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Default OTG Micro USB that fits Neo Hybrid Spigen?

Anyone know if these exist?
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Have not tried this cable, but people are saying it fits from the reviews:

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Originally Posted by XGhozt View Post
Have not tried this cable, but people are saying it fits from the reviews:

That's not an OTG.
Device........• Samsung Galaxy SŪ 4 SGH-M919 16GB
Bootloader.• M919UVUAMDL
Baseband...• M919UVUFNB4 [GSM] • M919UVUAMDL [LTE]
KNOX.........• FREE

Rom...........• Omega v36 XXUGNG8 Android 4.4.2 KitKat
Kernel.......• KT-SGS4 TW KK4.4 TMO 07.12.2014
Recovery..• TWRP v2.7.1.0

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I noticed that it is difficult to find anything that will work. I have one of these but sadly it doesn't fit with the Spigen case... but to be fair, it doesn't fit with any other cases that I've tried either.
I found that I had but two options:
  1. I could remove the top portion which revealed additional space for the adapter to fit with the case on allowing it to still function properly. However, it also means that you'll have to "break" it to use it.
  2. Find an extension cable of some kind. One that will fit with the case on and allow MHL OTG connectivity to the adapter. I haven't had any luck finding one but I'm sure they can't be too difficult to make. I mean, after all it's only a cable. LOL! I guess there's just not a huge demand for it but they have to be out there. Let me know if you find one because that's my personal ideal solution.
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You can use any. Use a razor blade or knife to slice the plastic or rubber tip of the micro-usb connector at an angle on both sides
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