Table of Contents
- 1 #Share Battery Charge Between Two Android Devices
- 2 #Super-fast Files Transfer Between Two Device
- 3 #Connection of 3G Modem with Android Devices
- 4 #Using an External GamePad
- 5 #Connect USB Flash Drive to Your Android Device
- 6 #Connection of a Mouse to Your Android Device
- 7 #Connection of a USB Keyboard to Your Android Device
Below are the 7 important things which you can do with USB OTG Cable on your Android Devices
For sharing the battery charge, all you need is a regular data/charger cable that you use to connect your smartphone to your PC and a standard USB OTG Host cable. If you do not have an OTG host cable, then you can buy them very cheap from any mobile store or from online shopping sites.
When you have everything ready, connect the USB data cable to one of the phones. Connect the USB OTG host cable to the other phone. And finally attach the two cables together. You will notice that the phone with smaller charge level has started to charge. The charging will continue until the batteries of both the phones has almost the same level of charge.
#Super-fast Files Transfer Between Two Device
When it comes to Android files transfer, lots will choose the commonly used way, Bluetooth, NFC, USB cable and PC for example. Nonetheless, when using these methods, connection issues always occur. And transmission is quite slow. So, in today’s guide, a new solution – USB OTG will be introduced.
USB OTG, empowers USB devices like Android phones to act as a host and then allows other USB device to be attached to them. You can make direct connection between two Android phones/tablets and transfer files between Android via USB OTG. By using USB OTG, Android phones plugged-in can communicate with each other without the need to be connected to a computer.
When it’s come to transferring heavy files like game data and HD movies, using an OTG cable is the best way to get it done with a fastest way.
#Connection of 3G Modem with Android Devices
#Using an External GamePad
Playing games on a touchscreen is not the same as holding a real Gamepad or a portable console like PSP. Many game developers have finally realized that in order for their games to be successful, they have to support Android. To really win Android users over, they should also accommodate us hardcore gamers who have OTG cables with the ability to hook up controllers to our devices.
Games like Dead Trigger and Asphalt already support Gamepads, but many others are still touch only. Some will only work well with touchscreen input, like Blek, but action games like FIFA 15, Modern Combat 4 and Shadow Gun can definitely benefit from an external Gamepad.If you have a tablet, you can try connecting your Gamepad with your device using your OTG cable.
#Connect USB Flash Drive to Your Android Device
#Connection of a Mouse to Your Android Device
- The touch screen continues to function when a mouse is connected.
- Right-clicking performs the same action as left-clicking.
- To scroll up, down, left or right in a menu, use the mouse scroll wheel, or click and drag the screen in the direction you want to scroll.
- To change the mouse pointer speed, go to the Settings menu, touch Language & input, and then touch Pointer speed. Move the slider left or right to achieve your desired pointer speed.
#Connection of a USB Keyboard to Your Android Device
- The on-screen keyboard is hidden when a physical keyboard is connected.
- Some of the key combinations that perform actions on Windows computers also work on a tablet, in most apps. For example, you can Cut (Ctrl + X), Copy (Ctrl + C), and Paste (Ctrl + V) using your keyboard.
- To find settings options for the physical keyboard, go to the Settings menu, touch Language & input, and look in the Physical keyboard section.