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Default Imation/Patriot USB OTG 2-in-1 solutions

These looks interesting

http://www.imation.com/en-CA/Consume...B-Flash-Drive/



Not sure of the speeds of this but probably sufficient for viewing on tablets.
Can't find any detail on the weight of it, hoping it wouldn't be too heavy and place stress on the connector in landscape mode.
Only USB 2.0 though.

For those that want USB 3.0, there's the Patriot stellar



Then for those that want to use their own microsd, there's the Patriot Cosmos

http://www.patriotmemory.com/product...id=269&id=1492



Corsair also has their flash voyager go.

http://www.corsair.com/en/landing/voyager-go



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The Imation looks pretty cool. I like the little swivel that makes it one piece. I ordered the Meenova and got it a few weeks back. This is my first experience with any OTG, so I really have nothing to compare it to. It took me a little bit to get it working correctly, but that was my own fault for not having a compatible rom/kernel. After I flashed SlimKat, and downloaded Nexus File Manager from the Play Store, it works perfectly. So far, I am really happy that I purchased the Meenova. I'd be interested to hear about someone who has used any of the products linked in the OP.
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I've have a Meenova for about a month and can't recommend it enough. Price and functionality make it a huge winner in my books. Here is a link to my initial experiences with a Meenova. It includes pictures with my N5 and Spiegel Ultra Hybrid case. Also with the announcement of 128GB micoSD cards there has been many sales on all sizes of cards including 64GB which the Meenova supports. So far I have not seen whether the Meenova can handle the 128GB cards but their Web site had an in brackets comment beside the 64GB stating "largest available" and the reader supports the same standard as required by the 128GB cards.

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I have the Leef. It's a great price on Amazon and works great. Could be a bit faster but I picked it because it doesn't have loose caps to lose.

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I have the Leef. It's a great price on Amazon and works great. Could be a bit faster but I picked it because it doesn't have loose caps to lose.

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Search leef bridge on amazon.

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I have the 32GB Patriot Stellar because I wanted USB 3.0 and it's great, no complaints. I haven't formally tested it's speed on the PC end, but seems fast enough.
 
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on question, any of these worked in TWRP?

it always fail to mount when i try to access it in recovery

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