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Use your slimport to charge and HDMI and get a bluetooth keyboard and mouse, that is the optimal configuration. The only dumb thing LG didn't predicted is to turn off the phone display when you are using an external.
First thing is to verify if the device you propose to buy has USB OTG support. Apart from verifying from OEM specs, do see this How can I determine if my device has USB Host Mode (OTG) support? and also the listing of supported devices by Chainfire. Saw your edit about Nexus 7. This post confirms OTG support on Marshmallow For your stated purpose of ...
Check for the otg to USB connector, some of the wire may be loose. Your mobile software drives for USB headphone may get crashed, so you may get mixed result. Check for your system updates in your mobile. It may fix the issue. Your headphone may have chipset that some time block the incoming otg signals. I am using Lenovo K4 mobile and Zebronics iron head ...
Pretty much every phone can do factory reset while turned off, try this: Turn off the Mate. Press and hold at the same time: Volume Up + Home button + Power button, until you see Huawei logo. Then select from Recovery Mode menu “wipe data / factory reset” using Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to confirm. Select “Yes — delete all user data” to ...
I use an app called more shortcuts It enables you to make system deep shortcuts and has widget functions. Andy
Absolutely possible, I do this almost every day. You need to have an otg dongle (not just a cable) that permits adding an external power source. I use a dongle I bought on amazon for £12 and normal usb battery pack. Then I can load films onto my phone from a 2tb WD passport. Without the additional power source you are not able to read the drive as your ...
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