Many of the Android devices on the market today support USB OTG (On-The-Go). This allows users to connect standard USB devices such as keyboards, mice/mouse, or even extend storage using a regular USB flash drive.
However, you can’t plug the peripheral device directly into it as Android device does not have a standard USB port. In order for your Android phone or tablet to connect to the device, you’ll need a USB OTG cable.
A USB OTG cable is a small cable with a male micro-USB connector on one end and a female full size USB port on the other, so that you can plug it into the Micro-USB port on your device and allows you to connect standard USB 2.0 devices. Click HERE to see what OTG Cable looks like.
Note: Not all Android devices support USB OTG and no single USB OTG cable out there which is compatible with every phone so be sure Download USB OTG Checker 5.1 APK and install it on your device.
• USB Gamepad Controller
• USB Keyboard
• USB Flash Drive
• USB Mouse
Price Range:- N500 - N2000 depends on your location
Once you have a USB OTG cable, just plug it into your device and connect the USB device directly to it, and your peripherals should work without any additional configuration.
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