50 in stock (as of 02/24/2017 05:54 PM)
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This adapter is coated with flexible material that helps defend against damage caused by kinks and fraying that often ruin lower quality cables. In addition, metal-plated contact connectors provide longer-lasting protection against the daily wear-&-tear that comes from frequent use. Lastly, with a 6.5 inch cable, this adapter provides greater length than standard OTG to USB adapter cables, so you have some extra reach for convenience.
This cable adapter allows you to connect a number of USB-powered devices to newer Android phones and tablets such as Universal USB Gaming Controllers, Mice, Keyboards, USB hubs, Thumb Drives , PS3 & XBOX controllers and much more! You can use this adapter for things like accessing storage, controlling your device with a mouse and keyboard, playing emulators with a USB controller, and even getting faster internet through Ethernet cables!
Samsung Galaxy S4 , Galaxy S3 (S III) , Galaxy Note 3 , 2 & 1 , Galaxy Nexus
HTC One Max , One , Droid DNA , One X
And many other newer Android smartphones
PLEASE NOTE: Many other USB devices (such as USB flash drives and USB microphones) will work with the OTG cable, BUT ONLY IN SPECIFIC CIRCUMSTANCES. Some devices may require that you root your device or download a special app in order to properly access certain USB equipment. Please check before purchase.
- Galaxy S3
- Galaxy Note 2
- Droid DNA
|Manufacturer Part Number||DS-USBOTG-6IN+DS-USB|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.accessorypower.com|
|Product Name||USB Data Transfer Cable|
|Product Type||Data Transfer Cable|
|Connector on First End||USB 2.0 Micro USB|
|Connector on Second End||USB 2.0 USB|
|Weight (Approximate)||0.48 oz|
|ProductTitle||DataStream USB Data Transfer Cable - USB for Cellular Phone, Tablet PC, Keyboard/Mouse - 6" - 1 Pack - Micro USB - USB|
|Limited Warranty||3 Year|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Friday, February 24, 2017.