Most of us have a USB flash drive or two kicking around, why not put them to use by connecting them to your Android devices? We’ll show you how to do it, and what you’ll need to proceed.
The Leef Bridge 3.0 micro USB / USB storage drive will launch on January 19 coming with USB 3.0 support for fast data transfers between desktops and Android devices.
We’re talking about if and when the HTC Butterfly s might show up in the U.S. if the Samsung Galaxy S5 will sport a flexible display, and more in this installment of AA Q&A.
Leef Bridge is a dual USB / microUSB flash drive that’s compatible with Android smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs. Read on for more details!
A user on the XDA-Developers forum has found a way to fix the lack of Nexus 4 USB OTG with an unlocked bootloader, a custom kernel, a USB Y cable, and common sense.
Nexus 4 owners — we hate to say it, but it’s looking increasingly likely that you won’t be able to use any USB OTG devices on your brand new super smartphone. Google has edited out several lines from the phone’s online guidebook that says you can connect devices like “a keyboard, mouse or even a joystick” to the smartphone via USB. The updated page now says that “USB is not supported for connecting such devices.”
Despite what Google and LG are saying about the Nexus 4 not supporting 4G LTE, we’ve learned that it does ship with a 4G LTE chip inside and one that works on several carriers — though it requires some tinkering. Ironically, one feature that Google does advertise and state on the phone’s official guidebook has turned out to be MIA – its USB OTG prowess.