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I've been enjoying my games using an XBox 360 controller. I've had OTG on other phones, but haven't been able to use the controller without a powered USB hub. This device has a big enough battery to power the controller on its own! So much fun!

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I've been enjoying my games using an XBox 360 controller. I've had OTG on other phones, but haven't been able to use the controller without a powered USB hub. This device has a big enough battery to power the controller on its own! So much fun!



how do you enable this or what app do you download
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Bootloader still locked ----------------------------------------- P9600 @ 2.66GHZ 2.67GHZ 4.00GB RAM
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There's no apps to download and nothing to enable. Just plug your game controller into an OTG cable then start playing.
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I'm not using it with games but I am using it as an ext SD card for music and such. Especially while at work I download so much on my phone then transfer it to a flash drive then use the otg cable and flash drive and plug into my Nexus 7 that's installed in my truck dash as the head unit video player navi. Works great.

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I'm not using it with games but I am using it as an ext SD card for music and such. Especially while at work I download so much on my phone then transfer it to a flash drive then use the otg cable and flash drive and plug into my Nexus 7 that's installed in my truck dash as the head unit video player navi. Works great.

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where and what kind of otg cable work for the flex
What I am working with
LG G Flex Sprint Variant LS995 --------------------------- Dell Studio XPS 13.3 Notebook
Rooted by the IOROOT method ---------------------------- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
BusyBox installed by Stericson ---------------------------- Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
Bootloader still locked ----------------------------------------- P9600 @ 2.66GHZ 2.67GHZ 4.00GB RAM
No Custom Recovery available for this variant
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where and what kind of otg cable work for the flex
Can't remember the brand name, but I paid like $2 dollars for it on Amazon.


http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...ngJavascript=1
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