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SD/MicroSD/USB/microUSB in a single OTG device

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Default SD/MicroSD/USB/microUSB in a single OTG device

Just ordered this

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-S2-Mul...1338352&sr=1-1

Works great! I

It is OTG has full size Usb, micro Usb, micro sd, and full size sd slots... I all slots work great plus the device looks good while plugged in

I have not tried using 2 slots at a time but yeah u thought I'd share it with yall.
 
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... I have not tried using 2 slots at a time but yeah u thought I'd share it with yall.
Checking the user comments on Amazon, only one port works at a time also the USB port cannot be used for charging. There are also issues if you have your tablet in a case. I could not find any comment about the upper limit for a memory card if there is one.
 
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Upper limit would depend on device I'm guessing... I I'm using a 32gb class 10
 
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Upper limit would depend on device I'm guessing... I I'm using a 32gb class 10
The upper limit depends on the reader. There are plenty of "upto 16GB" SD card readers being sold. I would not buy any reader that I could not identify its upper limit.
 
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It's also a mechanical nightmare. Any microUSB adapter like this is going to have to be built to grip the edge of the device, before I'll be interested. Otherwise, one accidental bump and bam, there goes your microUSB port!
 
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It actually sits perfectly flush with the device... very sturdy... It does cover up the headphone jack though
 
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... It does cover up the headphone jack though
That's a turn OFF for me... Imagine if you want to watch a movie from your SD card using the headphones while sitting on an air plane or anywhere. Now.. if only there were female microusb to female microusb extension cables.
 
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No, that's micro to mini.
 
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No, that's micro to mini.
I wonder if the description and picture are correct. The picture looks more like a micro female connector to me, but the description does say mini....

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