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[Q] Xperia E dual OTG support

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Is there any way to make support of OTG in Xperia E dual C1604 ??
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Is there any way to make support of OTG in Xperia E dual C1604 ??

I think the solution is using this product: POWERED (OTG)
2nd July 2014, 02:49 PM |#3  
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Impossible, the hardware doesn't support it. If you plug in an OTG cable anyway, I'm pretty sure something will go BOOM, so proceed with caution. :P
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The Xperia E hardware doesn't support it..
So you just forget OTG on Xperia E.
@NSDCars5 Nothing goes BOOM if you plugin..
No worries manh! [emoji1]
Nothing will happen if you plug an OTG cable though.. [emoji1]
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The Xperia E hardware doesn't support it..
So you just forget OTG on Xperia E.
@NSDCars5 Nothing goes BOOM if you plugin..
No worries manh! [emoji1]
Nothing will happen if you plug an OTG cable though.. [emoji1]

There was an app on the Play Store that let any device use OTG, but it said it held no responsibility if something went BOOM, so... :P (Unlike me, it was actually serious: "[Yo]u may risk burning the device chip/motherboard due to the voltage supply in host mode.")
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