Micro USB OTG Host SD TF Card Reader HUB Adapter

  1. Greenas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014

    Greenas , Sep 19, 2014 :
    So finally received Card Reader/USB HUB, it works perfectly, but sometimes phone restart is required to activate Hub, maybe because i am on 25r update. Hub plastic feels very good quality, it has soft feeling to it.
    here is picture of it
    and on the second picture you can see that it supports power supply from OnePlus power adapter. It does not charge the phone, but decrease power consumption when mouse/keyboard is connected to HUB. White cable is not in bundle, got it from other Hub.
    mine mouse macros/clickers works with it too lol
    got it from here:


  2. ogriff
    Jelly Bean Sep 19, 2014

    ogriff , Sep 19, 2014 :
    Interesting. You chose hub over cable / adapter.

  3. BillMurrayz
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014

    BillMurrayz , Sep 19, 2014 :
    Interesting device, what exactly is the your/general intended purpose of the device?

  4. teqnix
    Lollipop Sep 19, 2014

  5. Greenas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014

    Greenas , Sep 19, 2014 :
    SD card reader + usb slots to back up photos/Videos to external HDD or cloud server/ same day share from camera at Conventions.

  6. BillMurrayz
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014

    BillMurrayz , Sep 19, 2014 :
    Wow ok, interesting to know something like this is out there. Cheers!

  7. roamingpear
    Gingerbread Oct 3, 2014

    roamingpear , Oct 3, 2014 :
    Do I need to root my phone for this? I saw an app that allowed you to plug in usb flash drives, but it required the phone to be rooted...

  8. blisside
    KitKat Oct 3, 2014

  9. gizmo_ult
    Froyo Oct 11, 2014

    gizmo_ult , Oct 11, 2014 :
    @Greenas does the sd card have to go in with the connection going up? my sd card isn't working but everything else is.

  10. Greenas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 12, 2014

    Greenas , Oct 12, 2014 :
    it doesn't required root for FAT formatted flash drives for sure if you want to plug in large storage device like 3TB you need to root and use one app that reads NFTS
    mine reads SD cards fine, sometimes it takes time like 30s to connect to SD card, guess OPO scans it before showing it, tested on 4gb SD HC card Formated to FAT32
    one time it required to restart OPO to show up
    tested on 25R and 33R
    the SD connector is in opposite side than sticker on sd card as in picture below

  11. TJ COMBO
    Jelly Bean Oct 12, 2014

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  12. tabascouk
    Jelly Bean Oct 12, 2014

    tabascouk , Oct 12, 2014 :
    No you don't need to root the phone. If you just want to use a USB flash drive you can buy an otg adapter cheap on amazon. Your USB shows up on the phone as it would do on a computer. Its good for films etc

  13. gizmo_ult
    Froyo Oct 13, 2014

    gizmo_ult , Oct 13, 2014 :
    @Greenas it works for me now just needed to give it a good shove in there and I love how they included a dc cable that plugs in to usb.

  14. simonti88
    Eclair Oct 21, 2014

    simonti88 , Oct 21, 2014 :
    Interesting! ;)
    Is this product able to supply power to portable hard drive (without external power supply) using only its 5V connector?

  15. Greenas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 22, 2014

    Greenas , Oct 22, 2014 :
    Very good question!
    Tested it, it works!
    in testing used SSHD 1TB 2.5" 5V 0.7A

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  16. simonti88
    Eclair Oct 25, 2014

  17. Andrew1988
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2014

  18. blisside
    KitKat Oct 25, 2014

  19. antbox
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2014

    antbox , Oct 25, 2014 :
    I'd like to see a 3D printed back cover with something like that built in :) Maybe use zero force pins to make connection. :)

  20. muzso
    Cupcake Jan 24, 2015

    muzso , Jan 24, 2015 :
    @Greenas: what average transfer speed can you reach while copying between a microSD card and an external HDD (or SSD)? I'm curious whether a full charge of the OnePlus One is enough to last for the backup of a 64GB microSD card to an external HDD/SDD. :) And of course without using any external support (powerbank, etc.).