What can USB OTG on the Nexus do

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Worked directly on Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus 5 except Nexus 4
(For Nexus 4 read below)

Let’s try to use USB OTG with your Nexus to connection other USB device
• Mouse
• Keyboard
• Flashdrive (Use Nexus Media Importer for non-root)
• Gamepad
• Camera
• External Harddisk (Not on video)
• Android Device (Not on video)
• Speaker Power via USB (Not on video)
• iOS Device
• USB Hub

See full article here (Thai Language)

** For Nexus 4 which not support OTG, You need to do in this article to be able to use it **
** Another Device need to use OTG with external power for Nexus 4**
To solve the software problem, you’ll need to root your Nexus 4 if you haven’t already done so. Make sure you’re on a deodexed ROM – I’m using CyanogenMod’s 10.1 M2 release. Once you’re set up, head over to ziddey’s thread and download his zip file (found at the bottom of the first post; “ziddey-otg-03192013.zip” is the latest as of this writing), which you’ll flash in your custom recovery. This zip contains the the modified kernel, framework, and system files needed to make OTG work.

adamımız yukarda anlattığı gibi bu adımları takip etmiş ve deodexed ROMunu kurmuş bu sayede yapıyor hadi şimdi dağılın 😀

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What can USB OTG on the Nexus do uploaded in 2012-08-27 22:21:14 by Somkiat Khitwongwattana