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The red cable pictured is a USB-OTG cable too. It's no different to having the adaptor-style cable with a normal USB-A to micro-USB cable attached. So if your amp will work with one, it will work with the other too. Just be extra careful when using a symmetric-looking USB-OTG cable. USB-OTG works by having the pins wired differently in the "host" and ...


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No, MTP doesn't work like that. MTP is a client-server file transfer protocol, a bit like FTP. Your best bet is to either find another protocol the car supports (there are many network audio protocols, so it's likely it'll support one), or failing that, fix whatever is making the aux input sound bad (most likely a bad cable or connector, or the car is ...


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i got this problem also on my (in the mean while old) S2 there is a connector of the speaker in your phone who is not connected anymore check youtube movies how to open your phone (not so difficult with correct tools) and connect this connector to the main pcb


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Use the adapter that allow to connect wired headset. The smartphone switchs automatically to the wired headphone if inserted.


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Sure you can, there's a product that uses the audio port as an extra button, check this: http://gizmodo.com/add-a-button-to-any-android-phone-with-this-genius-head-1221431712 Maybe this is more like a comment than an answer, but actually i can't add comments untill i reach 50 points. By the way, as microphone it's an analog input for the android, you can ...


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I've never tried but I strongly doubt it, for reasons that are nothing to do with Android itself. Each manufacturer has their own variant of the headset connector on their phones, but they're all compatible with standard stereo headphones. This implies that the tip and the first ring are outputs (the left and right channel), not inputs. In contrast, digital ...



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