USB On The Go
Connect peripheral devices like mice, keyboards, gaming controllers, and more to your portable electronics such as smartphones, eReaders, and tablets with Sewell’s USB OTG (On The Go) micro USB to USB 2.0 adapter.
You can even use this adapter with a USB hub and be able to connect multiple peripherals to your device. That setup allows this simple adapter to essentially transform your smartphone or tablet into a small computer. Using your smartphone or tablet this way can make checking emails, surfing the web, playing games, and more much easier and faster. For example, you could use a keyboard, mouse, and flash drive at the same time. It is important to note, however, that using multiple peripherals with your device will drain your phone battery faster.
Note: Function depends on your device and applications.
- Amazon Kindle Fire/Touch
- Nexus 7
- Droid 4/4G
- Samsung Captive Glide SGH-i927
- Samsung Epic 4G Touch SPH-D710
- Samsung Galaxy family
HTC One M8 (Android version): worked with a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, did not work with an ext HDD.
Dell Venue Pro 8 Tablet (with windows 8): If you are trying to add an external monitor to your Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet, consider using this on the go adapter with our Mnideck USB to DVI convert, Mouse/keyboard, and ext HDD also work well when combined with the Dell Venue Pro 8 Tablet and this adapter.
Note: These devices have been tested and work with USB OTG adapters, but other devices may work with this adapter as well. Still others may work if they have a special app. Check with your device manufacturer to see if your device supports this adapter.
Mfg. Part Number
- Copper conductor
- Length: 7" total, 4" cable only
- Connector: USB Type B Micro (Male) to USB Type A (Female)
- Works with Android tablets and phones
- Samsung Galaxy devices can natively support USB flash drives with this adapter, though with other phones/tablets you may need to purchase an App to enable this function (Nexus Media Importer as an example)
- Not recommended for use with external HDD. Android devices do not support drives with over 32 GB of storage.