Hello everyone I want to share this article with you about USB OTG. I see so many question about whether the Flash 2 or Flash Plus are compatible with the USB OTG. But first what is USB OTG? It’s actually an flash disk on-the-go where you can save your data and transfer it to your laptop/ PC. It’s a convenient way to transfer data because it faster than blutooth.
Big capacity, fast data transfer, and easy to use make USB OTG a good choice for Android user. This time I’ll use USB OTG from SD and also USB OTG adaptor from RX. That nice little silver USB OTG is Flash official merchandise USB OTG. I got it when I was attending Flash community gathering
The first test was on the SD USB OTG with 32Gb capacity. You can take a look on photo below:
The moment you put the USB OTG on the charging port the phone will detect it as as external storage without any problem. The first thing I did was to format it. After that I cehck on File Manager to see if it can be read. Copy-paste 600Mb from internal storage of my Flash 2 can be done in seconds.
After that I unplugged the USB OTG and plug it on my laptop and like a magic it work so well!
Now I want to try the combination of ordinary USB with USB OTG adaptor. This adaptor is very usefull if you or your friend don’t have any USB OTG in hand and want to copy-paste file.
The result was satisfying. It was detected on File Manager and also on the Storage menu. I also plugged the SD USB OTG on the adaptor and it work well also.
I also tried to do the same thing with Flash Plus and no problem found. But what about USB OTG cable? I bought it on online store with price less than a dollar and it work like a charm.
Now you know that USB OTG/ adaptor work well on both Flash Plus and Flash 2. Will it work for Flash Plus 2? Well you’ll just have to wait for it