connector : 5 COOL Things to do with it !

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What is USB-C? It's Not As Simple As You Think!

Learn the different types of USB-C wires so you know what to get! More Tech Discussions ▶ Subscribe Here ▶ USB Type C (or just USB-C) is a new type of connector that will be a standard for almost all USB cables in the future. It means that you'll only have to buy one type of cable, or does it? USB-C may seem simple, but in reality, there are several different types and varieties with different features, and if you buy the wrong one, it might not work as you expect. USB-C cables can have different "alternate modes" that use other protocols such as displayport, thunderbolt, or even HDMI, but not every USB C cable will have these. Sources: 1. --Download the zip of the different PDF specifications, go to "USB Type C" folder, then "USB Type-C Specification Release 1.2.pdf" --Tables at 4:08 - Pg 27-28 2. 3. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬


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We will explore what you can connect to an android phone with otg cable? Hard drive , pendrive , LAN cable what's more? Android can do so many things with #OTG (on the go).
Usb Mouse-
Usb Fan-
Memory card reader-
Usb Gamepad-
Usb Light-
LAN to usb-
Hard drive-
Note-All phones doesn't support the LAN/Hard drive feature which is shown in this video.

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