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 [ Please, Login to view this link] 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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