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First, check whether your phone supports USB OTG or not. You can do that by downloading OTG Checker apps from Play Store or can check your phone's specification manual. If it does, collect a OTG Cable and plug it into your phone's micro usb port, of course plugging a pen-drive on the other end. Now, your phone's file manager should detect it. If the stock ...
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 ...
It cannot be done. USB Devices interact with your Android phone through a protocol known as USB On-The-Go (USB-OTG for short). This protocol has to be implemented in the software (kernel) level on supported hardware. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Core does NOT have this protocol available.
According to some sources, Bluetooth dongle support was added in Android 4.2.2, and it requires some effort from the ROM developers, so it's not in every Android version. You should either ask the manufacturer for a ROM that supports BT dongles, or try to find a custom ROM like CyanogenMod for your device that has the support. Sources: Does Android 4.2.2 ...
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