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How to check if your phone supports USB On-The-Go

Not all Android phones support USB On-The-Go (OTG) functionality. If you don’t have the correct guts in your phone you’re not going to be hooking anything up with OTG. Luckily, to check if your phone is compatible requires just one app download.

The Google Play Store has a great app called OTG? that you can download now on your phone. It scans your phone automatically and will let you know if you’re one of the lucky ones. If you are, keep reading.

Download: OTG? (Free) or you go to your phone setting search bar and type OTG to see if your phone support it.

How to connect a USB flash storage device to your Android phone

Plug your USB OTG cable into your Android phone.

Plug your USB flash storage device into the female connector of your OTG cable. The file explorer on your phone should automatically pop up.

That’s it! As long as your USB flash storage device is connected you’ll be able to play media from it. Be careful you don’t remove the storage device while using or transferring files.

How to connect a USB flash storage device to your Android phone

Plug your USB OTG cable into your Android phone.

Plug your USB flash storage device into the female connector of your OTG cable. The file explorer on your phone should automatically pop up.

That’s it! As long as your USB flash storage device is connected you’ll be able to play media from it. Be careful you don’t remove the storage device while using or transferring files.

How to safely disconnect a USB flash storage device from your Android phone

Swipe down from the top of your phone’s screen.

Tap USB mass storage connected.

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